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Starch and Liquid Glucose Plants

We manufacture design, engineering supply erection and commissioning of various capacity starch projects ranging from 25 TPD to 200 TPD Cap, With its derivatives like liquid glucose dextrose, monohydrate, sorbitol, dextrine, maltodextrine. We execute all plants of corn starch and its by product on turnkey basis with captive power plant.


Grain Processing Mill
 
Grain Processing Mill
 
     
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
     
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
     
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Starch Plant Machinery
Starch Plant
 
Starch Plant Machinery
Starch Plant
     
Grain Handling Systems
Liquide Glocose Plant
Starch Plant Machinery Part
Grain Handling Systems
Liquide Glocose Plant
Starch Plant Machinery Part


STARCH & LIQUID GLUCOSE
Starch and Liquide Glocose Plants
Overview
 

 We have an expertise for Establishment of corn based Starch & liquid Glucose projects ranging from 20 TPD upto 300 TPD capacity.
 Design and Manufacture of:
• Corn Milling plant 
• Centrifugals Decanters.
• Gluten Vacuum Filter
• Rotary Dryer
• Steep Water Evaporator
• Starch Dyers
• Hydro cyclones
• Spares required for Starch & liquid Glucose Plants.

 
PRODUCTS
i ) Centrifuge Decanters
 
Centrifuge Decanters
 
The decanter centrifuge and tri-canter are based on the simple idea of a clarifier or settling tank, in which particles, sediment and solids gradually fall to the bottom due to the force of gravity. However, such clarification is an extremely slow process and was not able to meet industry’s needs for more rapid, controllable results.

The idea behind the development of the decanter centrifuge and tri-canter was therefore to provide the continuous mechanical separation of liquids from solids, to keep pace with modern industrial demands.
 
Operation principal of Centrifugal Decanter
Horizontal, cylindrical/conical solid bowl centrifuge for the continuous separation of a liquid and a sedimenting solid. The clarified liquid flows to the cylindrical end of the bowl where it is discharged under pressure via an adjustable impeller. The externally adjustable impeller allows for the quick and precise adjustment of the pond depth inside the bowl during operation, to accommodate changing feed conditions. The settled solids are conveyed to the conical end of the bowl where they are discharged through ports via centrifugal force.
 
ii ) Gluten Vacuum Filters
 
Gluten Vacuum Filters
 
Drum filters or vacuum filters have been used for dewatering various slurries including gluten in corn starch processing system. As the drum rotates, it is partially submerged in the feed gluten slurry. Vacuum draws liquid through the filter medium (cloth) on the drum surface which retains the solids. The vacuum pulls air through the cake and continues to remove moisture as the drum rotates. If required, the gluten cake can be washed to remove impurities or to extract more product.

Finally, the gluten cake is discharged from the drum to a conveyor or chute to the next process step. The filtrate and air pulled through the medium flow through internal filtrate pipes and pass into the filtrate receiver. The liquid stream is separated from the vapour stream in the receiver. Liquid filtrate is then pumped to the next step in the process.
 
iii ) Hydro Cyclone
 
Hydro cyclone
 
A typical Hydro Cyclone System consists of batteries of cyclones in completely unitized and enclosed housings, arranged for efficient counter current starch washing mainly, but used for various other applications in starch industry as well. The centrifugal forces needed to make the separation in hydro cyclones ( cyclonettes ) are derived from energy supplied by pumps. The high rotational velocities in the individual cyclones cause the starch as heavier phase to concentrate in the underflow while the suspended lighter particles which are protein, small starch particles and etc. follow the overflow wash water stream. The multistage systems provide easy and precise control of the process, resulting in the uniform, high quality starch required in today’s highly demanding marketplace.
 
iv ) Centrifugal Sleeve
 
Centrifugal Sleeve
 
Slurry is pumped directly to the center of the conical rotating screen basket. Under centrifugal force, the starch is flushed through the screen onto the back of the basket and leaves the centrifugal sieve while fiber/pulp sliding off the screen and leaves the sieve from the front outlet. Water spraying nozzles inside and outside of the basket ensures fiber/pulp washing and prevent screen blockage.
 
v ) Starch Dryer
Wet starch cake is fed into feed mechanism. The screw feeder gives controlled feed at rated capacity to disintegrator. The air is heated after passing through air filter. Hot air and wet starch cake get thoroughly mixed in the disintegrator. Drying duct conveys the pulverized material to cyclone and drying gets completed in conveying duct. The time taken by disintegrated powder to travel through drying duct is called residence time of drying. The material loses moisture that is absorbed by hot air. The temperature of air reduces while its humidity increases. Powder is further dried in cyclone. Separation of dried powder and air takes place in cyclone. Powder is discharged from cyclone through powder air-lock. As per customers requirement there is option of using bag filter to maximize the efficiency
 

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