DL-6CQFJ-70 used for sorting fresh leaf which picked by tea harvester, can separate different sizes of tea for producing different grades of finished tea.
DL-CRQ-20Z CTC black tea HRS Gyrovane rotorvane machine mainly used for processing CTC black tea.
DL-6CYQT-90250 mainly used for Oolong tea processing, drum made of bamboo, the activity of withered tea was increased by shaking, It can make tea taste more fragrant, Capacity about 120 kg per batch.
DL-6CHL-RQ10 is small type tea drying machine, can drying for all kind tea, use gas heating, capacity from 40kg to 600kg per hour, temperature and speed adjustable, safety, energy saving and environmental protection
DL-6CHZ-9QB is full stainless steel tea dehydrator, electric heating, drying area about 10sqm, capacity 27-45 kg per batch.
DL-6CHZ-5 use electric heating, outer is baking paint inside is stainless steel trays, drying area 5sqm, capacity 15-25kg per batch.
DL-6CRT-65T can process almost all kind tea, brass type, the part contacted with tea is made of stainless steel, drum diameter 65cm, height 48cm, capacity about 60 kg per batch.
Circular vibrating screen separator mainly for sorting different size of tea dust/powder/fragment, used for CTC tea or other crushed tea leaf, Optional different screens to get different sizes of tea.
Modern pressed cake is supported by science, which proves that the pressed cake has more advantages than loose tea in the process of transformation.
The selection of history produced Pu'er tea cakes, but the unique shape of Pu'er tea has been preserved to this day due to its unique tea aroma.
Proper drying can fully reflect the aroma of Wuyi rock tea in the final stage, here is the more information of the drying.
In tea leaves, the same green leaf is processed into green tea, black tea, oolong tea, etc. by controlling biological oxidation, a process also incorrectly called fermentation.
This process is more like a series of enzymatic reactions, perhaps better known as biological oxidation. The biooxidation of tea is a series of oxidation processes of catechins that are promoted by oxidase in the cell wall after the cell wall is damaged.
In the cells of tea, catechins are present in the cell fluid, and oxidase is mainly present in the cell wall, not mainly in microorganisms, so the cell wall needs to be damaged. This also naturally explains why fermented tea needs to be kneaded. According to the degree of oxidation of polyphenols, it is also divided into full fermentation, semi-fermentation and light fermentation.
In black tea, the degree of oxidation of polyphenols is very high, which is called full fermentation; the degree of oxidation of polyphenols in oolong tea is about half, which is called semi-fermentation.
For example, in black tea processing, the purpose of fermentation is to oxidize the catechins contained in the leaves. The leaf color changes from green to copper red, resulting in the unique color of black tea. After the tea liquid cell membrane is damaged, the polyphenols, amino acids and other substances in the vacuole are gradually oxidized. At the same time, due to the oxidation of catechins, some substances in the leaves undergo chemical action, resulting in the unique color, aroma and quality of black tea.
The above is the basic meaning of fermentation in Chinese tea.
Due to the variety of tea in China, the processing techniques and production methods are rich and colorful, and the definition of quality formation is different. In the production and quality formation process of some teas, in addition to the above-mentioned fermentation in the sense of biooxidation in addition to its own enzymatic reaction, In some links, microorganisms will also participate.
For example, in addition to the enzymatic effect, microorganisms are also involved in the stacking fermentation process of cooked Pu-erh tea.
After separation and research, the main microorganisms are Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus claudin, Aspergillus griseus, Rhizopus, lactic acid bacteria and yeast. Nonetheless, it is still necessary for us to clearly distinguish fermentation involving microorganisms from fermentation in the sense of biooxidation. Otherwise, the conceptual ambiguity will easily lead to misinterpretation of the mechanism of tea quality formation.