This semi-automatic banana chips production line provides a balance between automation and manual labor, making it suitable for small to medium-scale operations looking to produce high-quality banana chips efficiently. Most chosen capacities are 30kg/h, 50kg/h, and 100 kg/h. Customized capacities are available. All the machines are made of 304 stainless steel. Low investment, stable performance, easy operation and maintenance. This line can also be adjusted for potato chips production. Further automation options are also available. Please have a look at the automatic banana chips production line.

Manufacturing Processes of Banana Chips Line

Peeling (manual):  Peel and remove the plantain/banana skin manually.
Banana Slicing Machine: Slices peeled bananas into thin, consistent banana chips. The banana slicing machine featured adjustable slicing thickness, high-speed blades for uniform cuts, and an easy-to-clean stainless steel design.
Banana Chips Frying Machine: Fries banana slices to achieve the desired crispiness. frying temperature:170-180℃,frying time:4-5 minutes. Temperature control, oil filtration system, stainless steel construction, and safety features like overheat protection.
Banana Chips De-oiling Machine: Removes excess oil from fried banana chips. Centrifugal force mechanism, easy collection of excess oil, stainless steel.
Banana Chips Seasoning Machine: Evenly applies seasoning to banana chips, adjustable seasoning amount, and uniform mixing.
Banana Chips Packaging Machine: Packs banana chips into bags for retail. Automatically completes the process of making a bag, filling nitrogen, packing, cutting, counting, and printing.

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Features of Small Scale Banana Chips Line

Small Space Needed: Designed to fit within a relatively small floor space (80-100 square meters), making it ideal for small to medium-scale operations.
Modular Design: The banana chips production line consists of several separate machines that can be added or removed based on specific requirements. This allows for flexibility and scalability.
Semi-Automation: Combines manual and automated processes for efficiency and control. Stable running, good performance, simple operation.
Multi-Functional: Some equipment, such as the slicer and fryer, is versatile enough to be used for other fruits and vegetables like sweet potatoes, apples, and plantains with minimal adjustments.
Durable and Food-Grade Materials: Constructed with high-quality stainless steel and other food-grade materials, ensuring durability, corrosion resistance, and compliance with food safety standards.
User-Friendly Interface: Machines come with easy-to-operate interfaces, often with digital displays and control panels that simplify operation, reducing the need for extensive training.

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    Technical Data of 50Kg/hr Small  Banana Chips Line

    Input 150kg/h,
    Output 50kg/h

    No. Equipment Model Power Dimension
    1 Banana Slicing Machine QP-600 1.5 kw 700*700*900mm
    2 Frying Machine DYZ-1500 36.0kw 1700*700*900mm
    3 De-oiling Machine TY-400 1.1kw 1000*500*700mm
    4 Seasoning Machine BL-800 1.1kw 1000*800*1300mm
    5 Vertical Packing Machine EW-320 2.0kw 2040*750*1640mm
    Small Banana Chips Plant

    Small Banana Chips Plant

    FAQs Of Banana Chips Production Line

    Answer: The minimum space required to set up a 50 kg/h banana chips production line is approximately 80-100 square meters. This includes space for machinery, raw material storage, packaging, and finished product storage, as well as aisles for movement and workflow.

    Answer: Bananas that are firm and slightly under-ripe are best for making banana chips. Varieties such as the Cavendish Bananas, Nendran Bananas, Saba Bananas, or the plantain are commonly used due to their texture and low moisture content, which make them ideal for frying.

    Answer: This production line is optimized for making banana chips, certain machines like the slicer, blancher, and fryer can be adjusted to handle other fruits or vegetables such as sweet potatoes, taro, or apples. However, specific modifications or additional equipment may be needed.

    Answer: Yes, further automation options are available, such as automated peeling frying or packaging systems, which can reduce labor costs and improve efficiency. However, this requires additional investment. Please have a look at our large-scale automatic banana chips production line.

    Answer: Yes, the slicing thickness in the banana slicing machine can typically be adjusted to meet specific requirements. This flexibility allows for banana chips production with varying thicknesses, depending on consumer preferences or market demands.

    Answer: Yes. We offer training and after-sales support to ensure that your operators are proficient in running and maintaining the banana chips machines.

    Answer: Consistent banana chip quality can be ensured by maintaining uniform slicing thickness, consistent frying temperatures, and precise seasoning. Regular training and supervision of operators also play a vital role in maintaining quality.

    Answer: Quality control is maintained through regular checks at various stages of banana chips production. This includes monitoring parameters such as slicing thickness, frying temperature, and seasoning levels. Sample testing for taste, texture, and appearance is also conducted routinely.

    Answer: The banana chips machines require daily cleaning, weekly checks, and monthly or quarterly detailed inspections to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

    Answer: Yes, a seasoning machine is used to produce flavored banana chips. The machine evenly coats the chips with various seasonings like salt, pepper, cheese, or other flavorings, allowing for product diversification.  By adjusting the seasoning process, the banana chips production line can also produce both sweet and salted banana chips. You may need separate seasoning machines or a thorough cleaning process between batches to avoid cross-contamination of flavors.

    Answer: Yes, the banana chips line allows for easy upgrades or additions to increase capacity. Just feel free to contact us to get an estimation.

    Answer: Various banana chips packaging options include plastic bags, laminated foil pouches, and vacuum-sealed packs. The choice of packaging depends on the target market, shelf life requirements, and consumer preferences. while Packaging materials that offer good barrier properties against moisture and oxygen are ideal for banana chips. Laminated foil pouches and metalized films extend shelf life by keeping chips crisp and fresh.

    Something about Banana Chips

    Banana Chips Plant Project

    Bananas are a nutritious food rich in potassium and fiber, which are fried or dehydrated to make banana chips. Banana chips contain essential vitamins and minerals, large amounts of saturated fat and key nutrients than fresh bananas, which is the best choice for snack food.

    Fried Banana Chips VS Sun-dried Banana Chips

    ☞ Fried banana chips: Frying machines removes more water of banana chips than sun-dried, high efficiency and output, save labor and time.
    ☞ Sun-dried banana chips: sun-dried banana chips use the solar to produce chips, so it is too slow to dry it into chips, it needs more labor force and time than banana chips making machines.

    Market Potential for Banana Chips

    1. Demand and Supply: There is a very large market for banana chips and they can be sold at all such places where people assemble like theatres, picnic spots, bus stands or railway stations, traffic junctions etc.
    2. Marketing Strategy: There is also institutional market consisting of clubs, canteens, and railway and airline caterers, co-operative consumer societies and so on. There will be a competition for good quality and attractive packing.

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