Maximize yields, reduce energy spend

What is separation?

During wet milling, the starch in the grain
is separated from other components. 

Wet milling poses a constant challenge to
get the most out of the corn.
To run efficiently, mills must lower their net grain cost, maximize yields and quality of starch and co-products, maximize capacity by debottlenecking equipment that typically fouls or limits grind rates, improve energy efficiency, and reduce costs for process water.

Novozymes enzymes are able to improve yields of starch and protein, and reduce energy costs. Maximizing operational efficiency helps the mill handle fluctuations in corn costs.

Get the most out of your corn

How can enzymes help?

By combining enzymatic separation technology with mechanical separation, you can increase separation efficiency. Better separation with enzymes lets you achieve the highest-ever starch and gluten outputs, and significantly better fiber dewatering:

• Boost separation efficiency
• Cut utility spend
• Cut interruptions, raise efficiency
• Increase production capacity

Get the most from your corn and all of your mills

Our solution for corn separation

Frontia® Fiberwash is the enzymatic technology that’s transformed corn separation. It starts where mechanical separation stops for the highest-ever starch and gluten outputs, and significantly better fiber dewatering

Choose your value drivers to get the most from your corn and all your mills

  • Boost starch output by 2%
  • Boost gluten meal output by 8%
  • Cut co-product drying energy by 15-25% through better dewatering
  • Cut fiber press and gluten filter electricity consumption Cut fresh water use by 2%
  • Less dewatering equipment needed due to load reduction of 20-30%.
  • Increase time for planned maintenance and repair, defer investments
  • Cut interruptions and boost mill efficiency
  • Remove bottlenecks in dewatering and separation equipment to increase maximum grinding capacity by 5-15%
  • Push 10-20% more Corn Steep Liquor through fiber dryer

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