How to Extract Camellia Oil

As the oil press industry is getting hotter and hotter, more and more people invest in the oil press industry, and there are more and more oil press workshops. People see the benefits of the oil press industry, and many people invest in the oil press industry. Camellia oil is a kind of oil that is more popular in the market. In recent years, more and more people use camellia seeds to extract oil. So, what is camellia seed oil? What Are the Benefits of Camellia Seed Oil?

We all know that some oil materials such as tea seeds and peanuts need to be shelled first and then crushed, steamed and fried. The shell of the oil plant does not contain oil, and it will affect the subsequent crushing, steaming and frying and other processes. Direct pressing will also have a certain impact on the quality of the oil. Therefore, it is necessary to dehull this part of the oil plant first, which can improve the pressing or leaching efficiency and improve the oil quality.

BTMA-Company sells camellia seed oil press machine with very good oil yield. Generally, camellia seed oil is pressed by cold pressing method, which can retain the nutritional value of camellia oil. Camellia oleifera is the seed of the camellia oleifera tree (Camellia oleifera); Camellia oleifera is mainly grown in the south of our country. Camellia oleifera seeds are shelled, the rate of kernels is 50%-72%, the oil content of camellia oleifera seeds is 30%-40%, and the oil yield of camellia oleifera seeds is 14%-27%.

Freshly squeezed camellia oil: Fresh tea fruit is peeled and cleaned, then extruded into pulp at low temperature, and then separated into freshly squeezed camellia oil by low-temperature physical methods; popularly speaking, it is to squeeze tea oil by squeezing juice, with the intention of retaining the essence of tea oil Really fruity.
Pressed oil: The pressing method is divided into hot pressing and cold pressing. Among them, hot pressing refers to pressing camellia seeds after high-temperature frying; low-temperature cold pressing refers to direct pressing of camellia seeds in a low temperature environment. Low-temperature cold pressing has a lower oil yield and strict requirements on the process, but it retains the color, fragrance and nutritional elements of camellia oil relatively completely.
Extracted oil: refers to the camellia oil obtained by soaking the raw material in a chemical solvent, extracting the oil in the raw material, separating the oil from the solvent, refining and filtering.

Refined oil: refers to refining crude oil to remove harmful and unhelpful impurities in crude oil to obtain refined oil that meets national quality standards.