CN209846135U - Mango stone removing device and mango processing equipment - Google Patents

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CN209846135U
CN209846135U CN201822018194.4U CN201822018194U CN209846135U CN 209846135 U CN209846135 U CN 209846135U CN 201822018194 U CN201822018194 U CN 201822018194U CN 209846135 U CN209846135 U CN 209846135U
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The utility model discloses a mango stone removing device and mango processing equipment, wherein the mango stone removing device comprises a feed chute, a stone removing cutter and a material pushing component, and the material pushing component is arranged at one side of the feed chute and is used for pushing mangoes in the feed chute; the cutter that denucleates vertically sets up the opposite side at the feed chute, and the cutting edge orientation of the cutter that denucleates forms between the cutter in the feed chute and cuts apart the passageway. The utility model realizes the denucleation function of mango, saves the time and labor consumed by artificial denucleation, and improves the production efficiency; meanwhile, the transmission structure is simple, and the required parts are fewer, so that the cost is lower; the working flow is simple, so the production period of denucleation is short and the efficiency is improved.

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Mango stone removing device and mango processing equipment
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the field of food machinery, concretely relates to mango device and mango processing equipment that denucleates.
Background
Mango is a famous tropical fruit, rich in nutrition, sweet in taste and popular with consumers, so that mango is widely used for making mango products such as pulp salad, mango juice and the like.
In the process of manufacturing various mango products, a process of removing the cores is indispensable. There are generally two ways to denucleate mango: (1) the manual denucleation is commonly used in workshop-type production environment, the production efficiency is low, the labor cost is high, and the yield is limited to a certain extent. (2) The denucleation process is carried out by adopting small-sized automatic machinery or assembly line type operation, the standardized production can be realized, the production efficiency is higher, but because the shape and the size of the mango have individual difference, the existing denucleation equipment usually adopts a very complicated transmission structure, and the denucleation equipment has more related parts, higher cost and various processes, and is not suitable for a household kitchen or a production environment with relatively less yield requirement.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to overcome the defects of the prior art, the utility model aims at providing a mango stone removing device which can cut mango to separate the stone from the pulp; a second object of the utility model is to provide a mango processing equipment, it can cut the mango, makes stone and pulp produce the separation.
A mango stone removing device comprises a feed chute, a stone removing cutter and a pushing assembly, wherein the pushing assembly is arranged on one side of the feed chute and used for pushing mangoes in the feed chute; the cutter that denucleates vertically sets up the opposite side of feed chute, the cutting edge orientation of cutter that denucleates in the feed chute, form between the cutter that denucleates and cut apart the passageway.
Furthermore, the material pushing assembly comprises a material pushing plate and a linear driving piece, the material pushing plate is arranged on one side in the feeding groove, the linear driving piece is arranged outside the same side of the feeding groove, and the linear driving piece is in transmission connection with the material pushing plate.
Further, the linear driving piece is a material pushing cylinder.
Further, the number of the coring cutters is at least two.
Further, the coring cutter is a flexible filamentous cutter.
Further, the bottom of the feeding groove is provided with a V-shaped surface.
Further, the top surface of feed chute is provided with the drain hole.
Further, be provided with the mount pad in the feed chute, the cutter denucleates with the mount pad passes through bolt fixed connection, so that the cutter denucleates is fixed in the feed chute.
Furthermore, the material pushing plate is provided with anti-skid grains.
A mango processing device comprises a mango stoning device.
Compared with the prior art, the beneficial effects of the utility model are that: the mango placed in the feeding groove is pushed by the pushing assembly, the mango is pressed on the stoning cutter, and the mango passes through the dividing channel and is separated from the fruit stone and the fruit pulp. The utility model realizes the denucleation function of mango, saves the time and labor consumed by artificial denucleation, and improves the production efficiency; meanwhile, the transmission structure is simple, and the required parts are fewer, so that the cost is lower; the working flow is simple, so the production period of denucleation is short and the efficiency is improved.
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FIG. 1 is a left side view of a mango processing apparatus;
fig. 2 is a first perspective view of the mango processing apparatus;
FIG. 3 is a second perspective view of the mango processing apparatus;
FIG. 4 is a view showing the arrangement of mangoes;
FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the mango coring device;
FIG. 6 is a top plan view of the mango coring device;
FIG. 7 is an overall perspective view of the dicing and peeling apparatus;
FIG. 8 is a partial schematic view of a dicing and peeling apparatus;
FIG. 9 is a front view of a portion of the cubing and debarking arrangement;
FIG. 10 is a left side view of a portion of the cubing and debarking arrangement;
FIG. 11 is a perspective view of the guide;
FIG. 12 is a perspective view of the hopper, guide plate and rotary motor portion;
FIG. 13 is a cross-sectional view of the guide plate rotated to form an opening with one end of the hopper;
FIG. 14 is a cross-sectional view of the guide plate rotated to form an opening with the other end of the hopper;
FIG. 15 is a perspective view of a discharge chute;
FIG. 16 is a top view of a discharge chute;
FIG. 17 is a perspective view of the juicer;
FIG. 18 is a schematic view of a cleaning system;
fig. 19 is a sectional view of the outer case.
In the figure: 10. mango; 20. a mango kernel removing device; 21. a feed chute; 22. a denucleation cutter; 23. a material pushing plate; 24. a material pushing cylinder; 25. a "V" shaped face; 26. dividing a channel; 27. a discharging port; 28. a mounting seat; 30. dicing and peeling devices; 31. an outer housing; 311. a kernel channel; 312. a pulp channel; 313. salient points; 32. a first linear module; 33. a second linear module; 34. a dicing cutter; 35. a soft rubber brush; 40. a guide device; 41. a hopper; 411. a kernel collection chamber; 42. a guide plate; 43. a rotating electric machine; 44. a discharge chute; 441. a first inlet; 442. a second inlet; 443. a finished product outlet; 45. a juicing device; 50. cleaning the system; 51. a water inlet joint; 52. a plug; 53. a nozzle; 54. a pipeline.
Detailed Description
The present invention will be further described with reference to the accompanying drawings and the detailed description, and it should be noted that the embodiments or technical features described below can be arbitrarily combined to form a new embodiment without conflict.
The utility model discloses a mango device that denucleates to and mango processing equipment. The mango stone removal device is used for separating a kernel part and a pulp part of mango. In the embodiment, the mango processing equipment comprises a mango kernel removing device and other parts, and the mango pulp after kernel removal is further prepared into mango salad or mango juice by adding procedures such as dicing, peeling and guiding after the kernel removal procedure.
It should be noted that this embodiment will be described in detail in connection with the entire mango processing apparatus, of which the mango coring device is a part, as will be fully described hereinafter.
Referring to fig. 1-3, the mango processing apparatus of the present invention includes a mango coring device 20, a dicing and peeling device 30, a guiding device 40, a cleaning system 50, and a control section.
Mango kernel removing device 20, mango kernel removing device 20 includes feed chute 21, stoning cutter 22, pushes away the material subassembly. The pushing assembly is arranged on the side surface of the feeding chute 21 and comprises a pushing plate 23 and a linear driving member, and the linear driving member is preferably a pushing cylinder 24. With particular reference to fig. 5-6. The mango stone removing device 20 is used for separating the kernel and the pulp of the mango 10, and pushing the pulp subjected to stone removal to the dicing and peeling device 30.
In order to better adapt to the shape and size of the mango 10, the feeding groove 21 is in a hollow cuboid shape, and the top surface of the feeding groove is provided with a discharging hole 27 for placing a single mango 10; the shape of the mango 10 is mostly a long flat shape, and when the mango 10 is placed in the feed chute 21, the mango 10 is erected with the long side as the bottom, and placed in the feed chute 21, and the mango stone is also erected (see fig. 4). Referring to fig. 6, the pushing plate 23 is disposed on one side inside the feeding chute 21, the pushing cylinder 24 is disposed outside the same side of the feeding chute 21 and is in transmission connection with the pushing plate 23, and the pushing cylinder 24 drives the pushing plate 23 to move toward the feeding chute 21, so as to push the mangoes 10 in the feeding chute 21. Preferably, the ejector plate 23 is provided with anti-slip lines, which is beneficial to preventing the ejector plate 23 from slipping when pushing the mango 10.
With reference to fig. 5, the coring tool 22 is longitudinally disposed on the other side of the feed chute 21 relative to the feed chute 21, specifically, a mounting seat 28 is disposed in the feed chute 21, and the coring tool 22 is fixedly connected to the mounting seat 28 by bolts, so that the coring tool 22 is fixed in the feed chute 21. The number of coring cutters 22 is at least two, and preferably, the number of coring cutters 22 is two, with the cutting edges facing into the feed chute 21, with a dividing channel 26 formed therebetween. When the stripper plate 23 pushes the mango 10 against the coring knife 22, the mango 10 is cut by the knife and cut into three parts: the coring blade 22 cuts the flesh on both sides of the stone, the stone and a small amount of flesh associated with the upper and lower ends of the stone passing through the middle of the dividing channel 26, and the flesh on both sides (with the peel) passing outside the coring blade 22, which means that the mango 10 is divided into a middle stone portion and two side flesh portions.
Specifically, the bottom surface of feed chute 21 is provided with "V" form face 25, because mango 10 is mostly rectangular platykurtic, and the operator needs to use the long limit to erect mango 10 as the bottom, consequently "V" form face 25 can better support the bottom of mango 10, can make placing of mango 10 comparatively stable, and difficult emergence is turned on one's side or is emptyd, when being favorable to scraping wings 23 to impel mango 10, mango 10's gesture keeps more stable.
In particular, the coring tools 22 may be at least two in number, and preferably two, to form the intermediate partition passage 26. The coring blade 22 may be a rigid, sheet-like blade or may be a flexible, wire-like blade. In this embodiment, referring to FIG. 5, a wire cutter is preferably used. Because the sizes of the mangos 10 are different, the widths of the kernels are different, if a rigid sheet-shaped cutter is adopted, the width of the dividing channel 26 cannot be adjusted, and if the denucleation gap is too small, the kernels are not completely cut; if the coring gap is too large, the pit is cut off with too much pulp. Because the hardness of the kernel is greater than that of the pulp, and the filiform cutter with proper hardness (greater than the hardness of the pulp and less than the hardness of the kernel) is adopted, the filiform cutter can generate elastic deformation in the process of kernel removal, the pulp can be cut but the kernel cannot be cut, sliding cutting is carried out on the surface of the kernel, the pulp on the surface of the kernel can be fully separated, the yield of the pulp is improved, and the mango kernel removing device can adapt to mangos with different sizes and shapes of the kernel.
A dicing and peeling apparatus 30. the dicing and peeling apparatus 30 includes an outer housing 31, a first linear module 32, a second linear module 33, and a dicing blade 34, as shown in fig. 7-8. The cubing and decorticating device 30 is in communication with the mango coring device 20 for cutting the cored flesh into pieces and separating them from the peel to form the pieces of flesh, i.e., mango salad.
Referring to fig. 2 and 7, the side of the outer housing 31 is provided with an opening, which communicates with the side of the feed chute 21 opposite to the knife, so that the mango 10 enters the inner portion of the outer housing 31 after the mango pulp and the stone are separated by the dividing passage 26. Specifically, as shown in fig. 2, the outer shell 31 has only two lateral sides, one end of which is communicated with the feeding chute 21, an elongated core passage 311 is provided at the middle position of the bottom of the outer shell 31, and the core passage 311 is specifically an elongated opening for discharging separated cores: when the core pulp is separated into three sections and enters the outer shell 31, the long-strip-shaped core falls out of the outer shell 31 through the core passage 311. The two sides of the bottom of the outer shell 31 are provided with the latticed pulp channels 312, and since the pulp channels 312 are latticed and the pulp is still in a strip shape at this time, the pulp is supported and cannot fall off; only after the subsequent dicing is completed, the small pieces of pulp fall out through the pulp passage 312.
In particular, in the present embodiment, for convenience of explanation, the front-rear direction and the left-right direction are defined, and referring to fig. 8, 9, and 10, the driving sliding direction of the first linear module 32 is the front-rear direction, and the second linear driving sliding direction is the left-right direction.
The first linear module 32 is fixedly arranged at the upper part of the outer shell 31, and the specific arrangement direction is longitudinally arranged relative to the side opening of the outer shell 31; the second horizontal module is horizontally and vertically arranged at the bottom of the first linear module 32, the specific arrangement direction is transverse relative to the side opening of the outer shell 31, and the first linear module 32 can drive the second linear module 33 to move in the front-back direction; the dicing tool 34 is disposed on the second linear module 33 and is in transmission connection with the second linear module 33, and the second linear module 33 can drive the dicing tool 34 to move in the left-right direction, so that the dicing tool 34 can move in the front, rear, left-right directions. Specifically, the dicing blade 34 is a grid-shaped blade, two in number, and is longitudinally arranged in the front-rear direction defined in the present embodiment. Specifically, the first linear module 32 and the second linear module 33 are each driven by a motor or other driving element provided correspondingly.
Referring to fig. 7, the side wall, i.e. the left and right side surfaces, of the outer shell 31 are provided with anti-slip structures, specifically, bumps 313, for increasing the friction between the peel and the side wall, so as to facilitate the subsequent peeling operation.
Referring to fig. 10, the dicing cutter 34 is provided with a soft rubber brush 35, and the soft rubber brush 35 can clean the side wall of the outer housing 31. Specifically, the soft rubber brush 35 may be disposed on the edge of the dicing cutter 34, so that after the pulp is cut, the dicing cutter 34 continues to move, and the soft rubber brush 35 will touch the peel and clean the peel relatively late.
After the pulp and the stones are separated, the stones enter the outer shell 31 and fall out of the stone channel 311, and the pulp on both sides enters the outer shell 31. The initial position of the dicing cutter 34 is now inside the coring cutter 22, i.e. the pulp is now between the side wall of the outer shell 31 and the dicing cutter 34. Referring to fig. 9, the second linear module moves to drive the dicing blade 34 to move in the left-right direction, so as to press the pulp with the peel on both sides onto the left side wall and the right side wall of the outer casing 31, at this time, the dicing blade 34 sinks into the surface of the pulp, the peel sticks to the side wall, the dicing blade 34 cuts the pulp into blocks (without touching the peel), and at this time, the bottom of the pulp is also accompanied with the peel. Since the dicing blade 34 contacts the pulp first and then the peel, the dicing blade 34 can cut only the pulp without touching the peel as long as it is fed by an appropriate distance. Referring to fig. 10, the second linear module 33 stops driving, the first linear module 32 drives the second linear module 33 and the dicing cutter 34 to move forward and backward, and the dicing cutter 34 sunk into the pulp can cut the pulp forward and backward, so that the bottom of the pulp is cut off from the peel, and the pulp formed into a block completely separates from the peel and falls through the pulp channel 312. Because of the raised points 313 on the side wall, the friction between the peel and the side wall is greater, and the flesh can be cut more easily. When the back cutting is finished and the pulp falls completely, the dicing cutter 34 moves forward and backward by a larger margin, so that the peel on the side wall is swept out by the soft rubber brush 35 arranged on the edge of the dicing cutter 34, and the effect of cleaning the side wall is achieved.
The guide device 40, referring to fig. 11, the guide device 40 includes a hopper 41, a guide plate 42, a rotary motor 43, and a discharge chute 44. The guiding device 40 is communicated with the dicing and peeling device 30, so that the blocky pulp enters the guiding device 40 and is guided out of the mango 10 processing equipment, and the making of the mango 10 salad can be completed.
Referring to fig. 12, the hopper 41 is of a funnel-shaped structure and is disposed below the dicing and peeling apparatus 30 for collecting the core and the lump of pulp. The hopper 41 comprises a kernel collecting cavity 411, the kernel collecting cavity 411 is arranged in the middle of an opening above the hopper 41 and is correspondingly arranged below the kernel channel 311 for collecting kernels; the two sides of the kernel collecting cavity 411 are hollow, are correspondingly arranged below the pulp channel 312, and directly lead to the bottom opening of the hopper 41 for collecting the block-shaped pulp. When the separation of the kernels is completed, the kernels fall into the kernel collecting cavity 411 of the hopper 41 through the kernel channel 311; the pulp, after being cut into pieces, falls through the pulp channel 312 into the hopper 41 and is directed out through the bottom opening of the hopper 41.
Referring to fig. 13 to 14, the guide plate 42 is hinged in the bottom opening of the hopper 41 and is driven by a rotary motor 43, and the guide plate 42 can rotate around a rotary shaft in the hopper 41. The guide plate 42 switches between positions in which one end abuts against the hopper 41 and the other end abuts against the hopper 41: since the rotation shaft is provided at an eccentric position of the guide plate 42, when one end of the guide plate 42 abuts against the inner wall of the hopper 41, the other end forms an opening with the hopper 41. Specifically, the method comprises the following steps: when the left end of the guide plate 42 abuts against the inner wall of the hopper 41, the right end forms an opening with the hopper 41; when the right end of the guide plate 42 abuts against the inner wall of the hopper 41, the left end forms an opening with the hopper 41.
Referring to fig. 15-16, a discharge chute 44 is disposed below the hopper 41 and communicates with the hopper 41 for collecting the pulp pieces and guiding them out as salad or juice, or a beverage mixed with pulp and juice. The top of the discharging chute 44 is provided with two channels, namely a first inlet 441 and a second inlet 442, wherein the first inlet 441 is used for leading out the pulp salad, and the second inlet 442 is used for leading out the fruit juice; the bottom of the discharging chute 44 is provided with a finished product outlet 443, and the bottoms of the first inlet 441 and the second inlet 442 are both communicated with the finished product outlet 443, wherein the second inlet 442 is internally and fixedly provided with a juice extracting device 45, as shown in fig. 17. Here, the juice extracting device 45 is a conventional juice extracting mechanism. Specifically, a mechanism in which a motor drives two screws that rotate toward the center at the same time to squeeze the pulp may be employed.
When only the preparation of mango salad is required, referring to fig. 13, the guide plate 42 is driven to rotate by the rotating motor 43, forming an opening with respect to one end of the first inlet 441 and a seal with respect to one end of the second inlet 442. The pulp pieces in the hopper 41 drop into the first inlet 441 and are finally discharged from the finished product outlet 443 of the discharge chute 44, and a container is placed below the finished product outlet 443 for loading, so that the mango salad can be obtained.
When only mango juice needs to be prepared, referring to fig. 14, the guide plate 42 is driven to rotate by the rotating motor 43, forming a seal with respect to one end of the first inlet 441 and an opening with respect to one end of the second inlet 442. The pulp pieces in the hopper 41 drop into the second inlet 442, are extracted into juice by the juice extractor 45 in the second inlet 442, and are finally discharged from the product outlet 443 of the discharge chute 44, so that mango juice is obtained.
When the beverage mixed with pulp and juice is required to be prepared, the pulp and the juice are respectively prepared according to the flow, and are mixed according to a proper proportion, so that the beverage mixed with the pulp and the juice can be obtained.
Cleaning system 50, cleaning system 50 includes water inlet connector 51, pipeline 54, end cap 52 and nozzle 53, is used for rinsing mango processing equipment's inside (specifically the inside of shell 31). Referring to fig. 18-19, the water inlet connector 51 is disposed outside the outer housing 31 and connected to an external water source; the pipeline 54 is arranged inside the outer shell 31, one end of the pipeline is communicated with the water inlet joint 51, the other end of the pipeline is communicated with the nozzle 53, and clean water or cleaning agent enters the pipeline 54 through the water inlet joint 51 and is sprayed into the outer shell 31 from the nozzle 53 to clean the equipment; the plug 52 is used for sealing certain sections of the pipeline; the nozzle 53 is provided on the inner side surface of the outer case 31. The nozzle 53 is preferably a stainless steel fan nozzle 53 to maximize the area available for cleaning.
It should be noted that the above-mentioned material pushing cylinder 24, the linear module, the rotating motor 43, the moving component, the driving component, etc. are only named for their functions, and this embodiment is only suitable for illustration, and is not limited to selecting a specific driving component or a transmission component, and can also replace other common electromechanical components in the field of cost that can implement the same operation, and is mainly determined according to the requirement. In addition, there are some auxiliary components commonly used in the art, such as connecting pieces, fastening pieces, adapters, and the like, which can be referred to in the drawings specifically and are not described in detail herein.
Meanwhile, it should be particularly noted that the above-mentioned control part (including all control parts of each part of the control equipment) is electrically connected with each device, and the above-mentioned actions are realized by the mechanism in a conventional control manner, which can be realized by those skilled in the art on a simple "control-feedback" level; the utility model discloses the key point of protection lies in the physical structure of mango processing equipment, and therefore detailed control method is not repeated in this embodiment.
The following explains the working flow of mango processing equipment: an operator firstly puts the mangos 10 in the feed chute 21 vertically with the long edge as the bottom; the pushing cylinder 24 drives the pushing plate 23 to push the mango 10 to the denucleation cutter 22, and the mango 10 is cut by the blade and is divided into a middle core part and two side pulp parts; the core portions fall through the core passage 311 into the core collection chamber 411 of the hopper 41; the pulp portion is held within the outer housing 31 with the dicing blade 34 in an initial position inside the coring blade 22, i.e., with the pulp between the side walls of the outer housing 31 and the dicing blade 34. The second linear module moves to drive the dicing cutter 34 to move left and right, so as to press the pulp on both sides onto the left side wall and the right side wall of the outer shell 31, and the dicing cutter 34 sinks into the pulp and divides the pulp into blocks. The second linear module stops driving afterwards, and first linear module drives, drives second linear module and dicing cutter 34 and moves backward and forward, and the dicing cutter 34 that is absorbed in the pulp can be to cutting off between the bottom of pulp and the peel. The pulp is completely sloughed off, forming clumps of pulp (i.e. salad), and falls through the pulp passage 312 into the hopper 41. When the back cutting is finished and the pulp falls completely, the dicing cutter 34 moves forward and backward by a larger margin, so that the peel on the side wall is swept out by the soft rubber brush 35 arranged on the edge of the dicing cutter 34, and the effect of cleaning the side wall is achieved. The lump pulp in the hopper 41 falls into the discharging groove 44, and when the end of the guide plate 42 opposite to the first inlet 441 forms an opening with the hopper 41, the lump pulp enters the first inlet 441 and is directly led out, so that the salad can be obtained; when the end of the guiding plate 42 opposite to the second inlet 442 forms an opening with the hopper 41, the massive pulp enters the second inlet 442, and the juice is extracted by the juice extracting device 45 and flows out, so that the fruit juice can be obtained; if the pulp and juice mixed beverage is needed, the pulp and juice are respectively led out and mixed according to a proper proportion. After the preparation is finished, the control part controls the water inlet joint 51 to be communicated with an external water source, and the nozzle 53 sprays clean water or other cleaning liquid into the equipment so as to finish the cleaning of the equipment.
Through the detailed explanation to the above embodiment, it can be understood that the utility model discloses a mango coring device 20 comes to carry out the separation of stone and pulp to complete mango 10, comes to cut and peel the pulp through dicing peeling apparatus 30, comes to carry out different directions to the pulp through guider 40 and derives to go out, so that spout 44 makes salad or fruit juice with pulp selectivity, comes to carry out inside washing to the equipment through cleaning system 50, controls the action of each device through the control part, and the collaborative work. The utility model realizes the flow of complete processes such as denucleation, peeling, pulp cutting, derivation, cleaning and the like in the preparation of mango 10 salad, and can further prepare fruit juice for the salad, so that the function of the device is more diversified; the production is not needed to be carried out by hands in the middle of each process, the automation degree is high, the yield of the salad is greatly improved, the time and the cost consumed by manpower preparation are saved, an operator only needs to carry out simple operation of loading on the whole mango 10 to obtain the finished salad/fruit juice product, and the higher automation can be realized by further matching with other loading mechanisms.
The above embodiments are only preferred embodiments of the present invention, and the protection scope of the present invention cannot be limited thereby, and any insubstantial changes and substitutions made by those skilled in the art based on the present invention are all within the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. The mango stone removing device is characterized by comprising a feed chute, a stone removing cutter and a material pushing assembly, wherein the material pushing assembly is arranged on one side of the feed chute and used for pushing mangoes in the feed chute; the cutter that denucleates vertically sets up the opposite side of feed chute, the cutting edge orientation of cutter that denucleates in the feed chute, form between the cutter that denucleates and cut apart the passageway.
2. The mango stone removal device as claimed in claim 1, wherein the pushing assembly includes a pushing plate disposed at one side of the feeding chute and a linear driving member disposed at the same side of the feeding chute, the linear driving member being in driving connection with the pushing plate.
3. A mango stone removal device as claimed in claim 2, wherein the linear drive is a pusher cylinder.
4. A mango stone removal device as recited in claim 1 wherein the number of said stone removal knives is at least two.
5. A mango stone removal device as claimed in claim 1, wherein the stone removal blade is a flexible wire-like blade.
6. A mango stone removal device as recited in claim 1 wherein the bottom of the feed chute is provided with a "V" shaped surface.
7. A mango stone removal device as recited in claim 1 wherein a drain opening is provided on a top surface of the feed chute.
8. A mango stone removal device as claimed in claim 1, wherein a mounting seat is provided in the feed chute, the stone removal blade being fixedly connected to the mounting seat by means of bolts, so that the stone removal blade is secured in the feed chute.
9. A mango stone removal device as recited in claim 2 wherein said pusher plate is provided with non-slip threads.
10. A mango processing apparatus comprising a mango coring device of any one of claims 1-9.
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