Drying

After harvesting, paddy delivered to the rice mill has a high moisture content (above 18% depends on the season). The paddy is, therefore, taken to modern rice drying plant operating on Fluidized Bed and LSU drying machines. The process involves exposing the grains to heated air, which can eliminate the excess moisture from the grains. After uniformly dried the paddy is then stored in the clean environment warehouses.
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Milling

Dried paddy is passed through an air-blown sieve cleaners to separate foreign materials . It is then passed on the conveyor belt to the threshing machines, where the husk will be removed and expelled by air-blown system. The brown rice is separated from paddy kernels by feeding them through the sideway motion paddy separators. The grains of brown rice are milled by machines that rub the grains together under pressure. This abrasion removes the bran layer, revealing white or polished rice. After this process, water-polishing machines are applied to shine the rice grains to the final step of the process.
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Grading and Sorting

To achieve the highest standard, impurities and contaminations o unwanted grains are eliminated by using the latest technology of color sorter machines. In the final process, the mixture of milled rice such as whole grains, head rice, broken rice caused by breakage during the milling are graded on flat bed and rotary sieve graders. Different sizes of rice are categorized and stored separately in silos, ready for packaging and delivery according to the customers' requirements .
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