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Why are bananas required to ripen?
Ripe bananas are sweeter, softer, and more easily digested than unripe bananas. However, because bananas are frequently not fully ripe when picked, ripening is required to improve the taste.
After picking, a series of chemical reactions occur to promote the ripening of the fruit.
Air Coolers can be used in banana ripening rooms to provide cold air in order to maintain the temperature and humidity in the ripening room. To promote ripening, bananas must be kept at a specific temperature and humidity level while ripening. In general, the ripening room temperature should be between 16°C and 18°C, and the relative humidity should be between 85% and 95%.
By blowing cold air into the ripening room, the air cooler regulates the temperature and humidity, ensuring that the bananas ripen properly. Furthermore, the chiller helps to circulate the air in the ripening room, preventing banana accumulation and pathogen growth.
To achieve the best ripening results when using air coolers for ripening bananas, the speed of the chiller and the level of wind power must be adjusted according to the number of bananas and the environment in the room. Furthermore, the ripening room and chillers must be cleaned and maintained on a regular basis to ensure proper operation and longevity.
A longer shelf life is associated with slower ripening.
Less loss means a longer shelf life.
Brown spots on the fruit are prevented by high humidity.
The flesh remains firm.
There is less bruising.
Higher quality fruit is more expensive.
Simple to set up and maintain.
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