Advanced Paddy Processing Plant.

The advanced paddy processing plant adopted by Bansal is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment from Buhler, Germany. This equipment ensures high efficiency throughout the entire processing chain, from cleaning to packaging. The processing capabilities of the plant are impressive, with the capacity to process 500 metric tons of paddy per day. Let's take a closer look at the various stages of processing and the end products:


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Advanced Rice Processing Plant


Paddy is meticulously cleaned to remove impurities and foreign materials.


Advanced machinery removes the husk, yielding premium brown rice.


Brown rice is categorized by size and shape for consistent results.


Outer bran layer is skillfully removed, revealing shiny white rice.


Rice is graded based on size, color, and moisture, separating premium from standard.


Different rice varieties are securely packaged, maintaining freshness for consumers.

By leveraging this advanced processing technology, Bansal ensures the production of a diverse range of high-quality rice products that cater to various consumer preferences. The end results include premium brown rice, which is rich in nutrients and fiber; raw rice for traditional cooking methods; steamed rice, which is partially cooked and requires less time to prepare; and parboiled rice, which is soaked, steamed, and dried to retain nutrients and enhance cooking properties.

With such advanced capabilities and a commitment to quality, Bansal's paddy processing plant stands at the forefront of the rice processing industry, meeting the demands of consumers and markets worldwide.


Smart Grain Storage Silos With Large Capacity

Freshly harvested unmilled basmati rice are transported to our paddy storage Silos from Brock, USA, where segregation occurs according to variety.

With a storage capacity of 15,000 tons of rice and 80,000 tons of paddy, the silos are fitted with computer-linked sensors that monitor grain storage conditions, keep the rice at a suitable temperature and moisture level.