Starch-containing roots like cassava are too big to be fed to an Ultra Rasp. Prior to milling they are broken into lumps in a crusher.
Cassava roots enter the crusher and are then broken in between rotating knife blades and stationary crusher plates.
In essence a crusher consists of housing with an inlet and outlet; a shaft with knife blades; crusher plates mounted on both sides of the housing; and a motor with belt-drive unit.
- Robust construction
- Maintenance friendly