Technology and know-how
We can provide the technology and know-how necessary to assist with the processing of major crop types, including corn, wheat, rice, quinoa and canola.
Processing these crops typically requires substantial volumes of water and energy. Our focus is on designing processes in such a way as to maximise process efficiency and minimise consumption of energy and water.
Read more about how we can help you process your specific crop type below.
Corn can be processed into starch, oil and protein, making it a valuable crop. Corn starch is a dominant ingredient in the world starch market. As it is generally processed in large quantities, the industrial process demands substantial quantities of water and energy.
We provide efficient, modern solutions for all stages of the corn starch production process – from screening to product drying to wastewater evaporation.
Wheat is a valuable source of gluten and starch applicable in many different food and industrial markets. Wheat is generally processed on a large, industrial scale, which consumes substantial quantities of water and electrical and thermal energy.
We provide efficient, modern industrial solutions for wheat processing – from screening to drying to wastewater evaporation.
Rice is a rich source of high-quality protein and starch, which can be used in various food applications. The production of rice starch can be highly energy-intensive, so it is important to design a process that minimises energy consumption to the highest possible degree.
We develop advanced solutions for processing rice covering the entire process from screening through to drying.
Quinoa is a pseudocereal, meaning it is high in protein and moderate in carbohydrates but does not contain gluten. Quinoa’s relative robustness makes it suitable for cultivation in regions susceptible to adverse climate conditions, such as rain, wind, droughts and frost.
We develop advanced solutions covering the full process for extracting nutrients from quinoa.
Developed by Canadian scientists in the 1960s using traditional plant breeding methods, canola is a plant that can be processed to produce canola oil and meal. Containing a relatively low saturated fat content, canola oil is popular for its health properties.
We develop advanced solutions covering the full process for processing canola.