|Capacity||10000kg per Batch|
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Coffee is one of the most popular beverages. Some claim it is the most widely consumed liquid in the world asidefrom water. Coffee's success as a beverage undoubtedly is owing both to the caffeine it harbours and to its sensory pleasure. Coffee is produced from the seeds of a small red, sometimes yellow fruit that grows on plants halfway in size between shrub and tree. While coffee beans are not nutrient rich food, they do provide small amounts of minerals and vitamins. It is naturally dense in antioxidants including chlorogenic acid. It is clinically proved thatgreen coffee bean extracts can lowerhigh blood pressure and may also aid weight loss.
Properties and beneﬁts of Coffee Beans
Besides the refreshing morning energy, coffee offers a host of benefits, including several medicinal conditions, such as diabetes and parkinson‘s disease. Coffee intake has beneficial effects on liver cancer. Caffeine is one of the very few natural substances that have actually been proven to aid fat burning. Coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of getting Alzheimer's disease, which is a leading cause of dementia worldwide.
Steps of Dehydration
The dehydration of coffee beans is a job that needs some effort. First, the coffee beans, red or yellow is separated from the plant. It is washed several times in orderto get rid of dirt and debris. Then it is soaked in waterfor one whole day. The outer cover of the coffee bean which is hard becomes softer and oily. Then the beans are rubbed hard manually by hands. Thus the outer cover gets separated from the bean. Later the bean is set aside for draing the watercontent. The cleaned coffee bean isthe inputted manually into the chamber and dried. lttakes around 10 hours to dry a batch of coffee beans. Within thistime period the bean will be dried, without losing its natural colour, taste, aroma and its texture. Normally coffee beans lose its weight after drying. Dried coffee beans can be preserved as it is or can be ground and made into powder, which is extensively used for making a popular beverage, coffee. STAR RV22:16 is the most suitable dehydratorfor drying and preserving coffee beans. The capacity of STAR RV22:16 varies from 300kg input capacity to a range of10000kg per batch.