from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In gunpowder-manuf., incorporated cake, or mill-cake, ready for granulation.
- n. In the manufacture of fatty acids for candles, the residual cake of stearic and palmitic acids from which the ‘red oil’ or oleic acid has been removed by pressure.
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After pressing, the cage is removed from the press and put on the expel stand to free the cake, after which the oil extraction process is repeated using the first press-cake as raw material.
The press-cake can be ground in a hammer mill, rolled, moisturized and pressed to give additional oil.
Copra throughput was a little over 50 kg/in and the yield of clarified oil, expeller cake and filter press-cake was 56.8%, 35% and 6%, respectively, from copra containing 4.4% moisture.
The moistened seed is passed through the expeller three times to yield 47 kg of crude oil and 50 kg of press-cake.
The strains of Neurospora intermedia also contain cellulases that reduce the natural fibre content of the peanut or coconut press-cake.
In addition, it has been found that the content of aflatoxin, always present in peanut press-cake, is reduced (29).
The slabs of press-cake are so hard and tough that if one were banged on
The liquified cacao bean put into the pots contains 54 to 55 per cent. of butter, whilst the cocoa press-cake taken out usually contains only 25 to 30 per cent.
Fodder such as cottonseed press-cake cannot be shipped in large amounts as it takes three times as much shipping to transport feed as it does the meat made by the animals from it.
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