There are two common oil presses in oil mills, 380v and 220v, of which 380 is more versatile. 380v is three-phase electricity, 220 is two-phase electricity, and two-phase electricity is also household electricity. Many oil mills want to know how much oil the oil press 220 produces in a day. Because some places do not have the power of the three-phase electric oil press 220w, there is a big gap between the output and the three-phase electric oil press.

The oil press 220 is a 70 type oil press. The 70-type oil press is also called a vehicle-mounted mobile oil press. It is mainly suitable for relatively few raw materials, not concentrated personnel, no three-phase electricity, or going to the market. The main advantage is that it is convenient to move, and it can be pulled by a tricycle to squeeze the oil, and it does not require much power. The two-phase electric oil press has low power and low pressure, so the output is relatively small. The 70-type oil press can process common oils such as rapeseed, peanut, sesame, sunflower, flax and so on.

It mainly uses roasting, pressing and filtering processes, so the supporting equipment is generally a three-piece set of seed frying machine, oil press and oil filter. The two-phase electric oil press can process about 100-110 kg of rapeseed and 80-90 kg of peanut in an hour. Generally, the oil yield of rapeseed is 38-42 kilograms of oil per 100 kilograms. One day is calculated as eight hours. More than 300 catties of oil can be produced a day. The oil yield of peanuts is generally 45-50 kilograms of oil per 100 kilograms. More than 300 kilograms of oil can be produced a day. The oil squeezed out by 220y oil press is the same as that of two-phase electric oil press whether it is rapeseed oil, peanut oil or sesame oil. Users can choose according to local actual conditions.