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Tea Leaf Processing Drying machine

To understand what is tea leaf processing drying machine, it helps to understand how it works. A tea leaf drying machine is a machine that processes tea leaves to remove moisture. This machine has several parts that are used to produce tea leaves. The first part is the tea spatula.

The spatula reciprocates between two positions, applying mechanical force to the leaves. The second part of the tea processing drying machine is the wall of the pot.

The wall of the pot exerts reaction force to the leaves, forcing them to bend into a spherical or spiral shape.

The second part of the machine is the thermal source assembly. The thermal source assembly is a tube that is heated by electrical current.

When the temperature reaches a certain point, the tea begins to dry. It takes longer for dark tea than white tea.

A tea drying machine can be used to process both types of tea. If the tea is too green, the heating time will be longer. This machine is suitable for processing black, green, and white tea.

The fermentation stage is the most important step. This happens on controlled surfaces and helps form the taste and aroma of the tea. Once the tea is dry, it is sorted on vibrating sieves.

The meshes of these sieves vary in size, separating the tea leaves evenly. The final stage is packing the tea for auction, which is held in Cochin, Calcutta, and Colombo.

Application of

Tea Leaf Processing Drying machine

There are a variety of applications for tea leaf processing drying machines. The machine’s heat exchangers produce air temperatures of about 80degC. The leaf surface is rotated under a spinning disk to remove any remaining moisture.

The leaves are allowed to cool for 24 minutes. The second rolling process enables the remaining moisture to be distributed evenly. The machine takes about 40 minutes to complete the process.

During the second rolling step, the leaves are placed under a rotating disk. A spinning pedal located inside the revolving drum helps to ensure that the leaves remain at the same moisture level.

The next step is a process that allows the tea leaves to be rolled into small strips. This is done either by hand or with the help of a machine that presses the leaves in a circular motion. The process reduces the moisture content of the leaves to five percent.

This allows the leaves to be stored for a long time and draws out their characteristic aroma. Tea leaves that have been rolled into strips can take three to ten hours to dry by hand.

The final step is the production of the finished product. To achieve this, the tea leaves must be processed through several steps. After they have been sorted by shape, size, and cleanliness, a special machine will be used to grade the leaves.

The tea leaves are dried by a combination of centrifugal force applied by the spatula and various squeezing forces from the wall of the pot. Finally, the tea leaves are packaged for sale in retail shops.

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Features of

Tea Leaf Processing Drying machine

A tea leaf processing drying machine can be used for a variety of applications. Tea leaves are first withered and rolled before being exposed to high-temperature drying methods. These methods typically range from sun-drying to pan-fired or baked.

The oxidation process helps tea leaves acquire their distinctive taste and aroma by reacting with oxygen. This process is also known as fermentation, and it determines how strong a tea will be.

After drying, the tea leaves are rolled either by hand or with the use of a rolling machine. The rolling action forces the tea leaves to curl around themselves and makes them look a bit wrinkled.

Most commonly used rolling machines are large circular rotators that press the leaves against grooved wooden plates. They can process 25kg of leaves at a time, and their action releases the essential oils and sap that enhance the taste.

Before the advent of modern machines, the process of withering was done manually using sheets and bamboo mats. However, withering is now commonly done in factories, and the leaves are spread evenly in a grid.

Withering troughs are usually 25-30 metres long and are aerated from all directions. The process may take several hours or a whole day, depending on the humidity and ambient temperature.

The drying process for black tea uses halogen lamps. This method produces leaves with a higher level of antioxidants than oven drying does. Moreover, the longer the leaves are exposed to heat, the lower the antioxidant levels.

Further study in food-related fields is needed to understand how SHS drying affects the leaves’ antioxidant content. One of the most effective ways of drying black tea is to use a halogen lamp-microwave drying machine.

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Package&Transportation of

Tea Leaf Processing Drying machine

The Ainuok Tea Leaf Processing Drying Machine has two layers of packaging.

The first layer is a plastic film. It mainly plays the role of waterproof and moisture-proof.

This can avoid the rusting of the wrought iron parts of the machine due to rain, sea spray, etc. during transportation.

The second layer is packed in wooden boxes. The wooden boxes are free of fumigation, and there is no danger of moths. It is safe to pass through customs.

The thickness of the wooden box is 1-3 cm. It is strong and anti-collision. The wooden box can protect the safety of the Tea Leaf Processing Drying Machine in all aspects.

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