We always say that after the cassava starch is processed, the product quality is not good, either the yield is low or the quality is poor. Among the various factors that affect the quality of starch processing, except for the starch processing raw materials-different cassava varieties, and the cassava starch used In addition to the various numerical differences caused by different types of production and processing technology and starch processing equipment, there are actually two other things that should be paid attention to. They are the reasonable planning of the production workshop and the correct operation and use of starch processing equipment. These two points are in the transportation of cassava raw materials. And the cleaning section should also pay special attention.
Cassava feeding methods used by users in different regions may be different.
1. Keep the material flow channel free of foreign sewage, sludge and other foreign pollutants, thoroughly clean the accumulated sediment and debris at least every week, add disinfectant to disinfect if necessary, and replace the flow water at least once a week.
2. To replace the storage tank, close the water inlet valve and isolation plate in the tank to avoid accumulation of water in the bottom of the storage tank that has not started to discharge.
3. The unloading personnel should clean up the net bags, ropes and other sundries found in the pool in time to avoid blockage of the flow ditch.
It is normal for different cleaning equipment and methods to have differences.
1. The cleaning worker should clean up the sand, rope, and debris in the cleaning links such as the feeding port, the cleaning machine conveyor belt, and the stone removal machine in time to prevent foreign objects from entering the production line to damage the machinery and equipment and affect the cleaning effect.
2. The cassava starch processing should ensure the cleanliness of the cleaning water, the amount of water supplied, the pressure of the washing machine's spray water, the flow and other control parameters, and timely check whether the cleaned cassava transported up is clean and there are no debris.
3. Ensure that there is no accumulation of rotten cassava raw materials, sewage, potato residues and other perishable debris in the tapioca starch processing and cleaning workshop to avoid cross-contamination; fly-killing lamps and screen windows at entrances such as doors and windows must be effectively protected to avoid mosquitoes, flies, and flying insects enter the workshop.
4. The raw material storage bins for cassava starch processing should be reasonably in place to avoid the occurrence of empty bins. The storage bins should be thoroughly discharged and cleaned during weekly cleaning to avoid long-term accumulation of cassava.