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Agro Technologies

The company is engage into designing and manufacturing of machinery for agriculture produce. It has different verticals for different agricultural produce.

  • Oil Extraction Plants: Rice bran oil and other oil cakes extraction plants,

  • Rice Processing Machinery (plain and par boiled)

  • Herbal and pharmaceutical plants

  •  Post Harvest Machinery : Cleaners, Graders, Seperators, De-Stoners, Blowers, Aspirators,
  • Seed treaters, Mobile Plants

  • Food Processing Machinery

  • Mushroom Processing Machinery

  • Pulse Mills

  • Cattle and Poultry Feed Mills

  • Material Handling: Bucket Elevator, Hopper, conveyors



Rice Bran Oil RBO has gained a wide popularity due to its considerable importance in the last few years for its health benefits. It has gained many applications in food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and chemical industries because of its unique properties and medicinal value.The RBO is known as a wonder oil for its numerous health benefits. RBO is regarded as miracle product obtained from the outer layer of the brown rice. The rice bran contains 10-26% oil depending on the variety, milling process, and other agro-climatic conditions.India is the leading producer of RBO followed by Japan, Thailand and China. As of 2014, the global production reached up to 1.2 million tons, with India contributing about 75% (900,000 tons) of the total. The production is tremendously increasing with about 50 thousand tons yearly.Solvent extraction method is used to recover oil from any materials with low oil content, or for pre-pressed oil cakes in order to obtained high oil content. Hexane is the most commonly used solvent for this method, its relatively cheap and excellent for oil extraction.


RBO is widely used in food, pharmaceutical and chemical industry because of its unique properties and high medicinal value. The desirable health benefits and functional attribute of RBO make it useful for foods, cosmetics and pharmaceutical. There is an increasing interest in the use of RBO in a wide variety of health products because of consumer’s demand for natural products.

Food Uses:

RBO is used extensively as a premium edible oil in many Asian counties like Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan and Thailand. In Japan, it is popularly known as ‘Heart Oil’ . It is a household cooking oil and gaining high popularity in commercial cooking also. It is generally considered as the highest quality vegetable oil for cooking in terms of its fatty acid profile, cooking quality and shelf life. It is more stable at higher temperature, gives better taste and flavour to foods. When use for frying, takes less time and food absorbed 15% less oil leading to its economy. About one-thirds of all Japanese restaurants in US have shifted to the RBO in the last decades.

Cosmetic Uses:

RBO is growing much stronger for specialty ingredients in the cosmetic or personal care market. In cosmetics industry, it is used to produce sunscreen lotions, nail polishes, lipsticks and hair conditioners. This is because of its γ-oryzanol content that acts as protective agent against the lipid peroxidation cause by UV light, and the ferulic acid and its esters present in the γ-oryzanol also stimulates hair growth and prevent aging. The γ-oryzanol concentration of 1-2% w/w can serve as natural antioxidants in protecting skin from free radicals. The squalene and tocotrienols in the RBO are important for skin softening and repair. The undiluted form of RBO was reported to be safe cosmetic ingredient. In an in vivo assessment of nanoemulsions developed using 10% RBO, it was found to have good potential for use in cosmetic products due to its improved skin moisture, low irritation potential, and maintained normal skin pH when applied to human skin. An encapsulated RBO in solid lipid nanoparticle (SLN) (1.28% w/w RBO) has shown a higher skin hydration than a cream base when applied for 7, 14, and 28 days. The skin viscoelasticity has also increased significantly in a range of 4-5% for 7, 14 and 28 days.

Pharmaceutical uses:

RBO is in used in pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries because of its unique properties and medicinal values. The significant level of its micronutrients make it unique and suitable for use in nutraceutical and pharmaceutical products. The RBO is used as supplement for body builders and athletes for muscle developments. Studies have shown that administration of RBO to both human and animals lowers the cholesterol level to an appreciable level. Consumption of diet containing RBO was also found to lower LDL cholesterol by 7%. This activity was believed to be as a result of γ-oryzanol present. The tocols (tocopherols and tocotrienols) present in RBO possess antioxidants and anti-tumor properties. It was reported that RBO can reduce the risk of low density lipoprotein (LDP) which is a bad cholesterol by about 6-75%. It was also reported to reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) by 3-10% [24] and have anti-inflammatory properties in several rodents, primate and human models. In an animal’s study in which hamsters were treated with RBO, an early atherosclerosis was found to be reduced by 48% with refine RBO relative to canola and coconut oil.

Feed and other uses:

The soapstock and DORB is used as animal feed . Unprocessed gum obtained during degumming are also added to animal meals and pellets to increase their nutritive value or used as emulsifier in many industries. The RBO have been used for the extraction of γ-oryzanol, tocopherol and tocotrienols for nutraceutical applications. A high amount of γ-oryzanol can be separated from soapstock by-product of RBO processing. The soapstock is also used as a source of glycerides containing mono- and diglycerides that are used as emulsifiers in food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic industries. A food grade wax have can also be extracted from RBO.