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Mango Pulp Processing Machine

Mango Pulp Processing Machine
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Approx. Rs 20 Lakh / Piece
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Capacity500 kg
Automation GradeAutomatic
Material of ConstructionSS 304
End PackagingCanned
End ProductPulp/Puree
Also Suitable forTomato
Brix RangeAs per Client
Area Requirement5000 sq feet
Power Consumption50 KW
Scope of SupplyUnder 30 Days
Installation & CommissioningUnder 10 Days
Operating Voltage350 V
Country of OriginMade in India

Mango Pulp Processing Machine

The processing of mango pulp involves several steps, and various machines are used to carry out these processes efficiently. Here is an overview of the typical machines used in mango pulp processing:

  1. Sorting and Washing Machine

  • Purpose: Removes impurities, foreign materials, and defective mangoes.

  • Description: This machine typically includes a conveyor belt where mangoes are manually or mechanically placed. The conveyor moves the mangoes through a water bath or spray system for cleaning.

  1. Peeling Machine

  • Purpose: Removes the skin from the mangoes.

  • Description: Mangoes are fed into the machine, where blades or rollers peel off the skin. The peeled mangoes are then discharged for further processing.

  1. Destoning Machine

  • Purpose: Removes the mango seed or stone.

  • Description: Mangoes, after peeling, are passed through a destoning machine, which uses blades or a cutter to separate the pulp from the seed.

       4.Pulping Machine

  • Purpose: Extracts the pulp from mangoes.

  • Description: Mango halves or chunks are fed into a pulping machine, where the pulp is separated from the skin and fibrous parts. The resulting mango pulp is collected for further processing.

      5.Refining Machine

  • Purpose: Refines the extracted mango pulp to achieve a smoother texture.

  • Description: The mango pulp undergoes a refining process to remove any remaining fibers, lumps, or coarse particles. This improves the consistency and quality of the pulp.

      6.Pasteurization Machine

  • Purpose: Heats the mango pulp to eliminate harmful microorganisms and enzymes, extending shelf life.

  • Description: The mango pulp is heated to a specific temperature for a set duration in a pasteurization machine. It is then rapidly cooled to prevent overcooking.

      7.Filling and Packaging Machine

  • Purpose: Fills mango pulp into containers and seals them for distribution.

  • Description: The pasteurized mango pulp is filled into jars, cans, or other packaging materials using a filling machine. The containers are sealed to maintain product freshness.

       8.Canning Machine (Optional)

  • Purpose: Used for canning mango pulp for longer shelf life.

  • Description: If the mango pulp is intended for canned products, a canning machine may be used to fill and seal cans under sterile conditions.

       9.Storage and Cooling Equipment

  • Purpose: Stores and cools the packaged mango pulp.

  • Description: After packaging, the containers of mango pulp are moved to storage and cooling facilities to maintain product quality and extend shelf life.

       10.Quality Control Equipment

  • Purpose: Monitors and ensures the quality of the mango pulp.

  • Description: Various equipment, such as sensors and monitors, may be used to assess factors like color, texture, and microbial content to ensure the final product meets quality standards.

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  • Item Code: 1212454
  • Production Capacity: 10
  • Delivery Time: 30 Days
  • Packaging Details: Wooden packaging / Shrink Wrap
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Garlic Paste Making Machine Production Plant

Garlic Paste Making Machine Production Plant
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Capacity200 kg / hr
Operation ModeAutomatic
TypeBatch Type
Automation GradeSemi Automatic
Material of ConstructionStainless Steel
Power3 Phase
Also Suitable forGarlic, Tomato
Quantity Per Pack1
Is It ISO CertifiedISO Certified
Country of OriginMade in India

Garlic Paste Making Machine Production Plant-The production of garlic paste involves several steps, and specialized machinery is oft en employed to automate and streamline the process. Below is an outline of the key steps and the types of machines commonly used in a garlic paste making producti on plant:

● Cleaning and Sorting:Garlic bulbs need to be thoroughly cleaned and sorted before processing. This step might involve machines such as rotary drum washers, air blowers, and sorting conveyors.

● Peeling Machines:Garlic peeling machines are used to remove the outer skin of the garlic cloves efficiently. There are various types of peeling machines available, including dry peeling machines and wet peeling machines that use water to facilitate the peeling process.

● Cutting and Crushing:Once peeled, the garlic cloves are usually cut or crushed to facilitate further processing. Machines like garlic crushers or cutters can be used for this purpose.

● Grinding or Milling Machines:Garlic paste is typically produced by grinding or milling the crushed garlic. Grinding machines equipped with sharp blades or stone mills are commonly used for this step.

● Mixing and Blending:Aft er grinding, the garlic paste may need to be mixed or blended to achieve a uniform consistency. This can be done using mixing machines or blenders.

● Homogenization:Homogenization machines can be used to ensure a consistent texture and particle size in the garlic paste. This step is crucial for achieving a smooth and well-blended product.

● Pasteurization or Sterilization:Pasteurizati on or sterilizati on is necessary to extend the shelf life of the garlic paste. This can be achieved through heattreatment using pasteurization machines or retort systems.

● Filling and Packaging:The final step involves filling the garlic paste into containers and packaging them for distributi on. Automatic fillingmachines and packaging equipment, such as sealing machines and labeling machines, are commonly used in this phase.

● Quality Control Systems:Throughout the producti on process, quality control systems may be implemented to ensure the consistency, flavor, and safety of the garlic paste. This can include sensors, cameras, and weight measurement systems.

● Conveyor Systems:Conveyor systems play a crucial role in transporti ng garlic through different stages of the producti on line, ensuring a continuous and efficient process.

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  • Item Code: 12345454m
  • Production Capacity: 10
  • Delivery Time: Under 30 Days
  • Packaging Details: Wooden Packaging / Bubble Wrap
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Pickle Processing Plant

Pickle Processing Plant
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Approx. Rs 1 Lakh / unit
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity01 unit
Capacity500 kg/hr
Capacity(kg)500 kg/hr
Automation GradeAutomatic
TypeBatch Type
MaterialStainless Steel
Machine Power20 KW
DesignIndian made
Unloading MechanismAs Per Client
Frame MaterialSS 304
Voltage Supply450 V
Weight800 kg
Country of OriginMade in India

Processing vegetable pickles involves several steps to create flavorful and preserved products. Here's a general outline of the processing line for vegetable pickles:

Vegetable Selection and Sorting:Fresh vegetables, such as carrots, cauliflower, bell peppers, and others, are selected based on quality and size. Sorting ensures uniformity in the pickling process.

Washing and Cleaning:Vegetables undergo thorough washing to remove dirt and contaminants. Cleaning prepares the vegetables for further processing.

Trimming and Cutting:Vegetables may be trimmed to remove unwanted parts. Depending on the pickle type, vegetables are cut into desired shapes, such as spears, slices, or florets.

Brining or Salting:Vegetables are soaked in a brine solution or sprinkled with salt. This step helps draw out excess water from the vegetables and initiate the pickling process.

Flavoring and Seasoning:Vegetables are immersed in a seasoned liquid containing vinegar, water, sugar, and various spices.Seasonings like mustard seeds, turmeric, garlic, and red chili flakes are commonly used for flavor.

Pasteurization or Fermentation:Pickled vegetables may undergo pasteurization to preserve the product and eliminate harmful microorganisms. Fermentation, if applicable, allows natural bacteria to develop the characteristic tangy flavor.

Packaging:Pickled vegetables are packed into jars or other containers, and the pickling liquid is added. Jars are sealed to maintain freshness and prevent contamination.

Quality Control:Samples are taken for quality checks, including taste, texture, and appearance. pH levels and acidity are monitored to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.

Labeling:Jars are labeled with product information, nutritional facts, and other relevant details.Labels specify the type of pickled vegetables, ingredients, and any specific claims.

Packaging for Distribution:Jars are packed into cases or other packaging formats suitable for distribution.Packaging may include additional protection to prevent breakage during transport.

Storage:Finished pickled vegetable products are stored in a controlled environment to maintain quality before distribution.

Distribution:Packaged pickled vegetables are distributed to retailers, grocery stores, or directly to consumers.

Consumption:End consumers enjoy pickled vegetables as side dishes, condiments, or additions to salads and sandwiches.

There are various types of Indian pickles, each with its unique taste, preparation method, and regional variations. Here are some popular types of Indian pickles:

Mango Pickle (Aam Ka Achaar)
Lime Pickle (Nimbu Ka Achaar)
Mixed Vegetable Pickle (Mixed Achaar)
Chili Pickle (Mirch Ka Achaar)
Garlic Pickle (Lehsun Ka Achaar)
Karela Pickle (Bitter Gourd Pickle)
Sweet Mango Pickle (Meetha Aam Ka Achaar)
Ginger Pickle (Adrak Ka Achaar)
Gooseberry Pickle (Amla Ka Achaar)
Radish Pickle (Mooli Ka Achaar)
Tamarind Pickle (Imli Ka Achaar)

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  • Item Code: 67675
  • Production Capacity: 10
  • Delivery Time: Under 30 Days
  • Packaging Details: Wooden Packaging / Shrink Wrap
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Fruit Juice Machine

Fruit Juice Machine
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Approx. Rs 15 Lakh / Unit
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When processing fruit juices with 25% fruit pulp, the following steps are typically involved:

Fruit Selection: High-quality fruits are selected based on factors such as ripeness, flavor, and nutritional content. The choice of fruits depends on the specific juice flavor and recipe.

Washing and Sorting: The fruits are thoroughly washed to remove dirt, debris, and any surface contaminants. Sorting is done to remove damaged or spoiled fruits.

Extraction: The fruits are then processed to extract the juice and separate it from the pulp. There are several methods for juice extraction, including pressing, enzymatic extraction, or using specialized juicing equipment.

Sugar Syrup Preparation: Artificial juice drinks often contain added sugars to enhance sweetness. A sugar syrup is prepared by dissolving sugar in water, typically in predetermined proportions.

Filtration: The extracted juice is typically passed through filtration systems to remove any remaining solids, fibers, or impurities. Filtration helps in achieving a smooth and clear juice consistency.

Pulp Addition: Once the juice is extracted, the desired amount of fruit pulp (25% in this case) is added back to the juice. The pulp adds texture, flavor, and visual appeal to the juice.

Mixing and Blending: The juice and pulp mixture is blended to ensure proper distribution of the pulp throughout the juice. This step ensures a consistent product with an even distribution of fruit pulp.

Homogenization: The sugar syrup, flavorings, colorings, and other ingredients are mixed together in predetermined proportions. This mixture is then homogenized to ensure uniform distribution of ingredients.

Pasteurization: To ensure product safety and extend shelf life, the juice is pasteurized by heating it to a specific temperature for a certain period. Pasteurization helps to kill any potential harmful microorganisms without significantly affecting the taste and quality of the juice.

Addition of Additives (Optional): Depending on the specific product and brand, certain additives may be added, such as sweeteners (if required), citric acid for acidity adjustment, preservatives to enhance shelf life, and natural or artificial flavors for flavor enhancement. It's important to note that the use of additives may vary based on brand philosophy and local regulations.

Packaging: The juice is then packaged using suitable containers, such as Tetra Pak cartons, PET bottles, or other packaging options mentioned earlier. Proper labeling with relevant information, including ingredients, nutritional content, and manufacturing date, is done on the packaging.

Quality Control: Throughout the processing, various quality control checks are performed to ensure that the juice meets the desired standards in terms of taste, consistency, color, and safety.


It's important to note that specific processing techniques may vary among manufacturers and depend on the type of fruit juice being produced. The above steps provide a general overview of the processing involved in fruit juices with 25% fruit pulp.

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Peanut Butter Machine

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