Sugar Beet Shred
After sugar beet pulp has been processed, the leftover material is used as a raw material for animal feed by-products.
Measuring the moisture during the production of the animal feed pellets, particularly during the drying process, is essential.
The material leaving the dryer must be at the correct moisture level so that it can be easily pelletised. If it is too wet, it can cause the machinery to jam or the pellets to go mouldy during storage. If the pellets are too dry, this will result in brittle pellets, which will crumble and be unusable.
- Increase overall equipment effectiveness
- Reduce unplanned downtime
- Lower carbon footprint
- Save energy
- Less waste
- Consistent final products
- Increase production yield through efficient use of material
- Online instant monitoring eliminates manual testing
- Reduce waste and energy
- Automate processes
Return On Investment
- Average ROI in 3 months
- No need for expensive ongoing maintenance contracts
Controlling Moisture in Dried Sugar Beet Pulp
The increasing cost of inputs such as raw materials, energy and labour are forcing sugar beet processors to look more closely at controlling their overall cost of production. A simple…Read more