PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION

Phyical State :

Protein :

Solid Content :

Water Content :

 

Steep Liquor

45.00% Min (DS.)

35-40%

60-65%

CORN STEEP WATER
Steeping is a procedure used during wet corn milling. The major objectives for corn steeping are to induce chemical and physical changes in the kernel by leaching the soluble components from the corn. Cleaned shelled corn is soaked for 30-48 hours at 120-130? F in a dilute sulfur dioxide solution. The steeped liquid is then separated from the non-soluble corn solids, which are further separated into germ, bran, starch, and gluten protein. The steeped liquor is concentrated by evaporation into Condensed Corn Fermented Extractives or Corn Steep Liquor (CSL). Corn steep liquor is a mixture of soluble protein, amino acids, carbohydrates, organic acids (e.g., lactic acid), vitamins, and minerals.

APPLICATIONS

CSL is a mixture of soluble proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, organic acids (e.g., lactic acid), vitamins, and minerals. It is used as a nutrient for microorganisms in the production of enzymes, antibiotics, and other fermentation products. It is sometimes combined with other ingredients in  corn gluten feed and widely used in complete feeds for dairy and beef cattle, poultry, swine, and pet foods. It may also be sold separately as a liquid protein source for beef or dairy rations.

PACKAGING
110 Kgs. HDPE Drum