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The production process of starch

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The production process of starch

  1. 1. THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
  2. 2. …from wheat Reception Starch slurry from wheat Drying Dry wheat gluten Wet solubilised gluten Dry wheat feed Liquid solubles Wheat germs (Lose) bran Production process = Black box Washing Solubilisation Dry cleaning Grinding/Flour milling Dough Separation Dewatering Dewatering Refining Evaporation Mixing & drying Wheat Solubles A-starch B-starch Gluten Drying Dry solubilised gluten
  3. 3. Maize Reception Dry germs Drying Dry proteins Corn steep liquor Dry corn feed Dry cleaning Steeping First grinding Degerminating Starch slurry from maize Wet corn fibers Pressing Dewatering Dewatering Refining (washing) Fibers Starch Germs Proteins Production process = Black box Second grinding Sieving Separation Dewatering Drying Oil Liquid steep liquor Evaporation Drying …from maize
  4. 4. Reception Starch slurry from potatoes Drying Dry pulp Production process = Black box Wet pulp Fruit juice Concentrated fruit juice Dry cleaning Wet cleaning Rasping Separation Refining Dewatering Evaporation Potatoe s Protein juice Starch slurry Fibers Protein separation Protein paste Drying Potato proteins …from potatoes
  5. 5. Chemical s Production process = Black box Starch slurry Crystallization Liquid glucose Dry crystallized dextrose Unfermented special polyols Maltodextrins Liquid sorbitol Drying Dry sorbitol Maltodextrin process Drying Drying Special polyol process Hydrogenation Maize starch Conversion Refining Evaporation Potato starch Wheat starch Drying Including liquid fructose, hydrolysates, glucose syrups Liquid glucose and derivates
  6. 6. Native Starches, modified starches and dextrins Chemical s Production process = Black box Maize starch Starch slurry Washing Dewatering Drying Potato starch Wheat starch Production process = Black box Dewatering Drying Native starches Dextrins Modified starches Drying Including lightly modified starches (e.g. light or dry modification) Liquid modifications (e.g. Chemical PO, esthers and ethers) s Modification process

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