Swaziland

 Cassava.

This factory in Swaziland has a capacity of 4 tons of native starch per hour. For the first time in the cassava industry, we introduced efficient rotating drums for washing the roots in the same way as we have used for decades for washing potatoes in our home market in Denmark. Likewise, we used high-efficiency hydrocyclones to refine the starch. The result was starch of high international quality.

Roots

Cassava root intake and washing

Pulp yard

Pulp screens

Control room

Factory hall
Factory hall.


Flash dryer for starch.

2008 3 min.



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