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When space runs short for DDGS, ethanol producers typically opt to build additional silos. The same decision occurs when producers begin a new line of coproducts. There are, however, other options for expanding storage, dividing storage, and automating loadout in the process. In this free resource, we explain an option for doing this by making […]
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We recently had the opportunity to write about our solutions for DDGS storage in Ethanol Producer magazine. In this piece, we explain some challengers producers face in regards to storage and three possible solutions: optimizing the DDGS storage building, storing DDGS in containers, and retrofitting the DDGS storage building with moving floors. http://ethanolproducer.com/articles/16108/ddgs-options-to-optimize
Biomass Engineering & Equipment has put together a short Ebook that outlines options to increase DDGS storage at facilities that rely on rail shipments. In this resource, we explain: Ways to better utilize your current DDGS storage building, Options to increase true storage capacity without silos, and How to get rid of your wheel loader in the process. What’s there to lose? Click the […]
Download Your Free eBook on DDGS Storage Biomass Engineering & Equipment is offering a free, 12-page eBook on DDGS storage problems and solutions. In this resource, we discuss: Common problems with DDGS storage at ethanol plants Safety issues regarding DDGS storage Increasing the volume of DDGS stored Benefits of using modular container bins to […]
In May 2018, Purdue University announced it had received a $1.8 million grant to study ways to break down lignocellulosic biomass into slurry. According to Purdue, what prompted this grant is that lignocellulosic biomass at ethanol plants too often plugs the augers used to convey it, which forces the plants to shut down while maintenance […]
Cellulosic ethanol (ethanol from plants) production in the United States could increase to as much as 75 billion gallons a year if regulators would clean up EPA laws. Apparently, former EPA Administrator Mr. Pruitt used confusing laws to hold up progress, and instead of an ethanol boom, we’re producing a mere 10 million gallons of […]