Grains, pulse processing machine

Grains, pulses, Processing Machine


Jas enterprise is the name giving full emphasis on nutrition, quality, health and most importantly customer satisfaction. We have the most efficient pulses processing plant with latest technology machines and professionally qualified personnel to provide you with the most nutritious pulsess processing plants. The prices at which we give our nutritious pulsess processing plants are very reasonable. This helps one to easily avail our healthy pulsess that are a result of our dedicated work and precise techniques.
Any Indian cuisine cannot be imagined without pulsess. pulsess are one of the highly consumed eatables in India. This is accredited to its palatability and nutritious quality. pulsess are the major source of proteins in one's diet. Hence, they are a must for people of all ages, are especially children in order to attain optimum growth.

Although dal generally refers to split pulsess, whole pulsess are known as sabùt dals and split pulsess as dhuli dals. The hulling of a pulses is intended to improve digestibility and palatability, but as with milling of whole grains into refined grains, affects the nutrition provided by the dish, reducing dietary fiber content. pulsess with their outer hull intact are also quite popular in India and Pakistan as the main cuisine. Over 50 different varieties of pulsess are known in India and Pakistan.

Jas mini dal mill are mostly known as dal mill projects, dal mill plant, mini dal mill, dal mill machinery, dall mill, dal mill machine, High Tech Mini Dal Mill or "semi automatic mini dal mill".

Mini Dal Mill


pulsess are basically grain legumes. They occupy an important place in human nutrition due to their high protein content than cereal grains. In Indian dietary regime it occupies an important place. Since majority of Indians are vegetarians, they depend largely on grain legumes (pulsess) for their dietary protein. Legumes contribute a major portion of lysine in the vegetarian diet. They are also a fairly good source of vitamins like thiamine, machine, riboflavin and much needed iron. Therefore its quality availability to the common man is a major challenge. Since recovery was poor in traditional technologies, adoption of modern technology will go a long way in meeting the need of the common man.
Jas enterprise offer mini dal mill machine. This mini dal mill is simple in construction and easy to operate, maintain and available at very low cost. Mini dal mill machinery consist of horizontal tapered roller is covered with emery coating, surrounded by a screen through which the husk is discharged. The shelled pulsess are passes through an aspirating fan on the oscillating sieve unit, where appropriate grading of pulsess is done. It is run by automatic arrangement are made for collection of de husked and split pulsess, un husked and split pulsess, un de husked pulsess, broken, husk in separate containers and bags. This machine offers dust free operation, does not cause pollution, retains proteins, natural shine et cetera.

Advantage and Special Feature of Mini dal mill

  • Suitable for processing of all types of pulsess
  • Easy to operate
  • Operates by electric motor / oil engine
  • Recovery of head pulsess - 78% to 80%
  • Recovery of broken - 1 to 3%
  • De husks and splits almost all pulsess retains proteins and natural shine
  • Special provision for bangle gram (Chana, chickpeas) by stone chakki for de husking and splitting.
  • Automatic arrangement of collecting of the following in separate containers and bag de husked and split pulsess
    • Un husked pulsess
    • Broken
    • Husk
  • Pollution free operation
  • Compact size

Construction of Dal Milling (pulses Milling)

This mini dal mill is simple in construction and easy to operate and maintains. It has been developed for de husking and splitting of food legumes viz. Pigeon pea gram and black gram. It consists of horizontal tapered roller the roller is covered with emery coating surrounded by screen through which husk powder is discharged. The shelled dals pass through aspirating fan on oscillating sieve unit where appropriate grading of dals is done.
The vibratory sieves are provided with different size holes to match the requirements of the type of dal being processed. The vibration are included a cam operated link which is mounted on a counter shaft (motor derived shaft) with this mini dal mill Jas enterprise is provided paddle type screw mixer in all mild steel construction with worm shaft.

Process of Dal Milling ( pulses Milling )

Basic processes in dal milling are cleaning, grading, conditioning, de husking, splitting, and separation, polishing and bagging. Major variation is involved with de husking process only. Sometimes linseed oil is also used during dry milling operation to impart shine or better appeal to the milled dal.
The removal of the outer layer of husk and splitting the grain into two equal halves is known as milling of pulsess. To facilitate de husking and splitting of pulsess alternate wetting and drying method is used.

Flow diagram for milling of pulsess

pulsess

Cleaning, chaffs, dirt, etc.

Pitting

Pretreatment with Linseed Oil

Conditioning

De husking and splitting mixture of husk, small broken and powder

Grading

Polishing

Grade I pulsess

Description of various Mini dal mill's Unit of Operations:

Cleaning and grading:

This unit consists of a vibratory inclined sieve, hopper, grain collector, waste collector and motor. The vibratory sieves are providing with different size holes to match the requirements of the type of dal being process. The vibrations are inducing by a cam-operated link, which is mounts on a motor driven shaft.

Pitting of dalls:

An emery roller machine is used for cracking the husk layer and for scratching of clean pulsess passing through it. This is done for loosening the husk from sticking to the cotyledons in order to facilitate subsequent oil penetration in the following unit operations. Gradually the clearance between the emery roller and cage (housing) is narrowed from inlet to outlet. Cracking and scratching of husk takes place mainly by friction between pulsess and emery as the material is passed through the narrowing clearance. During the operation some of the pulsess are de husked and split which are separated by sieving.

Pretreatment with oil and water:

A screw conveyor allows passing the scratched or pitted material through it and mixing of some edible oil like linseed oil is complete. The linseed oil is use at the rate of 1.5 to 2.5 kg/tones of pulsess (please refer our guideline for lintel). These are keeping on floors as required to diffuse the oil.

De-husking and splitting of dal:

For de husking of conditioned pulsess emery stone coated emery rollers are used. In one pass about 50-75% of pulsess are de husked. De husked pulsess are split into two parts. De husked split pulsess are separated by sieving and the husk is aspirated off. Anti shoplifting pulsess and tail pulsess are again de husked and milled in a similar way. For complete de husking and splitting the whole process is repeated two to three times.

Pre milling of dals:

To obtain best results during de-husking and splitting of pulsess in the pulses de husking machine in Jas brand mini dal mills, latest model improved version, pre milling including grading of pulsess size wise is very essential.
The raw pulsess are first clean of dust, chaff, stones and other extraneous materials. Sieves grade cleaned pulsess or pulsess graded and soaked in water in cement's tanks having 6" depth. Height of pulsess soaked is 5" and the water level should be 1" above the pulsess.
Soak pulsess are taken out of the water after specific time and put on the sieve. Swollen pulsess which do not pass through sieve (from which un-swollen pulsess earlier passed through the same) are ready for heaping in shade whereas the pulsess which pass through the same sieves. Then these pulsess are ready for heaping in shade. Degree of happing of swollen pulsess in shade should be 30 to 40. This process should be continuing until the pulsess are swill to the desired extent.
There after the pulsess are in thin layers in the open sun drying. Duration of sun drying of pulsess vary according to weather condition prevailing at the time of processing.
After sun drying, the pulsess are again heap in shade so moisture contents in the pulsess may become uniform as need in them for de-husking.
Then the pulses are graded again fed in to the pulses de husking machine in Jas mini dal mill in graded lots to achieve he best results with minimum brokenness.
For the guidance of the entrepreneurs, the process of details of pre-milling of pulsess after proper cleaning is show here after in a tabulated chart.
Note: -

  • Period of soaking in water will vary according to weather condition and quality of pulsess.
  • Duration of sun drying will vary according to weather condition.
  • pulsess should not be warm at the time of De-husking/splitting.
  • pulsess should be de-husk and split in graded lots only.
  • pulsess shown at one and two must be dry within 3 days to get better results. Their processing in any season should be avoiding.
  • The de-husked pulsess mixed with the un-husked pulsess and the husks are again de-husked in the Jas brand mini Dal mill as usual. In second pass all, the pulsess are de-husked.

Application of Jas brand mini dal mill

Our mini dal mill can produce almost all dals like Bengal gram (The chickpea {Cicer arietinum } (also garbanzo bean Indian pea ceci bean ) pigeon pea, also known as toor dāl or arhar dāl (India), Congo pea or gungo pea (in Jamaica), Pois Congo (in Haiti), gandul (in Puerto Rico), gunga pea, or no-eye pea, Masoor { lentil ( Lens culinaris )}, Khesari, Matar (Peas), Soya bean, Vigna mungo, known as Urad, urad dal, udad dal, urd bean, urd, urid, black matpe bean, black gram, black lentil, maas (in Nepali), đậu đen (Vietnamese, literally: black bean) or white lentil, is a bean grown in southern Asia. Green Gram (Moong, Mung beans), Moth Beans, etc...

PROCESS DETAILS OF PRE MILLING OF pulsesS

Sr. No. Name(s) Of pulsess Pretreatment with Oil Period of heaping in shade Duration of sun drying Period of heaping in shade Percentage of moisture for splitting needed for splitting and De-husking Size grinding for
De-husking and splitting Splitting only
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
1. Bengal Grams (Chana) (chick-pea) Soaking in water for 30 to 40 minutes 1 Hour. 2 to 3 days 6 to 8 hours. 10 to 12% Needed No needed
2. Arhar/Toor/ pigeon peas/ red grams Soaking in water for 60 to 90 minutes 3 Hour. 2 to 3 days 6 to 8 hours. 11 to 12% Needed No needed
3a. Masoor (lentil)
Fresh crop before rains
Lost of 100 kg. Of pulsess to be mixed in 5 kg. of water To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
3b. Masoor (lentil)
Fresh crop after rains
To Sprinkle water to get the desired moisture To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to12% Needed No needed
4a. KHESARI fresh crop before rains Lot of 100 kg. Of pulsess to be mixed in 5 kg. of water To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
4b. KHESARI fresh crop After rains To Sprinkle water to get the desired moisture To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
5a. Mung (Green Grams) fresh crop before rains Lot of 100 kg. Of pulsess to be mixed in 5 kg. of water To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
5b. Mung (Green Grams) fresh crop After rains To Sprinkle water to get the desired moisture To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
6a. Urid (Black Grams) fresh crops before rains Lot of 100 kg. Of pulsess to be mixed in 5 kg. of water To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed No needed
6b. Urid (Black Grams) fresh crops after rains To Sprinkle water to get the desired moisture To be kept for 10 to 11 hours under dry sacks No needed No needed 10 to 12% Needed Needed

Further process details of pulsess at sr. nos. 5a, 5b, 6a and 6b Moong (Green Grams) and Urid (Black Grams)

Oil treatment Period heaping in shade Sun drying Heaping in shade De-husking
10 11 12 13 14
100 Kg.(220.462 lb.) of split pulsess to be massaged by 200 Grams of edible oil, grade wise 5 to 6 hours 2 to 4 days 6 to 7 hours Needed

Standard accessories of Mini Dal Mill machinery ( pulses Mill )

  • Motor Pulley.
  • Adjustable rail for fixing motor.

Extra Accessories Of Mini Dal Mill

  • Suitable 4 pole totally enclosed fan cooled three phase or Single Phase Sq. cage motor {Electricity (Special power can be accommodated): 220/380/415 Volts, 50/60 Hz , 3 Phase }
  • Suitable miniature circuit breaker as per IS: 8828 with 3 meter cable and 3 pin top for single Phase Electric Motors. or starters, ampere meter, capacitor for three phase electric Motor.
  • foundation bolts
  • V Belts
  • Magnetic Hopper
  • "Jas" Brand Dal ( pulses ) Polisher Machine

De husking and splitting of per-conditioned pulsess per hour

Sr. No. Name of pulsess Capacity in Kg/Hr.
JAS-MDM-6265 JAS-MDM-6565
1. Gram (Channa), Bokla 90 to 120 200 to 210
2. Khesari, Matar (Peas), Soyabean 90 to 100 175 to 200
3. Pigeon Pea (Red Grams,Arhar, Toor dal) 70 to 80 175 to 190
4. lentil (Masoor) 100 to 125 250 to 300
5. Black Gram (Urad) 60 to 80 150 to 200
6. Green Gram (Moong, Mung beans), Moth Bean 60 - 80 150 to 200
Required HP (kW) 2 HP (1.5kW) 5 HP (3.75 kW)
Required Space 165 cm (length) X 90 cm (Width) X 135 cm (Hight) 214 cm (length) X 122 cm (Width) X 175 cm (Hight)
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