White Bean Color Sorter
White Bean Color Sorter Linpro AI COLOR SORTER
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White Bean Color Sorter

White Bean Color Sorter
Model PRO-B3,with capacity 1000-2200 kg/hour

White bean Color Sorter Function

LINPRO AI white bean color sorter able to separate the defective white beans according to the color difference with good white beans, through blowing the bad white bean out by high frenquency injector.

White Bean Color Sorter Technical Details

White Bean Color Sorter

Color Sorter machine List

White Bean Color Sorter

After sales service

We are aim to provide every customer thoughtful after sales service, below are the basic services:
1. We can send an engineer to set the machine well in local;
2. 1 year machine quality guarantee;
3. Software updated lifetime to enjoy LINPRO' s newest technology.
4. Free consultation during machine life time.
White Bean Color Sorter

About White bean

White bean, also known as the broad bean, fava bean, faba bean, field bean, bell bean, or tic bean, is a species of flowering plant in the pea and bean family Fabaceae. It is of uncertain origin and widely cultivated as a crop. Horse bean, Vicia faba var. equina Pers., is a variety recognized as an accepted name.

White beans are widely planted in Algeria, China, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iran, Irap, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Syria, Turkey.

Broad beans were a major food of old Mediterranean civilizations, particularly for the Romans and Ancient Greeks.

The beans can be fried, causing the skin to split open, and then salted and/or spiced to produce a savory, crunchy snack. These are popular in China, Malaysia, Colombia, Peru (habas saladas), Guatemala (habas), Mexico (habas con chile), Gilan (North of Iran) and Thailand (where their name means "open-mouth nut").

In some Arab countries, the fava bean is used for a breakfast dish called ful medames.

Fava beans are common in Latin American cuisines, as well. In central Mexico, mashed fava beans are a common filling for many corn flour-based antojito snacks such as tlacoyos. In Colombia, they are most often used whole in vegetable soups. Dried and salted fava beans are a popular snack in many Latin countries.

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