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Multi-purpose Screw Oil Press

by Vivian Chen Sales Manager
Screw oil press is advanced oil processing machinery, characterized by its high oil yield with good quality, simple design and convenient operation. It can be used for squeezing various raw materials.
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Screw Oil Press Features
Reasonable and simple design;
Small size, covering little space;
Saving labor and electricity;
Easy operation and convenient maintenance
Screw Oil Press Application
Screw oil presses are more suitable for medium-sized and small-sized grain and cooking oil processing factories or specialized households. They can press particle oil materials and powder oil materials, such as rapeseeds, cotton seeds, soy beans, peanuts and sesames etc.
Screw Oil Press Working Principle
The screw oil press mainly uses the change of pressing screw pitch size and screw thread depth to reduce the volume between screw pitch and pressing chamber, the oil materials get stronger pressure gradually, thus the oil can be squeezed out of the oil materials. Meanwhile, the high pressure in the chamber and the strong friction generates high temperature, which can improve the oil yield.
Notice
The temperature of oil manufacture room should keeps between 15 to 20. If the temperature is too low, it will affect the oil yield and oil quality.
Before pressing, the oil materials' moisture content should be appropriate: peanuts with 8%11%, soy beans with 5%8%, cotton seeds with 4%6%, rape seeds with 6%8%.
After running for three to four months, the screw oil press should be for a maintenance. Lubricate the machine parts with machine oil at regular intervals.

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About Vivian Chen Advanced     Sales Manager

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Joined APSense since, May 17th, 2013, From Zhengzhou, China.

Created on May 25th 2013 05:10. Viewed 530 times.

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