A tobacco re-drying and threshing plant is a facility that processes tobacco leaves after they have been harvested from the field. The primary purpose of these facilities is to reduce the moisture content of the tobacco leaves, which helps to preserve them and improve their quality.
This is typically done through a process called “re-drying,” which involves exposing the tobacco leaves to heat or airflow to evaporate excess moisture.
|220 V/380 V
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In some cases, tobacco leaves may also be threshed at these facilities. Threshing is the process of separating the tobacco leaves from the stem and other plant material. This is typically done by machine, using a combination of mechanical force and air to separate the leaves from the stem.
Tobacco re-drying and threshing plants are typically highly regulated, as tobacco products are subject to strict quality control measures to ensure their safety and consistency. These facilities may also be responsible for storing and packaging the tobacco leaves for shipping to other facilities where they will be used to manufacture tobacco products.