Step 1: Cleaning
Removes impurities from the maize with slotted screens, aspiration and a magnet. By removing sand, impurities, and metal, the lifespan of your other equipment will be extended.
Step 2: Conditioning
Add controlled moisture to increase the effectiveness of degermination and impacts your maize meal quality.
Step 3: Degermination
Remove the bran and germ meal (chop or hominy chop) from the maize kernel before milling to reduce in the specs in the maize meal and prolong its shelf-life
Step 4: Milling
The MK6D is a combination of rollers and screens, that breaks the product down to maize meal and removes the remaining bran before packaging
Add vitamins and minerals back into the meal, depending on your country's regulations
Further increase your quality and improve extraction rates by conditioning up to 3 hours
Instead of bagging directly at the mill, store your byproduct in a bin to increase your staff effectiveness
Bran, chop and hominy chop is used for animal feed production and can be sold to feed producers
Installation, electrical connections, commissioning and training will take 2 weeks
The only components the client has to provide is a building, a water point, a forklift for installation and electrical installation
150 litres per hour
The client's electrician needs to connect all motors, level switches, and control panels to your DB board. Main supply should be a 150Amp Moulded Breaker 25kA.