DL-6CHL-RQ10 is small type tea drying machine, can drying for all kind tea, use gas heating, capacity from 40kg to 600kg per hour, temperature and speed adjustable, safety, energy saving and environmental protection
DL-6CHZ-9QB is full stainless steel tea dehydrator, electric heating, drying area about 10sqm, capacity 27-45 kg per batch.
DL-6CHZ-5 use electric heating, outer is baking paint inside is stainless steel trays, drying area 5sqm, capacity 15-25kg per batch.
DL-6CRT-65T can process almost all kind tea, brass type, the part contacted with tea is made of stainless steel, drum diameter 65cm, height 48cm, capacity about 60 kg per batch.
Circular vibrating screen separator mainly for sorting different size of tea dust/powder/fragment, used for CTC tea or other crushed tea leaf, Optional different screens to get different sizes of tea.
100kg fresh leaves process 25kg finished oolong tea in 12 hours, This page recommends you a full set of green tea production equipment and use methods.
The matcha stone mill is made of granite that is cut in one piece. After the initial grinding process, no stone powder or slag is lost during use, which ensures the safety and cleanliness of the matcha tea.
The main function of the electric bamboo drum baking cage is to replace the carbon baking cage, making the drying of tea more precise and controllable.
Modern pressed cake is supported by science, which proves that the pressed cake has more advantages than loose tea in the process of transformation.
The selection of history produced Pu'er tea cakes, but the unique shape of Pu'er tea has been preserved to this day due to its unique tea aroma.
Proper drying can fully reflect the aroma of Wuyi rock tea in the final stage, here is the more information of the drying.
According to literature records, during the Tang Dynasty in China, all kinds of tea were generally produced in the form of cake tea and group tea, just like Pu'er now, but the tea in southern Yunnan at that time was the opposite, generally loose tea. different types.
Until the Ming Dynasty "Dian Lue" began to record: "The world used is all Pu'er tea, which is steamed into a group." This shows that autoclaved "Pu'er tight tea" appeared during the Ming Dynasty. In the Qing Dynasty, due to the admiration and love of the royal family, Pu'er tea entered its first heyday as a "tribute", and the production processes and experience such as greening, rolling, drying, and autoclaving were gradually fixed.
In the era of lack of mechanical help and mainly manual production, the forming process of Pu'er tea mainly relies on a large amount of human input to complete. So far, in the major tea mountains along the Lancang River in Yunnan, you can still find the traditional skills of hand-grinding and pressing to shape Pu'er.
With the development of machines, methods of pressing tea cakes such as hydraulic tea pressing machines have gradually become popular. So the question is, which is better than traditional manual stone pressing and modern hydraulic machines to press tea leaves?
The process of manual stone-milled cake pressing: first steam the tea, steam the tea to soften, and dissolve the tea gel, then put the tea into a clean cloth bag, knead the tea into a round cake, and then use the stone mill to press the cake to make the tea into a cake shape.