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What is the purpose of ripening bananas?
Ripe bananas are sweeter, softer, and easier to digest than unripe ones, so they need to ripen before eating. Bananas must ripen, though, as the taste is frequently not as good when they are picked as they are not yet fully mature.
After picking, the fruit goes through a series of chemical processes that help it ripen.
Air coolers can be used in banana ripening rooms, and they work by supplying cold air to the ripening room in order to maintain the room's temperature and humidity. When ripening, bananas need to be kept at a specific temperature and humidity level to speed up the process. In general, the ripening room's temperature should range from 16°C to 18°C and its relative humidity should be between 85% and 95%.
In order to ensure that the bananas ripen optimally, the chiller blows cold air to regulate the temperature and humidity in the ripening room. In order to avoid banana accumulation and slow the spread of pathogens, the chiller also helps to circulate the air in the ripening room.
To get the best ripening results when using air coolers to ripen bananas, the speed of the chiller and the amount of wind power need to be adjusted based on the quantity of bananas and the environment in the room. In order to ensure their proper operation and longevity, the ripening room and chillers also require routine cleaning and maintenance.
Longer shelf life results from slower ripening.
Less loss results from longer shelf life.
The fruit doesn't develop brown spots because of the high humidity.
The flesh is unmoving.
Fruit with higher quality costs more.
Low maintenance and simple to install.
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