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Sugar & Ethanol

Biofuel plant design and operational choices to produce high quality co-products

Advanced dry milling or wet milling and alcohol plant?

From fermentation and yeast separation, to distillation and stillage treatment Markus Lehr (VOGELBUSCH Biocommodities GmbH) spoke at length at the World Ethanol & Biofuels Virtual Event about plant design and operational choices to produce high quality co-products.

The production of fuel alcohol and dry DDGS is still a state-of-the-art process which is used successfully all over the world. When done right, stable plants can produce high yields with very high thermal efficiency

Nevertheless, Lehr explains there are some options which can allow for diversifying revenue streams and efficiencies.

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