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Post-harvest & Processing Technologies

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Post-harvest & Processing Technologies

Sali Ndindeng
Grain Quality & Post-harvest Technologist
Africa Rice Center

TAAT Rice Compact Launch and Knowledge Sharing Workshop

6 - 7 September 2018
M’be, Bouake
Cote d’Ivoire

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Post-harvest & Processing Technologies

  1. 1. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest & Processing Technologies Sali Ndindeng Grain Quality & Post-harvest Technologist Africa Rice Center
  2. 2. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Outline of Presentation • Highlights of the TASK for Post-harvest and Processing • Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT • Strategy to ensure fairness and cost-effectiveness of deploying Post- harvest and processing technologies. • Promotion of technologies, high quality rice and rice-based products for markets. • Highlights of expected outcomes of TAAT Post-harvest and Processing Technology deployment.
  3. 3. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 TASK: Post-harvest and Processing A.3.4 Out-scaling of proven rice quality enhancement technologies and innovations Task #1 Procurement of demonstration equipment Task #2 Fabrication of equipment and installation of the GEM rice parboiling facility and ASI threshers Task #3 Promotion of technologies, high quality rice and rice- based products for markets
  4. 4. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT Mini-ASI-THRESHER Threshing capacity: 1-1.5 tons/ha; Engine power: 18-24 HP diesel Engine; Dimensions: 1.7x2.1x2.7 m; Weight: 850 kg; Cabin material: Mile steal 2 mm; Tricycle driven Grain loss: <1.5% Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). Benin= 1 Cote d’Ivoire= 1 Nigeria = 2, Cameroon =1
  5. 5. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT MILLING COMPONENT: PADDY CLEANER The chassis: Mile steel of 20 mm thickness Electric or diesel motor : 1 HP Screens: Stainless steel with pore size of diameter 5 et 3.5 Three evacuation channels. Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). Benin= 1 Cote d’Ivoire= 1 Nigeria = 1 Mali = 1 Cameroon =1
  6. 6. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT Equipment Description Qty Picture 1 GEM Soaking tank Height:2.4 m Diameter: 1.2 m Height of support from ground = 0.82 m Material: Stainless steel: Inox 304L 1 2. GEM Steaming tank Height: 0.5m Diameter: 0.68 m Material : Stainless steel : Inox 304L 2 3. GEM Steaming basket Height: 0.38 m Diameter: 0.64 m Material : Stainless steel : Inox 316L 2 Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). GEM PARBOILING TECHNOLOGY
  7. 7. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). GEM PARBOILING TECHNOLOGY Equipment Description Qty Picture 4. Rail and chain hoist (6 m) Length (3 meter) 2 Rice husk Gasifier stove Height: 0.80 Diameter: 0.30 m Material: Mile steel thickness 4mm for gasification bed and 5mm for burner 2 Wood Brick stove Improved rocket stove made with baked bricks with refractory properties. 1
  8. 8. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). GEM PARBOILING TECHNOLOGY Equipment Description Qty Picture Tarpaulin Tarpaulin 14 m by 7 m for GEM parboilers (Blue: light-duty tarp 0.005–0.006 in (0.13–0.15 mm) 3 Protective clothing and utensils for rice parboiling (Working jacket, protective cap, industrial glooves and shoes) 30 each Benin= 1 Cote d’Ivoire= 2 Nigeria = 2, Mali = 1 Cameroon =1
  9. 9. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT MILLING COMPONENT: DEHUSKER/POLOLISHER TASK 3.4.1: Procurement and demonstration of three improved rice color sorters (1.5-4 ton/hr) and two rice mills (500-750 kg/hr) for the provision of milling ($0.019/kg) and sorting ( $0.028/kg) services to rice processors by youth enterprises who are member of the innovation platform Power: Electric or diesel Motor depending on site of installation. Capacity: 500-750 kg per hour. Parts: Polisher & Screen: Stainless Steel Husk & Bran: Separate Cote d’Ivoire= 1 Cameroon =1
  10. 10. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT MILLING COMPONENT: RICE GRADER The chassis: Mile steel of 20 mm thickness Electric or diesel motor : 1 HP Screens: Stainless steel with pore size of diameter 3, 2.5 and 1.7 Four evacuation channels. Task 3.4.2: Fabrication and installation of a 500-700 kg/day GEM rice parboiler, Rice grader (1.5-2 ton/hr) and ASI threshers (1.0-1.5 tons/ha). Benin= 1 Cote d’Ivoire= 1 Nigeria = 1 Mali = 1 Cameroon =1
  11. 11. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Post-harvest and processing technologies earmarked under TAAT MILLING COMPONENT: COLOR SORTER TASK 3.4.1: Procurement and demonstration of three improved rice color sorters (1.5-4 ton/hr) and two rice mills (500-750 kg/hr) for the provision of milling ($0.019/kg) and sorting ( $0.028/kg) services to rice processors by youth enterprises who are member of the innovation platform The characteristics of the color sorter to be supplied under this request are (Channels: 128; Output: 1.5-4 ton/hr; Sorting accuracy: > 99.9%; Optimized carryover: <10:1; Channels preset for primary sorting and re-sorting : 96:32; Voltage 220, 50 HZ; Main power: 1.12KW; Power of heater: 1.6; Air Pressure: 0.4-0.8 MPA; Air consumption: 600-1800 l/min; Weight: 720 kg; Dimension: 1.4x1x1.8m) Elevators: 2 Benin = 1 Cote d’Ivoire= 1 Nigeria =1
  12. 12. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Strategy to ensure fairness and cost-effectiveness Imported Equipment • Africa Rice Procurement Unit will handle all transactions related to the selection of in-country suppliers. • Quotations will be accepted from suppliers that have the legal right to operate in countries where the equipment will be installed. • Suppliers must show proof that they have previously supplied and installed the equipment. • AfricaRice and relevant partners will supervise first time installation under this project. The procurement of equipment and the labor needed for installation will be handled by the selected supplier. • Subsequent supply and installation of the equipment by the selected supplier will be controlled for conformity with quality standards by AfricaRice before payment.
  13. 13. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Strategy to ensure fairness and cost-effectiveness Locally Fabricated Equipment • Africa Rice Procurement Unit will handle all transactions related to selection of fabricators that will supply the technology. • Quotations will be accepted from fabricators that have the legal right to operate in countries where the equipment will be installed. Fabricators who have not received training on the fabrication of the equipment are also encouraged to apply. • AfricaRice and other relevant partners will visit the potential suppliers to access their capacity to supply the equipment within the expected time frame. • AfricaRice and relevant partners will supervise the construction of a standard sample equipment at the site of the selected in-country supplier and its installation at a selected innovation platform. The procurement of materials and the labor needed for the construction of this standard equipment will be handled by the selected supplier. • Subsequent supply and installation of the equipment by the selected supplier will be controlled for conformity with quality standards by AfricaRice before payment.
  14. 14. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 TASK 3.43: Promotion of technologies, high quality rice and rice-based products for markets • Support private sector package design, labelling and branding of products. • Product promotional events (Trade fairs) • Communication: TV, Radio, Blogs • Exchanges visits to share knowledge and experiences
  15. 15. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Expected outcomes of TAAT Post-harvest and Processing Technology deployment • Increased income and employment • EX: At least 90000 actors (parboilers, millers and traders) – 30000 per country at the end of Year 2 – benefit from improved rice sorting services and record a net increase in income of $3.8 per beneficiary. The assumption is that each system will sort 3 ton/hour at a cost of $28.8 per ton with an added value of $19 per ton. • Improved health due to improved diets for poor and vulnerable people • Ex: Improved parboiling, grading and sorting technology has generated at least 500000 tons of good quality and nutritious rice – 100000 tons per country at the end of Year 2. • Environment sustainability improved • Ex: Twelve parboiling sites use rice husk cook stoves for parboiling instead of wood stoves. Reduced deforestation related to parboiling activity achieved in target sites. The assumption is that parboilers are using 160 kg of wood to parboil a ton of paddy.
  16. 16. Project Kick-Off Workshop 6th - 7th September 2018 Thank You

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