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A study on the sunki seeds and flesh separator


Journal of Agricultural Research of China 49(2): 88-93
A study on the sunki seeds and flesh separator
The objective of this research is to develop a machine to separate the sunki (Citrus sunki) seeds from the flesh for sunki sauce production. The Hakka people on Taiwan like to use sunki sauce with cooked pork for flavour and taste. One of the production procedures is to remove the seeds from the flesh, which is very time consuming. To separate seeds from 1 kg sunki fruits takes a regular worker 12 minutes.

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