|Motor Power||5 HP|
|Machine Body Material||Stainless Steel|
We JAGTAP Engineering Works are the manufacturer and exporter of Jaggery Plant.
A jaggery plant is used to produce jaggery, a traditional non-centrifugal sugar product commonly consumed in India and other parts of the world. Here is a simplified overview of the process and the equipment typically used in a jaggery plant in India:
Preparation of Sugarcane:
- Sugarcane is harvested and transported to the plant.
- The sugarcane is cleaned and washed to remove dirt and impurities.
- It's then crushed to extract the sugarcane juice using a sugarcane crusher machine.
- The extracted juice is passed through a clarifier or settling tank to remove suspended solids and impurities.
- This results in clarified sugarcane juice.
- The clarified juice is transferred to large, open-bottom pans or kettles for boiling.
- It's continuously stirred and heated to evaporate the water content and concentrate the sugarcane juice.
- The concentrated juice is transferred to evaporators where further water is evaporated, and the juice thickens.
- The thickened juice is then poured into shallow, flat-bottomed containers or molds. These can be wooden or metal.
- As the juice cools, it crystallizes and solidifies to form jaggery blocks or cones.
Molding and Cooling:
- The molds are left to cool and solidify for a specific period, typically a few hours.
Removal from Molds:
- Once the jaggery has hardened, it's removed from the molds.
Packaging and Storage:
- The jaggery blocks are packaged in suitable containers for distribution and storage.
- Proper storage is crucial to prevent moisture absorption, which can lead to spoilage.
Key Equipment Used:
- Sugarcane Crusher: Used to extract juice from sugarcane.
- Clarifier: Removes impurities from the juice.
- Boiling Pans/Kettles: Used for boiling the juice.
- Evaporators: Further concentrate the juice.
- Molds: To shape and solidify the jaggery.
- Packaging Equipment: For packaging and sealing the jaggery.
Please note that jaggery production can vary in scale from small, traditional setups to large industrial operations. The equipment and processes may differ accordingly. Additionally, safety and hygiene practices should be followed to ensure the quality and safety of the jaggery produced.