A jaggery plant is a processing unit that converts sugarcane juice into jaggery, a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar. The plant consists of various machines and equipment like crushers, boilers, and vats, which work in a sequence to extract and process the sugarcane juice. The juice is then boiled, clarified, and dried to form solid blocks of jaggery. Jaggery plants are commonly found in rural areas of India, where they play a significant role in the local economy and provide employment opportunities to many.
JAGGERY/GUD MAKING MACHINE Jaggery (gur) making at small scale near sugarcane farm in Pakistan. Boiling the sugarcane juice in large-scale jaggery (gur) making in India. Transferring boiled sugarcane juice into vessel to dry. Gud or jaggery: Sugarcane-derived raw sugar crystallised cubes or blocks.
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