Roasters

Roasting machines (roasters) are a type of equipment used in the food industry. They serve to roast various products such as seeds, grains, nuts, coffee, dried fruits, and cereal flakes. Due to the uniform heating and continuous intensive mixing of the inputs, any excess moisture can be removed. This improves the taste and smell of the finished product and extends its shelf life. Roasting machines can be equipped with cleaning systems that filter out any debris, dust, or ash, and they can also polish seeds after roasting to make them visually attractive to consumers. These machines are often used as part of a whole production line with packaging equipment and machines for removing peels, shells, etc.

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