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Coconut Oil Pressing Line Main ProcessNowadays, the process of coconut oil pressing is done by pressing copra to produce coconut oil (70%); the by-product is known as copra oil cake or copra oil meal (30%). The main process includes copra cleaning, cooking, copra pressing and filtering. If you are using an integrated oil press then you do not need the filter press.
Coconut Oil Pressing Line Main Machines
Net Weight: 300KG
Net Weight: 160KG
|Oil Filter Press|
Working Pressure: 0.3-0.4MPa
Net Weight: 200KGS
|Screw Oil Press|
Power: 7.5KW & 15HP
Outside Size: 1910*610*765mm
|Integrated Oil Press|
Outside Size: 2270x750x1820mm
Features of Coconut Oil Pressing Line
Coconut Oil and Coconut Oil Meal
Coconut oil is commonly applied in cooking, especially for frying and is a common flavor in many South Asian areas. It was represented in a New York Times article as having a haunting, nutty,flavor that also has a feel of sweetness.
Coconut oil can be extracted using either mechanical presses, or solvents (hexane). Mechanical pressed copra meal is of higher feeding value, because it contains typically 8-12% oil, whereas the solvent extracted copra meal contains only 2-4% oil. Premium quality copra oil meal can also contain 20-22% crude protein, and <20ppb aflatoxin.Coconut oil can be used as a skin moisturizing, helping with dry skin and prevents protein loss when used in hair.
Copra oil meal is used as forage for horses and cattle. Its high oil levels and protein are fattening for livestock. The protein in copra oil meal has been heat treated and provides a source of high quality protein for cattle, sheep and deer, because it does not break down in the rumen. High quality copra oil meal contains <12% non structural carbohydrate (NSC) which makes this product well suited for feeding to all horses that are inclined to ulcers, insulin resistance, colic, tying up, and acidosis.