Starch Processing Equipment
Which starch equipment do you need?
Ultrafine air classifier
High performance classifier
Single-wheel air classifier
Fine impact mill
Ultrafine pin mill
Air classifier mill
Fine cutting mill
Flash drying system
Laboratory air jet sieve
Laboratory fine impact mill
Laboratory mill for small batches
Mobile pilot plant centrifuge
Continuous high impact mixer
Mixing and fluid bed granulation
Continuous paddle dryer
In-process weighing system for mills
Open-mouth bagging carousel for flour
Cooker for gums and jellies
Screener and separator of dry powder
High volume particles separation sieve
Compact flexible cooker for confectionery products
Starch-free depositor systems for jelly
ATEX confirmed outdoor silo for flour
Metal detector for granulated products
Anaerobic UASB wastewater treatment
Anaerobic EGSB wastewater treatment
Open mouth bagging machine
Open mouth bag filling machine for powders
Milling and drying machine for fine powders
Flash drying grinder for powders
Organic soybean feed extruder
Emulsifier and mixer for gelling agent
High Output Industrial Production Line for Gummies and Jellies
Flexible Output Line For Gummies and Jellies
Low Output Production Line for Gummies and Jellies
There is currently no equipment listed with your specified properties, but we are sure we can help you. Try us!Contact us
Tell us about your production challenge
Use specialized starch processing equipment to recover higher purity
You can obtain starch from many sources, such as corn, wheat, rice, potato, or cassava. No matter the starch source, it should be white, odorless, and tasteless. Purity is an important parameter to have competitive starch production.
You need to pre-clean, deep clean, and filter your starch using water. Separate contaminants, fibers, and contents from the starch using water and a centrifuge. The primary challenge for starch processing equipment is to reduce water consumption while increasing the purity of the final product.
An efficient hydro-cyclone system that reduces water intake while ensuring starch concentration and purity is one good solution. Another viable method is to invest in water treatment technology to recycle water.
The use of starch beyond food
Starch is widely used for many food preparations to give or control shape, body, and flavor, for example, in bakery products and the production of sausages, sweeteners, and beers.
Beyond food and beverages, starch has many uses. Pharmaceutical industries use starch to make tablets and capsules easy to dissolve. The paper and textile industry uses starch to give its products shape, thickness, and strength.
Your starch production can also be used as a biopolymer. You can make binders for constructions or plastics such as tableware, cutlery, and bags with starch constructions or plastics such as tableware, cutlery, and bags.
Cassava starch-based bags to replace single-use plastic bags
79% of all the plastic in the world is dumped in landfills or other natural environments. This is threatening animal life and polluting the planet. The alarming situation prompted many countries to pass laws restricting the consumption of single-use plastics.
A new generation of bioplastic bags is being made from cassava starch to replace petroleum-based plastics. These bags can be diluted in water or sent to compost.
You can find cassava bags mainly produced in Asia and Latin America. This new trend is spreading to other continents. Meanwhile, other starch sources are being tested and used to produce bioplastics.