Starch separator is a device designed to separate and collect starch and parings from the wastewater by potato, cereal and pulse processing. Inside the potato, cereal and pulse cells, starch granules are stored. By the peeling process the starch granules are split and washed away into the wastewater. Potatoes contain about 20-30% of starch. Wastewater contains about 2-5% of starch, depending on the processed potato amount. The starch settles on the sewage pipe walls, which causes gradual clogging of the sewage pipe. To prevent the sewage pipe from clogging by starch, we offer our customers starch separators.