Is it better to press peanut oil hot pressing or cold pressing? Many customers will ask whether the peanut oil press is better for cold pressing or hot pressing? There is no definitive statement as to which method of extraction is better. As a peanut oil producers, you should try to choose hot-pressed peanut oil. Hot pressing is generally pressed once, and cold pressing is pressed twice. The oil yield of hot pressing is generally higher than that of cold pressing. The crude peanut oil is clean and bright by cold pressing.
But that’s not always the case.
In fact, it is because the oil yield is determined by several factors. Crop moisture is the key, followed by crop temperature control, and then technical experience. We need to analyze it on a case-by-case basis. Some users have reported that the oil yield of the oil press used is not high. This is also because the oil yield is determined by several factors.
Several factors that determine the oil yield.
1. Oil moisture is the key;
2. Temperature control of oil crops;
3. Experience of oil press users in oil extraction technology;
4. Oil content of oil crops. For example: peanut oil contains more than 80% unsaturated fatty acids (including 41.2% oleic acid and 37.6% linoleic acid). In addition, it also contains 19.9% saturated fatty acids such as palmitic acid, stearic acid and arachidic acid.
In fact, different oil crops have different pressing methods. Oil crops such as sesame and tea seeds must be pressed by hot pressing, which can improve the oil yield. Some oil crops can be either cold pressed or hot pressed, such as soybeans, peanuts, etc. The pressing method does not affect the oil yield of oil crops.
For peanut oil producers, how do they make peanut oil? What is the peanut oil processing? What machines are needed for extracting oil from peanuts? If you are interested in these issues, you can read other articles related to peanut oil pressing or contact me. I will give you a detailed introduction about the production of peanut oil making process.