Discover and minimize qualitative differences of your produced corn DDGS deliveries and changes in quality over time.
Distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS) made from corn is a byproduct from ethanol production. As the term indicates, DDGS undergoes a drying process to improve storage stability and logistics. If too much heat is released during the drying process, the total amount of valuable amino acids like arginine, cystine and lysine decreases. Mainly due to the Maillard reaction, digestibility of all amino acids may be negatively affected. This can result in decreased nutritional quality.
Production processes have a tremendous
impact on the digestibility of DDGS. ▸
AMINONIR® adds up to corn DDGS products on a constantly high quality level – and more money in your bank account.
Use AMINONIR® to determine the impact of heat treatment on the quality of your produced corn DDGS. Finetune the treatment to get the best possible product. Once you have scanned the corn DDGS samples and uploaded the spectra to Evonik, you will receive a complete evaluation within minutes.
Get an estimation of the degree of processing based on the near infrared (NIR) calibrations for the following well established parameters:
• Protein solubility in potassium hydroxide (KOH)
• Protein dispersibility index (PDI)
• Reactive lysine
• Ratio of reactive lysine to total lysine
You also get the corrected amino acid values based on the measured degree of processing so you can maximize digestibility.
YOUR BENEFITS FROM AMINONIR® AT A GLANCE
Quick spot checks of corn and corn DDGS
Nutritional data to optimize the quality of corn DDGS products
High sample throughput at low cost
Comprehensive and clear report
Ideal conditions for price negotiations (quality-based sale)
Implementation and maintenance support
Ongoing online expert support
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