LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter
LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter Linpro AI COLOR SORTER
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LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter

LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter
PRO-S7, capacity 800-3000 kg/hour

Function of Quinoa Color Sorter

LINPRO quinoa sorting machine will working to separate the black embryo granules, mildew, disease spot, and foreign impurity like straw, insect, stone, mud, etc.

LINPRO Technology of Quinoa Color Sorter

LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter

Quinoa Color Sorter Technical Details

You can choose the suitable size machine from below table.
LINPRO Quinoa Color Sorter
Please note: Voltage will be 220V/50HZ, it can be change to 60HZ accordingly.

After Sales Service

1. We can send a professional engineer to set machine well in local and training.
2. 1 Year machine warranty provided.
3. Free software updated to keep the newest technology.

FAQ of Quinoa Color Sorter

1. Is the quinoa color sorting machine can work together with quinoa cleaning machine?
Yes, it usually work after quinoa cleaning machine like vibrating screen.

2. Are there any other equipments need to work for our quinoa color sorter machine?
Air production system:  *air compressor   *air tank   * air dryer
(You can also buy in local)

If there is any questions, please feel free to contact us!

About Quinoa

Quinoa provides protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins, and dietary minerals in rich amounts above those of wheat, corn, rice, or oats. After cooking, which is the typical preparation for eating the seeds, quinoa is 72% water, 21% carbohydrates, 4% protein, and 2% fat. Quinoa is gluten-free. Because of the high concentration of protein, ease of use, versatility in preparation,
Quinoa originated in the Andean region of northwestern South America,[5] and was domesticated 3,000 to 4,000 years ago for human consumption in the Lake Titicaca basin of Peru and Bolivia
Quinoa has been cultivated in the United States, several other countries within Europe, including France, England, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Spain, have successfully grown quinoa on a commercial scale
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