Successful operation of tapioca starch processing machine
tapioca starch processing line
To make a full video about the tapica starch processing line, we bought lots of fresh tapiocas from Guangdong province, CHina. Then, we will use our own machinery to process the tapioca in to starch.
Firstly, we will introduce what is tapioca starch?
Tapioca Starch is tapioca ground into a fine flour. Tapioca is the ground root of the Cassava plant.Tapioca starch contains none of the substances that grain-based starches do which can mask tastes. It makes a very clear gel.
Commercial food processors sometimes use a tapioca starch called "native tapioca starch." This is tapioca starch that hasn't been "modified" through further processing to make it dissolve more quickly; it must be cooked. Nor does it have the same thickening power as the tapioca starch we consumers use: almost 50% more of it is needed. Food processors use native tapioca starch in thickeners, gels and as a stabilizer; it can't be used in foods that will be frozen.
Secondly, tapioca starch processing line
Cleaning-conveying-cleaning and peeling-crushing-seperating residue-refining-dewatering-aid flash drying etc.
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