PALM OIL MILL AUTOMATED MINI COMPACT MACHINE | CLARIFIER | STRIPPER | PRESSER | SEPERATOR


Palm oil mill locally fabricated machines are found below.... Are you looking to start a palm oil mill industry in Nigeria? Are you looking for where to buy machines needed in palm oil production? Do you need a Business plan and feasibility study for palm oil mill in Nigeria? You might be searching for foreign or locally fabricated palm oil pressers, palm kernel crushers, palm oil clarifiers, palm fruit stripper, palm oil strippers, Garri crusher, or feed mill machines? Then this page is for you.


About us – We are consultants is palm oil mill business. We provided professional feasibility study and business plan for you to start up a successful palm oil mill consisting of both palm oil production and palm kernel crushing and even palm kernel oil refinery.


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Are you planning for expansion in you oil mill? Do you want to obtain a grant (loan) for your palm oil business? We can write a comprehensive proposal for you which will cover a business plan and feasibility study to enable you get your capital or expansion fund from any facility of your choice.

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We can also link you to professional palm oil machine fabricators in Nigeria (their company names and address where you can find them in different states of Nigeria).

After writing for so many customers who contacted us for a feasibility study, we became very glad to know that Nigerians are now fabricating these machines here in Nigeria and making it easy for farmer to purchase them at cheaper rates.  Thank God for Construction Companies in Nigeria. As a writer, I personally have tried to empower people with articles on agriculture so that they can help Nigeria grow.  Before anyone goes into palm oil mill, he/she should know the following:


MINI COMPACT PALM OIL MILL MACHINE 

Mini Compact Palm Oil Mill Machine

Mini Compact Palm Oil Mill Machine which delivers palm oil superior quality. The machine is of high processing efficiency, reliability, and durability equal to any large commercial palm oil mill. All this at a cost attractive to village organisations, smaller plantation owners, state and local governments, aid agencies, NGO’s, community development projects, etc. Local fabricators in Nigeria now fabricate a range of micro/mini-mills with processing capacities from 500 kg ffb/hr up to 1 to 30 tonnes ffb/hr.


COMPLETE AUTOMATIC PALM OIL MILL MACHINE



This complete automatic palm oil mill machine will deliver palm oil of superior quality, with the the machine of high processing efficiency, reliability, and durability equal to any large commercial palm oil mill. All this at a cost attractive to village organisations, smaller plantation owners, state and local governments, aid agencies, NGO’s, community development projects, etc. we also offer a range of macro/micro/mini-mills with processing capacities from 500 kg ffb/hr up to 1 to 30 tonnes ffb/hr. 

NUT FIBRE SEPARATOR 

 

The mixture of the palm nuts and fibres is obtained as by product of the palm fruit expeller. It is essential to separate palm nuts from the fibres. It is done in the motor operated machine called nut fibre separator. It is inclined cylindrical type revolving machine heaving all around suitable size screen from which fibres can escape but palm nuts cannot escape. So while travelling the mixture from upper end to lower end of the machine, all the fibres escape from the cylindrical screen while palm nuts are collected from the lower end of the nut fibre separator. Fibres are used in the boiler as fuel. Palm nuts are sold out to the palm kernel mills where they crack the palm nuts, get the palm kernels, crush the palm kernels and get the palm kernel oil. 


PALM FRUIT STRIPPER


Palm oil mills receive the palm fruits in the form of palm fruit bunches of 10 to 30 kg weight. So first operation is to separate the palm fruits from the palm bunches. Separation of palm fruits by hand is very big drudgery. The palm fruit stripper separates palm fruits from the bunch by easy mechanical process. Stripping operation is done by the beaters welded on all the four sides of revolving heavy square shaft of the stripper. When bunch is thrown on the revolving beater shaft, due to the action of beater, entire bunch is thrown up and is allowed to fall again and again on the revolving beaters. Thus palm fruits are separated and fall down through the screen which are collected by the bottom conveyor and is taken out from the outlet. Empty bunches are automatically pushed on the other end of the palm fruit stripper machine. The stripper is capable of stripping off sterilized fruits as well as non sterilized fruits effectively. Stripping capacity is 2 to 3 tonnes per hour. So one stripper can provide separated palm fruits to two palm oil expellers.

SMALL SCALE COMPACT PALM OIL MILL 


The mechanized small scale palm oil mill is designed to reduce the stress and save time and its designed and develop in appropriate technology & intermediate technology for the village industries related for basic needs of the people.

 

PALM OIL CLARIFIER 

 

The purpose of the Clarifier is to recover a maximum amount of Palm Oil (PO) from its insoluble Non-Oily Solids (NOS) and produce a finished PO that is both clean and dry. The Finished PO should have a dirt content of not more than 0.02% and a moisture content of not more than 0.01%. The Clarifier consists of an inner boiling compartment surrounded by an outer settling compartment. The PO is boiled vigorously with water before being allowed to settle in the inner compartment. Once settled it is decanted into the bottom of the outer settling compartment. From here it is allowed to overflow into a Heat Exchanger / Dryer before transferring via a Calibrated Tank to the preferred method of storage or packaging.


MECHANICAL SCREW PRESS 


Such pounded palm fruits are filled up into the perforated cylindrical cage which is put under the mechanical screw press which is operated by hand. By pressing the screw down, pressing plate under the screw goes down into the perforated cylinder cage by pressing the entire mass of palm fruits. Due to the pressure,  palm oil is liberated through the small holes around the cylindrical surface. Oil is then collected into the utensils through the bottom tray. Two cylindrical perforated cages are provided with every press so that when one is under pressure, second cage is being filled up. Each cage can take about 40 to 50 kg of palm fruits per batch. About 25 to 30% palm oil is extracted. This palm oil is traditionally used as cooking oil.


This is a list of machines in Ton/hr - Crude Palm Oil Press Project Quotation List

MACHINE NAME
MODEL
QTY
UNIT
PWR
WEIGHT
PRICE
1
Weight Bridge







FFB Scraper Conveyor







FFB Distribution Hopper







Sterilizer







Steel Structure Sterilizer







SFB Angular Scraper







Thresher







Under Thresher Conveyor







Empty Palm Fruit Bunch Scraper







Palm Fruit Elevator







Digester







Screw Press







Cake Conveyor







Crude Oil Slot







Desilting Tank







Crude Oil Vibrating Sieve







Crude Oil Tank







Crude Oil Pump







Vertical Settling Tank







Clean Oil Tank







Oil Drier







Clean Oil Centrifugal Pump







Crude Oil Storage Tank







Square Sludge Oil Settling Tank, Cap 25m3







Oil Skimmer







Sludge Oil Recycling Pump







Steam Boiler







BPV Tank







Source Water Pump







Water Storage Tank







Boiler Water Feed Tank







Diesel Generator







Diesel Tank







Valve & Pipe







Insulation







Paint







Installation Material







Total






 
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