economic importance and production technology of canola oil

economic importance and production technology of canola oil
The economic benefits from canola are higher when prices and volumes produced are higher. The impact peaked with both high prices and volumes in

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Applicable Industries:Manufacturing Plant, Machinery Repair Shops
Main Market:Canada,United States,Italy,France
Production Capacity:100-200T/day
Type:cold oil press machine
Automatic Grade:Full Automatic
Voltage:380v 50hz 3phase
Key Selling Points:Sustainable,best price
Core Components:Motor,Pressure vessel,Pump,Gear
Application Vegetable seeds
Oil type:soybean oil,grape seed oil,peanut oil,sesame oil
Max Capacity:2 ton per day
Raw material:pine nut,grape seed,avocado,rice bran
Advantage:Oil Usage and Automatic edible oil machine
Package:wood case
After-sales Service:Field maintenance and repair service
Certification:BV and CE certification

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