Sugarcane machine Cleaning process

Sugar cane cleaning and grinding after harvesting, the sugar cane stems are transported to the plant for cleaning and grinding. Once at the plant, the stems are kept away from sunlight. First, a manual sorting process takes place, which eliminates all the bad stems. That includes all stems that are fully or partially unhealthy in appearance, show symptoms of fungus infection or are burned. Then, the remaining stems are washed with water thoroughly. Next, the stems are grinded. The grinder is adjusted to achieve a 70% by weight sugar cane juice output. If you want to know how to clean the Best sugar cane juicer , relax in knowing that, at least in my experience, it's really easy and fast, especially if you follow a couple of key points. Number one is to be sure you clean it right away after using it. Otherwise you will have a lot more trouble cleaning it, mostly the pulp bin if the pulp is left to sit in it and dry out. Then again, and this is my number two key point, line the pulp bin with a plastic bag. When you're done juicing, remove the nutritionally precious pulp from the bag then throw the bag away; no cleaning of the pulp bin required! As for the overall machine, simply rinse the parts, use a paper towel to wipe the lid and the base, rinse everything, and then brush the screen with the fruits brush included with the juicer.

Let everything drain and you're good to go! If you do this, no need to use the dishwasher, but you could, so that make cleanup even easier. Be aware however if you have the stainless steel model, not all parts that shine are stainless some are chrome plated plastic. Avoid using a high heat drying wash cycle which may cause that chrome plating to chip off; it might also deform the plastic pieces. So even though the machine is "dishwasher safe", it really isn't under certain dishwasher washing conditions. All in all however, I think you will find cleaning the Industrial sugar cane juicer machine is simple and straightforward


Sugar Cane Juice Machine
(Hygienic & Safe sugarcane juice extractor)

This is a quiet, compact, durable, safe and easy to clean machine. That can handle any kind of sugarcane with or without the though outer shell. This machine has created revolution in the sugar cane juice extraction process. Unlike the present crude & un hygienic juice extraction process through traditional machines, which needs frequent lubrication, which later goes into the sugarcane juice along with rust, this new machine consists of food grade stainless steel rollers where no lubrication is required and yield of juice is highly hygienic and optimum with single squeezing process. This has enabled even star hotels & high end shopping malls to include sugarcane juice in their menu as prestigious product. Both these machines dazzle the customers with the visual effects of feeding, squeezing, extracting, straining and discarding of peel all in one rapid cycle.


Stand Alone model with built in waste-bin Stainless steel body and drums. Motor: 1/2 HP ,370 Watt ,Single Phase 10 RPM Volltage: 220 Volts / 50 Hz. Dimension: Width 17" (43 Cms), Depth 21" (53Cms) ,Height 54" (137Cms) Shipping Weight: 140Kg Forward reverse switch, stainless steel rollers, safely switch production, removable front cover for easy cleaning. Easy to operate. Motor gear reduced for maximum torque. Automatic interlock safety switch. Forward reverse switch. Accommodates sugar cane stalks up to 2-1/4" in diameter. No need to insert sugar cane more than once. Removable front cover for easy cleaning and maintenance. Most durable machine in the market. 1 Year warranty.

Three varieties of sugarcane (COJ64, COJ84 and CO1148) were selected to study the effect of machine variables on the performance of experimental sugarcane cleaner. The machine had the provision for the variation of speeds of main-rollers, blower and the flap roller. The feeding was manual by feeding one sugarcane at a time. The performance indices were: topping efficiency, mill trash, stripping efficiency and cane loss. The mill trash was higher than 2% for COJ64 and COJ84 at all the treatments under study. However, minimum mill trash percentage of 0.16 was achieved in case of CO1148. The recommended combination of parameters for the operation of sugarcane cleaner to attain mill trash percentage and cane loss percentage of less than 3 and 2 respectively for COJ64 and COJ84 was: main roller speed - 3.67 m/second (260 rpm); blower air velocity - 17.5 m/second (1400 rpm); and flap roller speed - 11.77 m/second (600 rpm). For the cleaning of CO 1148, the recommended combination of parameters was: main roller speed - 3.67 m/second (260 rpm); blower air velocity - 12.0 m/second (900 rpm) and flap roller speed - 7.85 m/second (400 rpm). The topping achieved by the main rollers did not result in any cane loss. Topping by the flap roller was accompanied by cane loss.

The fruit must be inspected and graded before it can be used. An inspector takes a 39.7 lb (18 kg) sample to analyze in order to make sure the fruit meets maturity requirements for processing. The certified fruit is then transported along a conveyor belt where it is washed with a detergent as it passes over roller brushes. This process removes debris and dirt and reduces the number of microbes. The fruit is rinsed and dried. Graders remove bad fruit as it passes over the rollers and the remaining quality pieces are automatically segregated by size prior to extraction. Proper size is critical for the extraction process.

Cleaning and Maintenance
The Juice Box is equipped with a state of the art inbuilt cleaning system. In fact it has a two stage cleaning system.
The squeezing unit has a number of inbuilt high pressure water jets that are linked to a 15L water tank stored in the machine.
The system can be set to automatically operate the regular cleaning jets after a certain amount of cups have been vended. It comes standard with the cup interval set to every 8 cups before this cleaning mechanism activates but can be changed on demand.
There is also a secondary stronger cleaning system that operates for 15 minutes at a time at pre-determined times, usually once in the morning and once at night.
This cleaning routine can also involve a sanitizer that is stored in a 5 L tank in the machine.
Even though the inbuilt cleaning system is particularly effective, it is recommended that a manual clean of the machine take place at least twice a week.

During a regular service, a serviceman will be required to do the following:
1. Empty the waste water tank (the water from the routine cleaning is pumped into a 15L tank)
2. Refill the 15 L water tank
3. Refill the 5 L sanitizer/water tank
4. Restock the machine with oranges
5. Either manually clean the squeezing unit or simply swap it out for a clean one (requires the purchase of an extra squeezing unit)
6. Empty the waste peel bag
7. Clean the dispensing faucet
8. Collect the money and record the sales for the period
The regular (twice weekly) service should take around half an hour and possibly a little longer depending on the usage of the machine.
Sugarcane juice machine cleaning series are important equipment in the food industry because they are designed to ensure the constant cleaning of equipment used during processing. They facilitate the cane juice extractor cleaning and sterilization of the equipment with minimal change of their position. Our company provides cleaning in place systems in different configurations and series according to the needs of the client. Some of the series include full-auto split type sugarcane squeezer system, semi-auto split type Sugarcane juice rollers system, small conjunct type Sugar cane domestic equipment cleaning system, etc.

In designing the Table top Sugarcane juice machine cleaning series, our company ensures that the design is suitable for the task so that the cleaning chemical used gets adequate surface contact with the surface being cleaned. The system produces adequate mechanical force to push the washing agent at a certain flow rate depending on the equipment size and the size of the pipes used. The cleaning temperature as well as the time taken is also considered in order to ensure that cleaning is carried out thoroughly. The type of manual sugar cane juicer system installed and the temperature of solution used will depend on the nature and type of the waste to be washed away from the equipment.
Working principle

The equipment and piping installations are washed using water and the right concentration of cleaning agent. Depending on the waste to be eliminated, the cleaning solution used is heated to a certain temperature and exposed to a specific amount of pressure. The temperature used will also affect the amount of time spent in the cleaning process.
The cleaning process may be designed as follows:
1. First rinse which may be with hot or warm water;
2. Washing with cleaning solution;
3. Rinsing with clean water;
4. Sanitization of the Equipment;
5. Final rinsing which is optional depending on the method of sanitization;

Fresh sugarcane juicer machine cleaning series help save time as equipment is washed in place, limited labor cost and time saving, prevention of second hand contamination, facilitates constant cleaning and sterilization, easy to maintain and operate, save energy, are highly efficient, etc. The design adopted will be custom made to suit the working process of the equipment.