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Moringa Seed Drying Process


Moringa seeds are the seeds of the Moringa tree. Moringa tree is a perennial tropical, Yunnan Moringa seed, subtropical deciduous tree. It belongs to the genus Moringa of the family Moringa. It originated in India and has a history of more than one thousand years. It is planted in Africa and tropical and subtropical regions of the world. . The specific drying process of Moringa seeds is as follows:

Moringa seed drying process

Step 1: Moringa seeds are picked and loaded into the material tray. The 7P integrated dehumidification heat pump dryer is equipped with a polyurethane drying room with a length of 5.5 meters, a length of 3 meters, a width of 2.2 meters and a height of 10 cm. It is equipped with 6 material vehicles, and each vehicle is equipped with 12 materials. Trays, each tray can hold 20 catties of Moringa seeds at a time, each cart can hold 240 catties, and a batch of 1,500 catties in total.

The second step: Moringa seeds need to pay attention to the drying time and drying temperature. The batch drying time of Moringa seeds is 18-20 hours, and the drying temperature is controlled at 60-65 degrees Celsius. Moringa seeds are dried until the moisture content is about 10-12%

Drying Analysis of Moringa Seeds

Nutrients: Use an air dryer to dry Moringa leaves and seeds. Because the drying process is relatively mild and the temperature is only between 50-60 degrees, the content of mineral elements, protein and crude fat is average. will not be affected.

Energy saving: The Moringa seed dryer system consumes 8 degrees of electricity per hour, and the total power consumption is 152 degrees. The electricity fee is calculated at 1 yuan per kilowatt-hour, and the drying cost of Moringa seeds per catty is 0.12 RMB.

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