Tag: Warm pressings

  • Grape Seed

    Grape Seed

    GRAPE SEED OIL Oil production Grape seed oil may be obtained both through a hot-pressing and through chemical extraction and refinement. If oil containing numerous valuable contents (such as vitamin E and lecithin) is desired, then the grape seeds should be cold-pressed. In order to reach the seeds, however, the grapes must first be pressed…

  • Sunflower

    Sunflower

    SUNFLOWER SEED OIL Oil production For the production of the oil, the mature sunflower seeds are first fully or partially shelled (aided by a centrifugal peeler), pre-warmed and finally fed into a mechanical press. The cold- or hot-pressing process can follow in one or two stages. The screw press is suitable for a single-stage pressing.…

  • Soy bean

    Soy bean

    Soybean oil Oil production Essentially, there are two ways of processing soybeans. Depending upon the method, the soybeans can be processed either shelled or unshelled. To the technical solutions: We will be happy to advise you on this seed and show you options. Contact us The first method involves a pure mechanical pressing of the…

  • Mustard seed

    Mustard seed

    Mustard oil Oil extraction Mustard oil can be extracted from all three varieties of mustard, as they all have an oil content of 20 to 35%. The term “mustard oil” refers to both the fatty and the essential oil of the mustard seed. The essential oil is also used in the production of mustard and…

  • Black Cumin

    Black Cumin

    Black cumin oil Oil extraction The oil is extracted by the cold-pressing method, in which the cleaned black cumin seeds are dried and fed to the screw press with the aid of a dosing screw. A particularly gentle process is important to preserve the essential fatty acids (Roth/Kormann 2000, p. 149)! In addition, black cumin…

  • Sea buckthorn / Sallow thorn

    Sea buckthorn / Sallow thorn

    Sea buckthorn oil Oil extraction Sea buckthorn oil is divided into three different types of oil. On the one hand, the fruit pulp oil can be obtained by sedimentation or centrifugation of the raw pressed juice. However, this can also be produced by extraction with supercritical CO2. Seed oil is obtained by separating the seeds…

  • Sacha Inchi

    Sacha Inchi

    Sacha Inchi oil Oil extraction Sacha Inchi oil is extracted from the Sacha Inchi nuts, also called Inca peanut. The cold pressing process is used to extract the oil. The Sacha Inchi nuts are gently preheated to the pressing temperature and then dosed into a screw press. The obtained products, Sacha Inchi oil and Sacha…

  • Rapeseed/canola

    Rapeseed/canola

    To the technical solutions: We will be happy to advise you on this seed and show you options. Contact us Canola oil/rapeseed oil Oil production Nowadays, rapeseed oil, next to soybean oil and palm oil, is counted among the most commonly produced plant oils. After the rapeseeds have been thoroughly cleaned, their shells can be…

  • Paprika/bell pepper seed

    Paprika/bell pepper seed

    Paprika/bell pepper seed oil Oil extraction Traditionally, the seeds are first removed from the bell pepper fruit and stored to dry. After a week, they are ground and then the oil is chemically extracted from the meal. In order to obtain a higher quality oil, the seeds are de-oiled without chemical extraction, purely mechanically. In…

  • Palm kernel

    Palm kernel

    Palm kernel oil Oil extraction Palm oil (also palm fat) is produced from the flesh of the palm nuts, while palm kernel oil is produced from the kernels of the oil fruit. To obtain the palm oil, the fruits are pressed in mills so that the palm oil is obtained from the fleshy mesocarp. Because…