How is tapioca flour made?

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As China's tapioca flour production technology continues to enhance, the mode of how is tapioca flour made has been produced by small-scale production in the past, turning to scale and mechanization. China's starch production and manufacturing technology is also maturing. Mainly reflected in the following aspects:

1. Tapioca flour equipment manufactured is efficient, reliable and energy-saving.

2, The powerful adaptability can support 35 tons to 400 tons of production line of how is tapioca flour made.

3, the manufacturing cost is small. Compared with similar imported products, its cost is only 1/2 to 1/4 of the imported products. And the sex ratio is elevated.

Due to the above advantages, the processing of how is tapioca flour made in China has not only was recognized by the majority of tapioca flour manufacturers, but also has certain competitive power in the international market.

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On the follow is the answer of how is tapioca flour made:

1. Using fresh tapioca as raw material:


2, using dried tapioca as raw material:

Cleaning→disintegration→soaking→secondary disintegration→sieving→de-sanding→refining→bleaching→concentration→dehydration→drying→packaging→in stock

After many years of production practice, our production process route of how is tapioca flour made has compact equipment, small footprint, low energy consumption, good quality of starch products, and mechanization of operation, superior production efficiency.

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In some African countries, the loss of grain during threshing, drying and transportation amounts to 15%, it is far exceeding the 5% standard set by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. Among these losses, the climate is humid and the wet valley is too late to dry or Up to 5% of food that has not achieved the level of mildew caused by safe moisture. The way to decrease to loss rate of how is tapioca flour made is a deep process of the raw material into economic crop production.

There are currently three characteristics of cassava planting areas in many countries:

1. The amount of crop dryer is low

2. The efficiency of the dryer is affected by climatic conditions

3. High drying costs

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Although the target market for how is tapioca flour made definitely clear, its promotion and application have significant resistance. The main factors are as follows:

(1) High investment costs. Investment costs mainly include the source of raw materials, investment in equipment of how is tapioca flour made and other necessary processing costs, such as steam, water, electricity, land and labor used. The investment in the tapioca starch project is generally relatively large, which is the main reason why many investors are “obsessed”. (2) Investors lack awareness of the equipment of how is tapioca flour made. Mainly due to the lack of technical knowledge, the evaluation of the project before investment is long.

(3) The sales channels of tapioca starch products are not smooth, and it is likewise a key factor. Countless investors have concerns about the sale of starch products when they choose projects.

(4) A considerable number of manufacturers pay insufficient attention to the improvement of the technology how is tapioca flour made. The gap between equipment performance and processing technology and the world's advanced level is substantial, which has caused most investors to use the world's advanced equipment to reduce the risk of investment. This has been successful even more difficult for the market development of intermediate level equipment.

(5) The manufacturer of tapioca flour equipment has insufficient research on the target market, which has made its market entry difficult.

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