What steps are involved in the basic rice milling process?
Rice is the staple food of 65% of India’s population. The original form of rice cannot be eaten by humans. It needs proper treatment to get rice. Rice mill is a process that can help remove rice husks and grains to produce polished rice. Rice is rice. The basic primary processed products produced have been further processed to obtain various secondary and tertiary products. The basic rice milling process includes the following processes.
Pre-cleaning: remove all impurities and unfilled grains from rice.
rice destoner machine: Use a stone machine to separate the small stones from the rice.
Cooked (optional): Improves nutritional quality by gelatinization of starch in the grain. Increased milling recovery in off-line and polishing/whitening operations.
Shelling: remove the rice husk.
Crust vacuum: Separate the chaff from brown rice/hulled rice.
Rice separation: Separating unhulled rice from brown rice.
Whitening: Remove all or part of the bran and germ from brown rice.
Polishing: Improves the appearance of the milled rice by removing the remaining bran particles and polishing the surface of the kernel.
Length classification: Separate small and large cloths from rice.