Chips Processing

Dried cassava chips are widely applied in the production process and easier to ship than fresh cassava. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including alcohol, animal feed, and the cassava starch industry, and many more.

Cassava Chips

Cassava chips are typically made by peeling and slicing the cassava roots into thin, uniform slices.

Dry cassava chips widely used for alcohol, animal feed and cassava starch industry, alcohol plants, feed mills, starch plants all have a lot of cassava chips consumption. Compared with fresh cassava, cassava chips are more easily to shippment, also can storage longer time. Dry cassava chips are a rich raw material for the production of ethanol fuel, and also a raw material for the manufacture of alcohol and citric acid, especially popular by the cassava wine producers. The cost of cassava edible alcohol is the lowest among the three major raw materials, and raw material low price has opened up a considerable profit margin for cassava edible alcohol production.

Cassava chips are used to produce ethanol: compared to corn, cassava has a higher starch content. Compared with corn ethanol, the cost per ton of cassava ethanol is 260-350 US dollars lower, and the sales price per ton of cassava ethanol is 656 US dollars/ton. Calculations, plus by-products produced during the cassava ethanol production process, minus other costs,