Notes: Before starting the machine, first check whether the connections are reliable. If there is any looseness, shut it down in real time, then start the trial operation, and then prepare to start production after everything is normal.
Before starting the machine, turn on the power to preheat the machine and start production when the pointer on the thermometer reaches 50-70℃. First pull the moving beam apart, put the cushion and orifice plate into the barrel, then put the fried sesame seeds into the barrel, put the cushion and the upper pressure plate, close the moving beam, then turn on the motor, and set the reversing valve Pull to the up position, press oil (adjust the electric contact pressure gauge to 45-50MPa). When the pressure reaches 45-50MPa, the motor actively stops. When the pressure drops to 40MPa, the motor takes the initiative and repeatedly pressurizes the oil. Repeat 2-3 times as required, and then put the reversing valve handle in the lowered position, 5-7 Put the handle in the center position in seconds, pull the moving beam, and then put the handle in the up position to hold the cake out (just push the cake out when the cake is out, it should not be too high, or it will damage the machine). After the cake is out, put the handle in the landing position and use the piston to drop to the bottom, ready for the next use.
Quick hydraulic oil press is innovatively produced on the basis of the introduction of foreign models. It is specially designed for pressing sesame, almond, peanut, etc.
This machine is to directly participate in the oil press to squeeze out the oil after the stir-fried oil. The process is simple and fast, and the pure, fragrant, non-permeable oil is directly discharged. The product oil can be processed in about 5-7 minutes under the eyes of the user. The user calls it "rest assured oil". It is especially practical for users in producing areas such as sesame, rapeseed, and peanuts.
The shortcomings of the traditional sesame oil machine method: primitive workshop, rough equipment deployment, heavy handling, large area, high energy consumption, low oil yield, and poor sanitation.