What are the factors related to the performance indicators of the tea color sorter
After purchasing a tea color sorter, many tea manufacturers and processors will return to use it every day, because engineers have already adjusted it and only need to start work every day. Actually, aboutTea color sorterLittle knowledge.
The performance index of the tea color sorter is measured under the condition of the heterochromatic content and the rated flow, and is related to the type, color and density of the heterochromatic. Generally, when the content of different colors is the same and the output is graded at the same time, the higher the color sorting accuracy, the lower the extraction rate, indicating that the tea color sorter has better processing performance.
1. Take out ratio:
The extraction rate (loss rate) refers to the weight ratio of the different colors in the by-products to the qualified tea after color sorting of the tea. That is, how many qualified products are ejected per unit of impurity. The higher the purity requirement of genuine tea, the more qualified tea can be brought out. If the take-out ratio is particularly low, it will affect the accuracy of the auxiliary color selection. If it is too high, it will be difficult to process the selected material, and the tea leaves in the by-product will have no material.
2. Unit output:
The tea color sorter is very innovative. It uses dual-lens double-sided search. The processing power of each channel is increased, and the output and color classification accuracy are greatly improved. This number is only dozens of times that of traditional tea picking equipment, but the selection effect is far from comparable to traditional equipment.
3. Selection rate:
The selectivity (stem extraction rate) refers to the weight percentage of the selected impurity number relative to the impurity content in the tea raw material after color separation of the tea containing foreign matter. The selection rate of impurities in the tea color classification depends on the tea. The impurity ratio theoretically eliminates the special requirements for the length, shape and specific gravity of the impurity. Different color classification processes can be determined according to the clarity requirements of different tea grades.