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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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AV Dawson stores the stillages of blanks and distributes them as they are called-off for direct delivery into the automotive supply chain for production.
The residual fermentation broth after distillation is referred to as stillage. 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.
Importantly, Link 51 has installed mesh decks throughout which allow a variation of palletised boxed units, metal and wooden stillages and containers and totes containing the range of spares to be accommodated in a choice of locations.
Jade started her career at Kastle Engineering painting stillages on a work placement, but since enrolling on her apprenticeship eight months ago, has developed high ambitions to extend her career abroad in the future, and eventually run her own fabrication business.
It enables 18 suppliers and Land Rover to better locate, track, and deliver stillages (specialised steel conveyances) that carry bumpers, front grills, suspension parts, and vehicle bodies, among other parts.
These include compact stillages or racks with built-in chillers to hold the barrels at the right temperature, mobile bars with traditional hand pumps, and all the plumbing and piping to dispense the beer with.
The area was too small for the number of stillages used.
Racks have 22 bays, five high to 10.5 metres and each bay has two standard 1,200mm x 1,000mm pallets where "smalls" are stored or four 600mm square stillages for damaged majors.
With a robust pressure die cast aluminium wheel body they provide a capacity of up to 2000N - well suited to light industrial carriages, continuously moving equipment, transfer stillages and instrument mounting trollies.