Dal Mill from B K Engineering
B K Engineering is the name giving full emphasis on nutrition, quality, health and most importantly customer satisfaction. We have the most efficient pulse processing plant with latest technology machines and professionally qualified personnel to provide you with the most nutritious pulses processing plants. The prices at which we give our nutritious pulses processing plants are very compititive. This helps one to easily avail our healthy pulses that are a result of our dedicated work and precise techniques. Any Indian cuisine cannot be imagined without pulses. Pulses are one of the highly consumed eatables in India. This is accredited to its palatability and nutritious quality. Pulses are the major source of proteins in one’s diet. Hence, they are a must for people of all ages, are especially children in order to attain optimum growth.
B K Engineering has the most efficient pulse processing plant (Dal Mill) and is thus amongst the leading exporter of premium quality pulses processing plants. Our pulses processing plants are highly demanded by nutrition conscious consumers. We are widely known for our consistent production of quality pulses processing plants. Our dal mill are mostly known as dal mill projects, dal mill plant, dal mill, dal mill machinery, dall mill, dal mill machine, High Tech Mini Dal Mill or “semi automatic mini dal mill”.
Advantage and Special Feature our dal mill
Suitable for processing of all types of pulses
Easy to operate.
Recovery of head pulses – 78% to 80%
Recovery of broken – 1 to 3%
De husks and splits almost all pulses retains proteins and natural shine
Special provision for bangle gram (Chana, chickpeas) by stone chakki for de husking and splitting.
Automatic arrangement of collecting of the following in separate containers and bag de husked and split pulses Un husked pulses Broken Husk
Pollution free operation
Process of Dal Milling ( Pulse Milling )
Basic processes in dal milling are cleaning, grading, conditioning, de husking, splitting, and separation, polishing and bagging. Major variation is involved with de husking process only. Sometimes linseed oil is also used during dry milling operation to impart shine or better appeal to the milled dal.
The removal of the outer layer of husk and splitting the grain into two equal halves is known as milling of pulses. To facilitate de husking and splitting of pulses alternate wetting and drying method is used.