Parboiling Process

Developed in 1910, this process offers the possibility to press about 80 % of the vitamins and minerals out of the silver skin in the rice kernel. For this purpose, the rice is soaked in water, treated with steam and then dried. Afterwards, the rice is hulled and polished.

For more than 50 years SCHULE Mühlenbau have supplied industrial plants for the production of parboiled rice in the whole world. From a small laboratory plant with batches of 1 kg to the continuous large-scale plant - SCHULE Mühlenbau provides everything from a single source.

The following overview shows some of the machines which are used for the parboiling process. Here, you can find more information about SCHULE machines.

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