Advantages and disadvantages of traditional rice milling

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In the past, rice milling was an ancient way of grinding rice using manual or animal power to drive stone mills.
Compared with modern mechanized rice milling, what are the advantages and disadvantages of traditional rice milling?

Traditional rice milling process

First of all, traditional rice milling retains the natural texture and nutrients of rice.
There is no loss caused by mechanical high-speed grinding.
At the same time, the operation is gentle and there is little problem of damaging the rice.
After the rice is vigorously crushed, squeezed, peeled and peeled by the rice mill, it becomes rice.
Rice still retains part of the germ and endosperm, which are rich in nutrients.
Especially B vitamins, inorganic salts and dietary fiber.

traditional rice milling

However, traditional rice milling has the problem of low efficiency.
Relying entirely on human or animal power, the processing capacity is only a dozen kilograms per hour.
Unable to be mass produced. At the same time, it is difficult to control the degree of grinding by manual operation.
Poor control over product uniformity.
Modern mechanized rice milling can achieve automated, continuous, and large-volume processing.
Equipped with sophisticated sensor control, it can monitor in real time to ensure the rice milling effect, greatly improving efficiency.
However, high-speed mechanical grinding will also cause a certain degree of meter breakage and loss.

Generally speaking, traditional rice milling retains the natural texture, but is inefficient;
Modern rice milling achieves large-scale production capacity, but there is also a certain loss.
However, with the development of rice milling technology, there are now many rice mills that can achieve high output.
A model with low energy consumption and simple operation.
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