Establish the cassava processing plant , include casssava starch processing plant , cassava flour plant and garri processing plant. Cassava chipper machine is used for chipping cassava into cassava chips. There are two types of cassava chipper machine, one is cassava peeling and chipping machine, another is single cassava chipper machine. Cassava chipping and peeling machine.
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It is manually operated or driven by a 3 Hp diesel or petrol engine or by electric motor. Postharvest Equipment. Diesel powered engine — 6 hp. Length — Cassava Utilization. Starch in food Starch production. Indian cassava chipping machine. IITA power chipper. Power drive:. Fuel Consumption:. Up to 1. Target client:. Small- and Medium scale commercial processors.
NCAM cassava chipper. NOVA cassava chipper. Fuel consumption:. Box , Ibadan Oyo state, Nigeria. Box , Kaduna. Box , U. Adiss Cassava Chipper. Electric motor hp, Diesel enginehp, depending the size. Production capacity:. Energy source:. Electricity, Diesel. Corn mill can be linked with grating machine, sieving machine for production of corn flour. The machine is used for chipping dry yam and cassava and milling grains. Overall dimension:.
Cost less and economical in operation and is almost maintenance free. The fingers dry 5 times fasters and preserves all chemical properties and qualities. The machine can also share engines easily with other machines such as cassava graters, dry milling machines, etc.
Post Office, Ibadan, Nigeria. NCAM manual chipper. Consists of a holding tray and hand driven disc. Fair use of the material on this website is encouraged. Short excerpts of text may be quoted provided that the source is acknowledged; however, for permission to use substantial quantities of text, or images, please contact iita-icp cgiar.
Improved Design and Fabrication of a Cassava Chipping Machine
The short shelf-life and bulkiness of cassava roots pose a great problem in transporting these roots from the farm to the market or factory sites. To overcome this difficulty in the marketing and utilization of cassava and to avoid heavy post-harvest losses, the roots need to be processed into some form of dried product with longer shelf life. The simplest and most common mode of processing cassava is the conversion of the roots into dry chips. Cassava processing into chips by traditional methods which involve the use of knife is labour-intensive but the application of improved processing technology has reduced processing time and labour and encouraged further production. An improved cassava chipping machine, with chip thickness between mm was designed to enhance the processing of cassava into chips to catalyze its drying period and preserve its nutritional value.
DEVELOPMENT OF A CASSAVA CHIPPING MACHINE