Corn deep processing technology
manufacturer of rice
the extraction of oil
Co-Products of the Dry Milling Industry
Corn is about two -thirds starch, which is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide during a distilling and fermentation process.The remaining nutrients in corn, such as protein, fat, minerals and vitamins, are concentrated in three different ways and end up as distillers grains or condensed distillers solubles. Distillers grains are a co-product of the dry mill process used to make ethanol from corn.Wet distillers grains are higher in protein and energy than corn gluten feed because gluten and oil remain in distillers grains.
When distillers grains are dried they lose some energy value compared to wet products. Dried distillers grains and dried distillers grains with solubles are marketed widely around the world as a feed commodity. Corn distillers dried grains (DDG) is obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation from the yeast fermentation of a grain or a grain mixture by separating the resultant
coarse grain faction of the whole stillage and drying it by methods employed in the grain distilling industry. Corn distillers
dried grains/solubles (DDGS) are re covered in the distillery and contain all the nutrients from the incoming corn minus the starch.
Thus, the DDGS has at least three fold the nutrients as the incoming grain. Since the stillage is recycled, the ratio of these more valuable amino acid types continues to increase so that eventually they represent approximately 16% of the final DDGS's amino acid content. No other feed ingredient results from such a great percentage of microbial products and their back stocking. DDGS typically analyzes at 27% protein, 11% fat and 9% fiber.
10-500T/H oil material first cleaning,drying and storage section turn-key project;
100-3000 T/D oil pretreatment, shelling and pre-press workshop turnkey project (soybean hot peeling, bean skin...