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Finding solutions for milling and drying problems within the grain, cereals and chemical industries – both in terms of ingredients and machinery - is the role the Jäckering Group, located in Hamm, ...

Finding solutions for milling and drying problems within the grain, cereals and chemical industries – both in terms of ingredients and machinery - is the role the Jäckering Group, located in Hamm, Germany, has chosen for itself.

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  • 1. Digital Re-print - November | December 2012The art of a modern miller working with wheat, cereals, grains and … plastics and metal Grain & Feed Milling Technology is published six times a year by Perendale Publishers Ltd of the United Kingdom. All data is published in good faith, based on information received, and while every care is taken to prevent inaccuracies, the publishers accept no liability for any errors or omissions or for the consequences of action taken on the basis of information published. ©Copyright 2010 Perendale Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior permission of the copyright owner. Printed by Perendale Publishers Ltd. ISSN: 1466-3872 www.gfmt.co.uk
  • 2. FEATURE The art of a modern miller working with wheat, cereals, grains and … plastics and metal by Roger Gilbert, Publisher, Grain and Feed Milling Technology magazine, United KingdomF inding solutions for milling and drying The WWII upright bunker, stripped of its even the balustrade for the stairwell, is an problems within the grain, cereals and outer coverings and standing behind a metal all-metal sculpture. An odd one-tonne piece chemical industries – both in terms rod fence takes the mind away from all things of steel girder in the shape of a ‘T’ rests inof ingredients and machinery - is the role flour milling yet it stands on the very location one corner under the stairwell, looking as itthe Jäckering Group, located in Hamm, of Jäckering Group’s head office. might topple over at any moment.Germany, has chosen for itself. It’s with some trepidation that you enter Yes, we’re in the right place! This is the the car park behind the shelter, where an head office of Jäckering, run by company After more than a century of operation, the 18-metre tall industrial-style chimney rises owner and art collector Michael Andreae-company has become increasingly dominant in out of the ground as if it’s guarding the Jäckering.European wheat processing, wheat gluten pro- entrance to the car park which in turn is laid Julia Lamskemper, head of sales forduction, custom-grinding practices and machine out like a landing strip. A car chassis has been Mühlen- und Nährmittelwerke, was there tobuilding for a worldwide customer base. impaled on the back wall of the shelter. The greet us. Shown to the boardroom and over To visit the company’s head office at short walk to office block at number 46 again a strong German coffee we are told aboutVorsterhauser Weg 46 in Hamm, you have suggests you’re in completely the wrong Mr Andreae-Jäckering’s love of art. Art isto question whether your satellite naviga- place with a lake and a native area of trees everywhere on the wall, floors and outsidetion system has brought you to the wrong and shrubs towards the back of the property. the windows. The office space is more likedestination. You’re in a residential street in In fact, on entering number 46 the eye an art gallery than a working head office of athe centre of the city. Not the expected is captured by what appears to be art milling and engineering company.location for one of Germany’s oldest and everywhere. There are metal sculptures at However, the art does not disguise themost respected grain processors and equip- the entrance, the chairs and coffee table in achievements of the company, which cel-ment manufacturers. the open waiting area are crafted iron and ebrated achieving a century of operation in10 | november - december 2012 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
  • 3. FEATURE2010 and 30 years under the guiding hand ofMr Andreae-Jäckering. An impressive bookof art, published in 2010, records all the arthe has collected, and is on the boardroomtable. Mr Andreae-Jäckering has set the com-pany up in five sub-groups which are largelyindependent in operation with unique devel-opments and state-of-the-art technologiesin milling and starch production, engineer-ing, warehousing and transportation andprocessing of thermoplastics. In addition tothe wheat gluten mill we are visiting todayon Hamm Harbour, the four other opera-tions are located throughout Germany, fromHamm-Harbor to Cologne to Kassel.From machinery… Machine construction is one of the mainactivities of the Jäckering Group with labo-ratories to support the development oftailor-made milling and drying technologysolutions. motor sizes ranging from 7.5kW - 900kW. starch. This does not only go into the food For example, the company has been Jäckering Ultra-Rotors are not just used industry but also into the paper industry,”building air-turbulence mills, which form the in the grain processing industries but for says Mr Andreae-Jäckering in a video on thebasis of its Ultra-Rotor, ultra-gentle grinding other applications such as plastics and metals company’s operation.system, for more than 60 years and has more as well. Quality control is an essential phase inthan 1000 of these unique mills installed in the production process, ensuring that exactfactories worldwide. They are noted for their … to food ingredients product profiles can be achieved only whendurability, low maintenance, low energy and “Many people are surprised what you all values are known at the beginning of theminimal wear and tear costs. They can proc- can do with wheat. We not only make process.ess between 10kg - 18,000kg per hour with wheat flour, but wheat gluten and wheat The Jäckering wheat and flour millingGrain &feed millinG technoloGy november - december 2012 | 11
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  • 5. FEATURE Major moments in the history of Jäckering 1910 The company was formed in 1910 when Hermann Jäckering set up the Jäckering Mill and in 1945 Günter Jäckering added the trade name Mühlen- und Nährmittelwerke 1955 The Ultra-Rotor was designed and developed to grind wheat and other products before the Altenburger Maschinen Jäckering & Co was formed in 1958 1960 Enhancements of the Ultra-Rotor for the starch and protein production was made in 1960 1969 Construction of the Administration Building (Headquarters) in Hamm in 1969 1976 Destruction of the mill and starch-production caused by fire 1976/77 Rebuilding of the mill in Hamm-Harbor; Installation of the new modern mill 1984 Introduction of the decanter-process; wastewater free starch production 1985 Milling of 100,000 tonnes of wheat per annum 1988 Death of Günter Jäckering; Enterprise take-over by Michael Andreae- Jäckering; Construction of the Ultra-Rotor-mill with a daily capacity of 300 tonnes of wheat 1995 Installation of an electric utility on basis of gas motors with 5MW electrical output, full use of the rejected air 2000 Flour input for starch production: first time 100,000 tonnes 2001 Flour input more than 150,000 tonnes per annum 2004 Foundation of the Jäckering Processing GmbH; grinding, mixing and packaging of products for non-food industries in Obersteeg/Cologne 2009 Installation of a cogeneration unit on basis of gas motors with 10.24MW output. Start-up 2010 2010 Installation of an evaporation plant. Start-up in 2011 2012 Doubling of wheat storage capacityfacility on the Hamm Harbour has an annual Wheat gluten is delivered to a numberthroughput of more than 270,000 tonnes of food customers worldwide and used forof wheat. the production of bakery products, bread- Each load of wheat arriving at the fac- ings, batters, coatings and flavours, breakfasttory is carefully controlled for its quality and cereals, cheese analogues and pizza, millingsorted according to its various parameters. and flour fortification, nutritional snacks, pas- With nearly a century of operation tas, pet foods, and personal care products.Jäckering has developed experience and The company is also aware of itsknow-how which is unique among proces- environmental impact and has developedsors of wheat flour, wheat starch and wheat an additional production area that nowgluten. means its the only wheat starch produc- More inforMation: About 140,000 tonnes of wheat starch is tion plant in the world that does not Jaeckering Muehlen- undproduced each year and 22,000 tonnes of wheat produce a waste water stream. In fact, Naehrmittelwerke GmbHgluten is produced by the Jäckering starch plant in the wastewater that was produced is Vorsterhauser Weg 46the harbour. The technology to process wheat into now being further processed to produce Hamm, D-59067 Germanystarch and gluten has been developed in-house specific protein and energy products for Website: www.jaeckering.deand optimised over more than four decades. animal rearing and clean water. APP a PPL va PPLAPP http://www.perendale.com ila ble GFMTs Global Milling News HERE portal, highlighting industry and company news! Now available on your mobile Also featuring the entire International Milling Directory for your mobile12 | november - december 2012 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
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  • 7. Milling Technology magazine. Content from the magazine is available to view free-of-charge, both as a full LINKS This digital Re-print is part of the November | December 2012 edition of Grain & Feed online magazine on our website, and as an archive of individual features on the docstoc website. Please click here to view our other publications on www.docstoc.com. November - December 2012 • See the full issue • The art of a modern miller working with wheat, cereals, grains and … • Visit the GFMT website plastics and metal • • Contact the GFMT Team The changing face of pallets In this issue: • Delivering world class roll chill technology • EXTRUSION: and service • Subscribe to GFMT an ever growing aspect of the Indian food processing • Managing mill industries maintenance • 2012/13 company profiles A subscription magazine for the global flour & feed milling industries - first published in 1891 To purchase a paper copy of the magazine, or to subscribe to the paper edi- tion please contact our Circulation and Subscriptions Manager on the link adove. INFORMATION FOR ADVERTISERS - CLICK HERE Article reprints All Grain & Feed Milling Tecchnology feature articles can be re-printed as a 4 or 8 page booklets (these have been used as point of sale materials, promotional materials for shows and exhibitions etc). If you are interested in getting this article re-printed please contact the GFMT team for more informa- tion on - Tel: +44 1242 267707 - Email: jamest@gfmt.co.uk or visit www.gfmt.co.uk/reprints www.gfmt.co.uk