Sesame is a seed with a high oil content and is suitable for squeezing by various oil presses. scale of some factories. Invented the Sesame Oil Press machine, also called Hydraulic Oil Press. This oil press is suitable for small-yield seeds, simple operation and relatively small area.
sesame oil press is a machine that extrudes grease from oil by raising the temperature and activating the oil molecules with the help of external mechanical forces. It is suitable for all kinds of oil crops, such as peanuts, soybeans, sesame, flaxseed and so on. The Oil Pressing Machine has high hardness and strength, strong wear resistance and long useful life. This machine is energy-saving and economic, can save 40% of electronic power and manpower. The application of our Oil Pressing Machine will increase oil yield and create more economic benefits.
The characteristics of the screw oil pressing machine oil is a continuous oil pressing equipment that uses a screw shaft to rotate and push the billet in the press cage while extruding into a cake and extruding grease. Compared with the “hydraulic press”, the characteristics are: continuous production, large processing capacity of a single machine; suitable for a variety of oils; dynamic squeezing, friction heating, short squeezing time, high oil yield; thin cakes are easy to crush; low operating intensity
(1) Sesame oil press material selection and fried seeds: choose new sesame seeds that are mature and full, with moderate dryness and wetness, first use a dustpan to remove various impurities, or rinse with water to remove floating impurities and sediment on the bottom, and then pile up stuffy Up to make it evenly draught. When frying sesame seeds, heat it up quickly. When it is almost cooked, gradually reduce the fire and accelerate the stirring to promote the release of smoke and moisture. When the sesame seeds are yellowish-brown, quickly remove them, spread them out to cool down, and shake off the scorched scum.
(2) Sesame oil press to finely grind sesame seeds: Put the fried sesame seeds on a stone mill while they are hot, or grind them on a small mill repeatedly. When grinding the sesame seeds to a thick paste, check the fineness. Use your thumb and index finger to twist the paste without leaving any residue. The finer the better. Then put the slurry in a basin, put it in a pot with boiling water and heat it on a slow fire.