A rice bran oil processing plant is a facility where rice bran oil is extracted from the germ and inner husk (bran) of rice and then refined for human consumption. The processing of rice bran oil involves a series of steps including pretreatment, extraction, and refining.
The plant includes three main workshops:
1. Rice Bran Pretreatment & Expanding Workshop: The rice bran goes through cleaning to remove impurities. Then, it’s separated from broken rice and whole rice. This process ensures normal operation of the plant, reduces residual oil rate in the meal, reduces solvent consumption, and increases the oil yield.
2. Rice Bran Oil Solvent Extraction Workshop: The plant uses expansion technology to make the rice bran into porous expanded pellets, which improves solvent permeability and increases extraction efficiency. It adopts a negative pressure evaporating system and mineral oil system, having the features of saving energy and good crude oil quality.
3. Rice Bran Oil Refining Workshop: The refinery plant adopts physical deacidification and deodorization technology, having high refining yield and the oil obtained has shallow color and good quality.
Overall, the rice bran oil processing plant adopts advanced technology to ensure efficient extraction and refining processes, resulting in high-quality rice bran oil.