Most of the reuse of beer grains is to process them into feed. Drying is a very important part in the processing process. At present, the simple method of drying beer grains is to use a dryer to process them. Today, I will introduce the process of lees dryer.
The lees need to be dehydrated before drying. The dehydrated lees are fed into the inner layer of the rotary drum by the feeding device to achieve downstream drying. The lees are moved to the other end of the inner layer and entered into the middle layer for countercurrent drying. The ground was repeatedly lifted in a two-step and one-step way. The distiller's grains traveled to the other end of the middle layer and fell into the outer layer. The distiller's grains traveled in a rectangular multi-loop manner in the outer drum. Traveling out of the drum, the wet distiller's grains that have not reached the drying effect cannot travel quickly due to their own weight, and the lees are fully dried in this rectangular plate, thereby completing the drying process.
Beer grains are rich in nutrients and have good fattening effects. The development of distiller's grains into unconventional feed can greatly alleviate the shortage of feed resources, reduce the cost of breeding, and improve economic benefits. The complete set of Dingli brewer's grain dryer production line equipment has been put into use in many domestic and foreign beer companies and feed processing enterprises, and has created considerable economic benefits. Customers in need are welcome to come to the factory to purchase.