Under normal circumstances, many customers know to ask about refining. Whether it is a large oil mill or a small oil mill, they are more enthusiastic about this. Some customers of Type 100 oil pressing equipment ask me which type of refiner should I use. Whenever I encounter such a customer manufacturer, it is a headache, because the 100 type machine can handle up to 1.5 tons of material per day, and it is calculated based on the peanut oil output. It’s a little more than half a ton, and you have to know that the minimum output of refining equipment is more than 1 ton.

In addition, some customers invest in the refining line at one time and buy all the equipment at once. When purchasing the refining line, it must be noted that if the oil extraction line is 5 tons, the maximum output of the refining line is 2.5 tons. Crude oil output and refining output are generally one-half of the amount, or less, because we cannot squeeze all the raw materials into oil at a ratio of 1.1. This is a problem to pay attention to, especially if a novice is just entering the industry, he must know whether his situation is suitable for the refining line.
Also note that the better the refining line is, the more work sections there are. This is not necessary. This must be explained clearly to everyone so as not to spend more money. Different edible oils require different refining stages. For example, peanut oil can directly become national first-class oil as long as it is decolorized and deodorized, while rapeseed must undergo another dephosphorization and degreasing. Cottonseed oil needs to be de-molded, corn oil only needs to be decolorized, sugared and degummed. Different oil treatment methods are different, and some sections are meaningless. When purchasing a full set of oil extraction equipment and refining equipment, we must understand our purpose and come up with a procurement plan that suits our production needs.