We sometimes receive inquiries from customers who are disappointed that their rice milling recovery rate and operational efficiency have not improved as expected even after installing sophisticated rice milling equipment.
First, you need to find out which part of the rice milling process is the bottleneck. Often the equipment is not connected correctly, or there is a mix of products from multiple companies on the rice milling line, resulting in a large amount of broken rice.
To maximize profits, the entire operation must be designed scientifically, considering the rice’s character and the processing conditions. This planning should be completed before installing any equipment. However, it requires many years of experience and deep expertise.
Building on our many years of experience providing a wide range of equipment for rice milling, we can offer comprehensive plant optimization consulting, including the following.
Also, assembling a unified rice milling line with our equipment will enable high-quality rice production with a high yield while minimizing power and labor costs.
If you are thinking of building or reviewing a rice milling plant, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Without proper drying, the rice will crack during the drying process. In such a case, no matter how much effort is put into the rice mill, the milling recovery rate will not increase.
The best way to achieve higher quality rice, higher milling recovery rates, lower costs, and stable production is to own and manage the drying and milling machines.
We are one of the few manufacturers with expertise in both drying and milling rice. Let us support the growth of your rice production business with our machines.
Contact us today to discuss your needs.
Comprehensive Rice Milling Process Optimization
If you are planning a new rice milling plant, we can design it with you from scratch. We will recommend the most suitable machines and configurations to maximize productivity.
Maximizing Milling Recovery Rate
For more than ten years, we have conducted research and testing to maximize the profit of rice mills. A significant focus has been ensuring that long grain paddy and rice are not overloaded and are milled evenly.
To achieve high recovery rate with long grain, which even the slightest impact can break, we propose the appropriate rice milling line for each customer’s situation.
High-Quality Rice Milling at Low Cost
Each of our rice milling machines is designed to maximize the milling recovery rate and quality while minimizing electricity costs. For example, our Vertical Friction Polisher uses gravity in the rice polishing process, dramatically reducing the need for electricity.
Labor-Saving through Simple Operation and Structure
Our machines are designed for ease of use. All an operator has to do is switch on the device and set the resistance value. It will then run reliably without the need for close supervision or additional calibration.
Since only a few people are needed to complete the milling process, labor costs are reduced. Furthermore, the system does require a high level of skill or technical knowledge to operate, minimizing the need for extended staff training and supervision.
Husker/YSA-100, De-Stoner/CSP-502, Abrasive Whitener/XPA-25(II), Friction Polisher/XPF-50, Mist Polisher/XPF-50M, Sifter/SF-301
De-Stoner/CSP-502, Abrasive Whitener/XPA-25, Friction Polisher/XPF-50, Dry Polisher/XPF-50D
De-Stoner/CSP-502, Husker/YSA-100, Paddy Separator/SE-500, Abrasive Whitener/XPA-25, Friction Polisher/XPF-50, Mist Polisher/XPF-50M
De-Stoner/CSP-1000, Husker/YSA-100, Paddy Separator/SE-500, Abrasive Whitener/XPA-30(II), Friction Polisher/XPF-60, Mist Polisher/XPF-50M
Contact us, and we will schedule a tour of the dryer and rice milling machines installed nearest to your location. Please feel free to contact us even if you do not have a plan to purchase.
We have deep expertise in all areas of the rice milling business and have studied many successful operations. Contact us for a free consultation. We’ll share rice production best practices to help your team maximize profit while lowering costs.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
At Yamamoto, we are fully committed to doing our part. In particular, we are working towards contributing to the following SDGs.