Alvan Blanch Oil Expeller Press XP100-E
Alvan Blanch Development Company Ltd
Alvan Blanch is an oil expeller cold press machine used for extracting oil from oilseed rape, linseed.
Automated oil expeller for cold pressing oilseed rape, linseed etc at approximately 150 – 400 kg/hr (seed).
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$12,190 USD for machine. Interview with representative
$0.65 USD/hr for electricity demands during operation.
Suppliers that compete with Alvan Blanch’s oil press include Lutanda Limited, Agrico Agricultural Engineers Limited, Smallholder Agricultural Mechanisation Services – SAMS, Tanroy Engineering Ltd, Fateco Ltd, CGC Agricultural Service Ltd, TAMSA Trading, SP Engineering Corporation, Rajan Universal Exports, Tagore Road, Traas Metaal BY, BDC Systems Limited. Piteba oil expeller, TINYTECH mechanical screw press and CAMARTEC press
Goal 8: promote sustainable economic growth and productive employment.
Small village co-operatives to privately owned farms and processing factories. Interview with representative
Not Specified: Only 40 have been distributed, making mass production unlikely.
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All components can be ordered through Alvan Blanch – and can be sent out directly by DHL or airfreight – dimensions/weight dependent. Interview with representative
About 40 Interview with representative
List of crops that this technology can extract oil from
Amount of oil extracted, in liters
Amount of produce that can be cracked to extract oil, measured in kilograms per hour
How is the technology powered?
What is the power rate of the motor running the equipment, measured in kilowatts
The seed is placed under increasing pressure as it is conveyed through a tapered chamber. Because of the high level of compression (and pressure generated temperature) oil is expelled through a set of rings – the residual solid matter is conveyed to the end of the press and falls away as thin strips of ‘oilcake’.
• Compresses oilseed drape at 150 – 400 kg/hr
• No switches or basic control panel
• Dimensions (LxWxH) (cm): 155 x 112 x 180
• XP100E model has a 9.2 kWh motor. Interview with representative
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- Cast iron multi-segmented body
- Stainless steel oil collection trough
- Multiple filter frames with cotton filter cloth and oil discharge taps
- For filtration of vegetable oils
- Steel support stand
- Geared pump with overflowing valve
Full technical support is provided by Alvan Blanch – system design, commissioning and after sales. An online FAQ is provided on their site.
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• Choke ring: $66.38 USD
• Multiple Segment Pressing Screw: $1226.99
• Set of 17 cast iron replaceable plates: $1,052.99 USD
1 year warranty on faulty workmanship or materials
The bearings and bushes and the adjusting block should be lubricated, and the screw and rings inspected every week. Gearbox oil should be changed every 6 months. Failure modes: Trapped foreign objects can damage the press – ie, stones / tramp metal. Excessive levels of straw, trash etc will increase wear and may cause blockages. Recommend the fitting of magnets in feed hopper
The rings will last approximately 600 tons, and the screw sections will last approximately 300 tons.
Volume of oil from one ton of rape: Approx. 250 to 300 liters of oil depending upon the original oil content/moisture content/ cleanliness of the sample.
Feedstock rate: rapeseed crushed/ hour = Approx. 150 kgs / hour
If a generator is used to power the press – the press should be fitted with a speed controller. A voltage monitoring system is needed to avoid damage to the inverter.
The XP100E gives crude oil. In order to get processed oil, you would need a filter press, pump, settling tanks, etc.
Additional attachments include: Temperature Adjustment Chamber, Oil Pump, Feed Hopper, Proximity Sensor, MPC Pre-Cleaner, MPC Support Frame, IBC Tank, Primary Settling Tank Interview with representative
Orhevba, B. A., Chukwu, O., Osunde, Z. D., Ogwuagwu, V.,2013 Sep, Influence of moisture content on the yield of mechanically expressed neem seed kernel oil. Academic Research International. ;4(5):252-257.
Nelson, A. I., Wijeratne, W. B., Yeh, S. W., Wei, T. M., Wei, L. S., 1987 Sep, Dry extrusion as an aid to mechanical expelling of oil from soybeans. JAOCS.;64(9):1341-1342.
Bamgboye, A. I., Adejumo, A. O. D., 2007 Sep, Development of a sunflower oil expeller. International Commission of Agricultural Engineering. ;9:1-7.
Every XP100E is not sold until it is tested on oil seed and deemed ready for distribution. Interview with representative
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