stillage


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stillage

[′stil·ij]
(food engineering)
The residue grain from the manufacture of alcohol from grain; used as a feed supplement.
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The fundamental process steps we developed to extract corn oil from stillage may be clear to many in hindsight, but any argument that our patents should be declared invalid because corn oil extraction is obvious today is a distortion of the law and can only fail.
Cavani, "Distillery effluents as animal feed: the use of condensed beet molasses stillage (CBMS) in broiler feeding," Animal Feed Science and Technology, vol.
The pub has a special stillage behind the bar which allows it to serve six traditional ciders and perries - pear ciders - from artisan producers.
At any one time the main bar will offer 14 handpulls, while a stillage bar will have another 10 beers straight from the barrel.
The simple solution is to make sure that the stillage or trolley is connected to ground.
Our integrated system includes a process for anaerobic digestion of the stillage to produce biogas (which is a biofuel), struvite precipitation for phosphorous recovery, and finally cleaning the wastewater using an advanced oxidation process.
Thin stillage supplementation greatly enhances bacterial cellulose production by Gluconacetobacter xylinus".