The DRTA paddy table is an assembly of indented plates mounted on a single vibrating frame. The trays are inclined in two directions, lengthways and widthways. It separates a mixture of paddy and brown rice into three distinct classes.
Designed to fit easily into your plant
The paddy separator has a compact and sturdy base frame. This means a small footprint, making it easy to install it into many different types of rice mills.
During hulling, paddy is de-husked and passes into the husk
separator, where the husk is separated out. The mixture of
paddy and brown rice passes into the DRTA gravity
separator, where the paddy and brown rice are separated.
The DRTA features easy-to-operate adjustments and can
handle different varieties of rice, whether short, medium or
long grain with, consistent efficiency and throughput.
The principle of operation of the DRTA is based on the
distinct difference in size and shape of paddy and brown rice.
The mixture of brown rice and paddy is fed through the inlet
onto the indented reciprocating trays. The specially shaped
indents enable separation of paddy from brown rice while the
flow of the product is achieved by the inclined vibrating trays
- paddy flows downwards while the brown rice moves
The DRTA has three outlets – one for brown rice, the second
for paddy which is recycled back to the huller, and the third
for the mixture of paddy and brown rice, which is recycled
back to the inlet of the DRTA.