FLOUR PROCESSING MACHINES

The flour processing machines are exclusively used for secondary processing of millets, pulses and spices. These machineries form the basis for bringing out a consumable value addedproduct.

The following machines fall into the flour processing category:

  • Roaster – It is of uruli drum type roaster in which the drum is rotated with the help of a 0.5 HP motor and roasting part requires LPG connection. The principle of heating with aLPG brings out uniform heating than using heaters along with the drum.Any sort of value addition is incomplete without using roaster. The moisture content has to be removed to improve the shelf life of the product. Hence roasting is very essential. The capacities available are of 15 kg/batch and 25 kg/batch. The batch time required for roasting may vary based on the grain which is been roasted.
  • Pulveriser – The next step involved is grinding into dry powder form. The rough flour and powdered form flours serves purpose of value addition further to turn into a health mix or rava making or flakes making by using the respective machinery. Single stage, double stage and multi mill type pulverisers are available.
  • Flour Sifter – It is used for sieving the grinded flour (powdered form) and get a very fine powder and hence can be directly packed. Screening of flours is an essential step because, the fine powder, partial grinder powders are mixed together. In order to separate and obtain fine powder, flour sifting is important. Different mesh sizes are available to get fine to the finest flour.
  • Flour Blender – It is used for blending different flours together. The blending is essential to bring out a product out of two or three flours together with different ratio. The nutritional benefits of blended flours are relatively higher than consuming one form of flour.

Setting up of flour processing machinery unit is a blooming industry and is suitable to carry out by anyone by just buying the raw material from the retailer. It would be beneficial if the flour processing machineriesare clubbed together with the primary processing machineries of millets. Both primary millet processing and flour processing are stand alone industry. Either of the two industry are profitable ventures. Combination of both yields higher profits.

PULVERIZER MACHINE MANUFACTURERS

The secondary process of millet processing includes pulverizing or grinding millets into powder form for converting it into a flour for human consumption. Also, the rough form or partially grinded millets such as jowar, and bajra are used for animal feed applications too. Hence the role of pulverizer machine plays an important role. The pulveriser machine(s) are suitable for all types of millets, pulses and spices grinding.
We manufacture pulveriser machine(s) of varying capacity and meet the requirement of industrialist who use it not only for millet based foods, also for other flour grinding.

The pulveriser machine(s) manufactured by us fall into the following category such as follows:

  • Single Stage Pulveriser : 20kg/h; 40 kg/h; and 75kg/h
  • Double Stage Pulveriser : 100kg/h and 200 kg/h
  • Multi Mill : 35kg/h

The single stage pulveriser is used for grinding into rough powder form and used for making animal feed out of jowar and bajra.
The double stage pulveriser is used for grinding into powder form flours. In this pulveriser machine, there are two grinding chambers one after the other which aids in getting powder form. Whereas, the single stage pulveriser has only one grinding chamber.
The Multi Mill contains two separate chambers for feeding and converting it into flours. A single 10 HP three phase electric motor is given a common drive to run the chambers. The advantage of using this pulveriser machine is that the cleaning process is made simple and the fragrances of flours are not blended.

PULVERIZER – Single Stage

This machine is for pulverizing food grains into fine powder which can be shifted, blended and/or roasted then packaged and can be sold directly in the market. It is suitable for all kind of grains including but not limited to millets, rice, pulses, cereals, etc.

Varients:

  • 20 kg/h
  • 30 kg/h
  • 50 kg/h
  • 75 kg/h
  • 100 kg/h
  • 150 kg/h
  • 200 kg/h

PULVERIZER – Double Stage

This is similar to the single stage pulveriser but it comes with an additional chamber to pulverise the grain into much finer particle.

Varients:

  • 30 kg/h
  • 50 kg/h
  • 75 kg/h
  • 100 kg/h
  • 150 kg/h
  • 200 kg/h

PULVERIZER – Hammer Type with Cyclone and Airlock

Hammer type pulveriser is a heavy duty machine which comes with a blower for sucking the flour and blowing into a pipeline followed by an cyclone and airlock to remove air and separate the flour respectively.

Varients:

  • 200 kg/h
  • 300 kg/h
  • 500 kg/h
  • 1000 kg/h

PULVERIZER – Multi Mill

A twin double stage pulveriser mounted on a single frame and run using a single motor in which one can be used for flour processing and the other can be used for chilli / masala processing

Varients:

  • 50 kg/h

FLOUR SIFTER

This machine is best suited for sieving the flour into different grades – Coarse and Fine. All food contact parts are made out of food grade stainless steel.

Varients:

  • 100 kg/h
  • 400 kg/h
  • 750 kg/h

FLOUR BLENDER

This machine is best suited for blending the flour to the required proportions into a homogeneous mixture for the best output possible. It has provision for removal of mixed flour without wastage. This machine can be made either in Mild Steel or in Stainless Steel.

Varients:

  • 25 kg/h
  • 50 kg/h
  • 100 kg/h
  • 250 kg/h
  • 500 kg/h
  • 1000 kg/h

FLOUR ROASTER

Roaster is used for roasting the flour to the required residual moisture content in the flour. The moving parts are covered for the safety of the operator. It conveniently works with LPG for heating and Electric motor for rotation.

Varients:

  • 15 kg/batch
  • 25 kg/batch
  • 60 kg/batch
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