Cooking with spices is not only a widespread practise, but also a necessity for most foodies. But how are spices manufactured and processed?
Spices are widely farmed in the world's equatorial regions, with some flourishing in the chilly, misty mountains. Many of the seed spices, such as coriander seeds, are grown in more temperate climates. Because of the location, how the spices are obtained, and how they are processed and converted into powders, there is a high risk of metal contamination. Most spice plants employ a variety of machinery, including Magnetic Separators, Destoners, and other machines, to separate and detect any harmful metal.
Different magnet components have different qualities; therefore picking the right one is crucial.
· Magnetic Destoner
Magnetic destoners are most commonly used to remove contaminants from product lines. Materials with natural magnetic qualities, such as stone, metals, glass bits, mud balls, black stones, rat faeces, and other contaminants, are entirely separated using a mixture of magnetized and gravity separation (customizable option). These Magnetic Destoners are effective, high-intensity, high-gradient, and long-lasting equipment that may be used to separate spices, coffee, beans, rice, and other materials.
Gravity, air pushed, or conveyor belts are used to feed the raw material or final product via or over a magnetic rod, grid, grate, or magnetic plate. The ferrous contamination is attracted to the magnet tubes or magnetic plate by the magnetic field. The procedure goes with the non-magnetic clean product. This method removes impurities from spices such as red chilies, tikka masala, ginger, turmeric, garlic, coriander seasoning, black pepper, cumin, and a variety of other spices that can be destoned with our high-quality magnetic Destoner.