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Sorting and Grading

Sorting and grading is the main activity in the business post-harvest handling of agricultural products, both in the fresh state or in another state. This is because sorting and grading is an initial activity in the handling of materials that will determine the further handling process keberhailan. This matter will be discussed in the definition and purpose of sorting and ...

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Principle Sorting and Grading

Sorting and grading is done to separate the good harvest and the ugly as well as separating or classifying products into quality class / grade according to criteria of quality class / grade of each commodity / product. Factors of quality or quality criteria can be grouped into 3 groups including the physical properties, chemical properties and biological zero. The ...

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Sorting and Grading Equipment

Sorting table combined with the packaging process is a simple tool that can be used to make the process of sorting and grading. Products that come placed in the sorting bin, sorted by one worker, then inserted into the container packaging and finally packed by a second worker. If workers must stand for menyortasi products, it is necessary to sufficiently ...

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Tapioca Flour Quality Testing

a) Circumstances (Shape) Principle Observation of the test sample with the senses of sight and touch are conducted by panelists who have competence organoleptic testing. Ways of working (1) Spread the sample sufficiently above the watch glass is clean and dry; (2) Observe and touch the test sample to determine the shape of the sample; (3) Perform the work by ...

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Quality Commodities Tubers

Tubers are derived from plant-based materials in the soil, such as cassava, sweet potatoes, potatoes, arrowroot, turmeric, yam, onion, ginger, kencur, purse, taro, yam, canna, yam and so forth. Tubers can be distinguished by its origin is the root and stem tuber. The root or stem is actually a part of the roots or stems are used as a place ...

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Measurement Food Quality

Quality measurement using direct human senses is known as assessment senses (sensory evaluation). Assessment senses, among others, are used to assess the taste, smell, aroma, flavor, appearance (appearance) and sometimes color. With the development of increasingly advanced technology now found a tool capable of measuring multiple factors replacing the sensory quality of the human senses. The second way instrumental evaluation ...

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