LIFTING THE LID ON CEREAL COOKER
Many of the ingredients used in cereal cooking processes require higher temperatures to gelatinize their resistant starch granules, resulting in processes very different to typical mash schemes. The very high viscosities and the lack of amylolytic enzyme activity inherent in these ingredients and especially at these high temperatures mean that the brewer must perform with caution and savvy.
EXPOSE GRAIN QUALITY IN-LINE TO TAKE THE MOST OUT OF YOUR RAW MATERIALS
SIBA gives the brewer that extra process control when performing cereal cooking, enabling optimization of temperatures, times and inputs to safely reduce the running cost of the process without compromising the quality of the next steps.
TIME, ENZYME AND ENERGY SAVINGS
Safely reduce the duration of your cereal cooking processes thanks to SIBA. Follow the degree of polymerization of dissolved sugars during the process allows brewer to fine-tune temperatures and duration while assessing the impact of exogenous enzymes. Addition of exogenous enzymes is often essential for successful cereal cooking, increasing the cost and importance of proper optimization to maximize the return on this investment. Optimization of these parameters can lead to significant cost and energy savings while increasing production capacity.