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Debranning, Degerming, Dehulling, Whitening & Polishing


Satake designs and manufactures the most comprehensive range of machines, processes and instrumentation for the rice sector. The equipment encompasses cultivation, harvesting, storage, primary and secondary processing of varieties of rice produced throughout the world.

Since the founding of the company in 1896 by Riichi Satake, the production of rice processing equipment has constituted the core activity of the company.

Satake Australia can respond and meet your requirements for new rice milling technology, whether it be from simple laboratory equipment, an individual machine or a fully automated turnkey installation.

Satake also stocks and supplies a complete range of spare parts for Satake rice milling machines.

Complete Rice Processing Lines & Machines

Satake Corporation’s research and development efforts have been continuously focused on the goal of achieving the optimum performance, durability and sanitary design. Our equipment ensures the highest yields and minimum breakage on all rice verities. The very latest technology, process experience and cost effective solutions are just some of the reasons that Satake’s rice milling equipment can be be found operating in more than 140 countries. (more)

Laboratory and Rice Testing Machines

Satake knows that consistent quality is of great importance to any rice grower, trader, miller or purchaser. We produce a comprehensive range of rice testing equipment. Our laboratory huskers, graders and whiteners can be used for pilot and trial milling work. Our milling meter is the standard instrument of rice mill quality measurement in many areas of the world. (more)

One Pass Rice Milling Machines

Satake recognise that rice is one of the most important and fundamental foods of mankind. We produce a range of one pass rice milling machines that are ideally suited to ‘village’ scale rice production. The machines can be driven by petrol or diesel engine for areas where the availably of an electricity supply cannot be guaranteed. (more)