1. Clean paddy after cleaning and destoningThe presence of poor-quality paddy lowers the total milling recovery. The impurities, straws, stones and small clays are all removed by cleaner and destoner, as well as those immature kernels or half-filled grains.
The flow diagram below represents the configuration and flow in a typical modern rice mill.1 - paddy is dumped in the intake pit feeding the pre-cleaner2 - pre-cleaned paddy moves to the rubber roll husker:3 - mixture of brown rice and unhusked paddy moves to the separator
From breeding, transplanting, harvesting, storage, milling to cooking, every link will affect the rice quality, taste and its nutrition. What we are going to discuss today is the effect of rice milling process on the quality of rice.After de-husking, the rice becomes brown rice.
The rice yield of rice has a great relationship with its dryness and humidity. Generally, the rice yield is about 70%. However, due to the variety and other factors are different, the specific rice yield should be determined according to the actual situation.