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PeriTec Wheat Debranning System

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The PeriTec Wheat Debranning System

The inovative process of PeriTec, developed by Satake, is utilized by the cereal milling industry for applications such as debranning wheat, dehulling barley and degerming maize.  The PeriTec process essentially removes the outer kernel bran layers prior to milling or subsequent processing, which optimises the yield and reduces the amount of bran contamination in the finished product.  The equipment used in the PeriTec process is able to strip the bran layers, which gives total control for the for a commercial flour miller.  In this one maching, bran removal rates can be adjusted from a few percent in order to heavy scourer the outside of the grain to 10.0-12.0% required for some specialist processes.  Many years of experience shows that for the majority of mills, the optimum bran removal for high quality bread making flour is in the region of 6.0-6.5% and for durum semolina milling 8.0-8.5%.

Flexibility is a huge benefit with the PeriTec System.  The ability to adjust the amount of bran removed is ideal for mills required to produce a range of products such as wholemeals, browns and white flours.  When producing wholemeal flours, the abrasion chamber can be by-passed and only the friction chamber used to heavy scour.  When producing white flour, the whole machine is used and higher optimum debranning rates are achieved.

This is a fully automated process and features a control system that adjusts for variations in the nature of the raw product being fed into the system.  The PeriTec Debranning Process also has important applications in starch and ethanol product systems, where the romoval of bran prior to milling can substantially improve the efficiency and performance of subsequent processes.

* Improved Product Quality

*Removal of Harmful Elements

*Higher Yields

*Increased Capacity

*Granulation Enhancements

*Lower Wheat Costs

*Enhanced Nutritional Value

*Value Added Co-Products

*Longer Roll Life

*Flow Simplification



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