Brief introduction on walnut
Technically a walnut is the seed of a drupe or drupaceous nut and thus not a true botanical nut. It is used for food after being processed, while green for pickled walnuts or after full ripening for its nutmeat. Walnuts usually grow well in cool climatic conditions. The yield of the crop is adversely affected by high temperatures. An evenly distributed annual rainfall of about 800 mm generates an optimum yield of the crop. Walnuts grow best in well-drained deep silt loamy or clay loamy soils.
Traditional green walnut peeling method
After harvested, in case of the flashy green peel turning brown and going perish with the infection caused by insects or mold, the green outer layer shall be peeled immediately. The peeling effect can be achieved by hand peeling after walnut peel cut by a peeling blade. Although the peeling process is much easier than the nut cracking, under a circumstance of mechanization worldwide, the industrial peeling effect is hard to be achieved by hand peeling.
Small green walnut peeling machine on sale
The advanced walnut peeling machine invented and developed by Shuliy machinery is characterized by high peeling efficiency, low maintenance, less damage rate, and reasonable price. With its small foot print, and low power consumption, the automatic green walnut peeling machine can be used in factories of small and medium sized walnut production line.