Cassava starch sits dormant to be a direct food and food ingredients. Most are black Africans take in the staple food, cassava starch, cassava is a purified fiber and protein inside tapioca, remove impurities, leaving only widely used in the textile, paper, chemical, pharmaceutical and other starch materials.
Tapioca total processing line roughly split into: washing, grinding, dehydration, drying, packaging. Every one of the partial correlation, to finish the making process can be automated.
Cleanup to miscellaneous fresh cassava - are sent to a specialized grinding mill - pulverized pulp is further dewatered - dried material is filtered through - - product packaging shipped to the drying device.
Scope: potatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, arrowroot recoveries more than 4-6%, lower than two-thirds of waste water, less water, reduce waste; flour yield, high stability, individual investors and the general overall starch extraction invest more than 85%.
Cassava is probably among the world's three major potato, widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions. In the tropical parts of South Asia, it is second only to rice, cassava, sweet potato, sugar cane and corn fifth largest crop. It is distributed in the crop, an important role in the production of animal feed, industrial applications, is becoming a widely grown mainly starch processing
and fodder crops.
Cassava is Euphorbiaceae cassava tubers, cassava root is conical, cylindrical or spindle-shaped, fleshy, rich in starch. Quality cassava flour, edible, or production of alcohol, fructose, glucose, and other industries. All parts including cassava cyanogenic glycosides, fresh potato toxic, fleshy part subject to blisters, consumer and other sound processing before drying. Due to perishable fresh potato processing into starch asap after the general harvest, dry sheet, dry potato and also other grains. The two main main cassava: bitter cassava (dedicated to producing manioc flour) and sweet cassava (method similar edible potatoes). Processed food, one of the many food for local residents.