Distiller's grains, also known as red grains, glutinous rice grains, dregs, etc., are the residual residues of rice, wheat, sorghum, etc. after brewing. Distiller's grains are rich in crude protein, which is about 2-3 times higher than that of corn, and also contains a variety of trace elements, vitamins, yeast, etc., and the content of lysine, methionine and tryptophan is also high.
The dried brewer's grains can be used as feed for livestock such as cattle and sheep, which can save concentrated feed and reduce feeding costs.
How is brewer's grains processed and reused?
The brewer's grains dryer is mainly composed of a heat supply source, a feeder, a feeder, a rotary drum, a discharger, an induced draft fan, a discharger and a power distribution cabinet; after the dehydrated wet brewer's grains enter the dryer, Under the turning of the evenly distributed copying plate in the drum, it is evenly dispersed in the dryer and fully contacted with the hot air, which accelerates the heat and mass transfer of drying. During the drying process, under the action of the inclined copy board and the heat medium, the beer grains are discharged to the star-shaped discharge valve of the other section of the dryer to discharge the dried products.
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