Detailed Product Description
A rice huller or rice husker is an agricultural machine used to automate the process of removing the chaff and the outer husks of rice grain. Throughout history, there have been numerous techniques to hull rice. In more recent times the processes are mechanized, and the machine is called a huller, or rice huller. These machines are most widely developed and used throughout Asia.
The common idea is to shake grains and have them collide and scratch each other and container-walls, thereby loosening the outer husk and then blowing the lighter husk away. Other methods pass the grains between rubber rolls or other soft material, this is often less damaging to the grains.
|Type of Huller||Capacity / Hour||Driving Pulley||Speed R.P.M.||Power Required|
|No.8||725 KG||10" X 5"||900||15 H.P.|