A bean polisher is a specialized machine used primarily in the agricultural and food processing industries to improve the appearance and quality of various types of beans and legumes, such as kidney beans, black beans, and lentils. Similar to a rice polisher, it operates by gently rubbing the beans against each other or employing polishing agents and water to achieve a smoother, cleaner, and more visually appealing finish. Bean polishing not only enhances the beans’ appearance but also removes surface contaminants, dirt, and dust, contributing to better food safety and quality. This process is particularly important in the production of packaged beans and legumes for retail and consumer markets, ensuring that the final products meet high visual and hygiene standards while also improving their overall marketability and cooking performance.
|Output (T/H) (For Paddy)||3-5 (depend on chick pea)|