You process several products which should be kept separate
Some of the products have higher market value if kept separate
Process day would be less than 16 hours per day
Your Markets want the highest quality Meal
Your market want the highest quality Fat/Tallow
You are starting Rendering for the first time
You have a limited budget
Labor force available has limited skills
Alloy has customers running more than 13 Batch Cookers.
The amount of product you process in a day is only one factor in choosing your process.
Because batch processing is a first in first out process, it is far easier to measure the finish end-point temperature of the product. Utilizing JX-type contact thermocouples the actual product temperature is easy to track and measure the actual product temperature. By using the strong relationship between temperature and moisture content of the product being cooked, we determine the precise correct temperature/moisture of the product discharge the product at the correct end-point consistently.
In contrast, none of the current continuous processing technologies are first in first out, they rely on constant feed and discharge during the cooking process. Since they are NOT first in first out processes, some of the product "short-circuits" reaching the discharge without being thoroughly cooked. As a result, Continuous Cooking processes have to overcook the product to assure the "short-circuited product is sufficiently cooked. The result is a reduction in the quality of both the Meal and Fat.
RAW MATERIAL BINS
Ground Product Transfer
While Alloy generally recommends Blow Tanks in conjunction with Batch Cookers, we offer a wide range of filling options including Raw Product Pumps, Screw Conveyors in addition to the blow tank. -
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