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moisture content of the grain decreases. In other words, as
heat is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from the
interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing water
from the grain.

Airflow Influence on
Drying Capacity
Another influential
parameter on drying rate is
the rate at which the
plenums heated air is
passed through the grain.
As the heated air passes
through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat
transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the
relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is
governed primarily by: (1)
the amount of grain flowing through the dryer relative to
the air flowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.

The rate of grain drying depends on the
drying constant and equilibrium
moisture content of the grain being
dried. Both of these factors are heavily
influenced by the temperature of the
grain, so the faster the grain can be
heated up, the faster the grain will
transfer its moisture to the drying air.
Therefore, the grain-drying rate is
certainly influenced by the fan airflow
rate, because it directly impacts the rate
at which the plenums heat is transferred
to the grain.

Typically, a grain dryer's performance is
based on the volume of air that passes
over the grain column in a given period
of time. This is measured in units of
airflow rate per volume of grain or
CFM/bushel (cubic feet per
minute per bushel).
Calculations based on grain
drying principles of airflow,
heat-mass transfer and
thermodynamics, predict the
influence of dryer airflow on
grain drying for a typical all-
heat dryer operating with an
incoming moisture content of
25 percent, as shown in the
accompanying chart.

Headquartered in Crystal
Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high quality
innovative agriculture equipment, specializing in grain
drying since 1954. M-C dryers are available through
authorized dealers worldwide. M-C products are built to
international specifications. For more information, visit
www.MathewsCompany.com, and click on International
or email us at international@mathewscompany.com

The graph below shows how the drying time
changes based on four different CFM per
bushel scenarios. The drying time increases
as airflow is reduced.


Case:
Product: corn
Amount: 1.000 MT
Moisture: 15 percent
Storage time: three
months
Grain
temperature
C
Weight loss,
MT
Chilled grain 10 C 0.5
Temperate grain 20 C 6
Non-chilled grain 30 C 9
Non-chilled grain 40 C 30

Table 1 Weight loss of grain during its storage

Mentioned issues are traditionally tried to solve by, e.g.
using natural aeration. Under cold weather, ambient
aeration is an excellent practice. It must be however
expertly used since the different ambient air conditions
between day and nights may create uncontrolled dryings or
re-wettings of the stored product.

Under hot or hot & humid weather conditions aeration is
not applicable since the air has not the right conditions to
be blown into the stored product. If air is blown into the
product under such conditions, there is a high risk of
product reheating and product rewetting that will damage
it soon.

Conserfrio system can be used independently of ambient
weather conditions. Even under rain or fog theres no risk
of rewetting the grain. Our system is based on the making
of constant conditions under which the grain storage is
easy, natural, safe and profit earning.

Practices like turning the grain to cool it have weak success
and waste lots of energy, also breaking some percentage of
grains.

To reduce insect infestation, a common practice is the use
of fumigation. The chemical products used have to be
expertly and carefully managed, for safety reasons. And do
not decrease grain temperature.

Graph 2 Silo chilling sketch

There are many direct savings and benefits related to a
correct chilled conservation and the most important are:
Savings in fumigations. They are avoided.
Less weight loss, in other words higher product
output at the end of storage time.
Higher product quality, it means higher selling
price.
Higher head grains after milling process. This
point is especially important in the rice industry.
Energy savings in the drying process. It is possible
and safe to store product at higher moisture
content if grain temperature is low. A drying-
cooling combination achieves relevant energy
savings.

All mentioned aspects get a very quick pay-back of the
capital investment in the chillers, typically achieved in one
or two years.



Picture 2 Grain chilling in a flat-bottom metal silo

Our system is suitable to be used in silos (made of metal or
concrete, flat bottom or conical bottom) and warehouses,
not needing additional civil works. The cooling units need
only electrical energy.

Picture 1 Refrigeration of a hopper silo
More information:
Dinnissen BV
Horsterweg 66
NL-5975 NB Sevenum
The Netherlands
Web: www.dinnissen.nl
Magi-N.ext: a single extruder line for
multi-flexible feed and (pet)food
production
Dinnissen Process Technology
presented its Magi-N.ext, a brand
new extruder line concept for the
feed and (pet)food industry. With
Magi-N.ext, Dinnissen is targeting
feed and (pet)food producers who
wish to use a single production line
for producing economic/basic,
premium and super-premium feed
and (pet)food. The Magi-N.ext
enables these producers to do so in
a customer-focused and cost-
effective manner, while at the same
time complying precisely with their
desired quality and hygiene
standards within a multi-flexible
framework.

Fast and efficient changeover to
new products and recipes

In developing the Magi-N.ext,
Dinnissen focused on achieving
maximum flexibility of the entire extrusion process in
order to provide producers with maximum freedom when
it comes to combining, varying and switching all the
components of their production line. The new system
actually provides users with the unique possibility of using
a single production line to produce economic/basic,
premium and super-premium feed and (pet)food in a
practically unlimited number of variations. Large
inspection hatches and easy-to-clean facilities are built into
the entire line, allowing the producer to change over to a
new product or recipe with very little effort and in record
time. Moisture is removed from the production line at
several locations, limiting product fouling and cleaning
time to a minimum. The end result is that the Magi-N.ext is
an extremely flexible, cost-effective and hygienic operating
system.

Cost efficiency due to minimum loss of production time
and energy

Magi-N.ext integrates a number of very innovative features
which enable producers to realize significant savings in
terms of energy consumption and production costs for feed
and (pet)food. Several innovations have been introduced
with the aim of limiting downtime and resulting loss of
production time to an absolute minimum. The Magi-N.ext
hammer mill uses extra thick screen panels with a coarser
mesh, which further reduces the risk of damage, while at
the same time the Hamex hammer mill with its extra-
wide hammers allows for the realization of an extremely
fine sifting result. Before ingredients are allowed to enter
the extruder, they are brought into suspension by the
Dinnissen Process Technology introduces brand new concept
Plenum
Temperature &
Airow Inuences
Magi-N.ext Grain Chilling
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Grain Chilling
Plenum Temperature &
Airfow Infuences on
the Drying Capacity of a
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Welcome to the November issue of Global Milling Advances.
In this issue we take a look at Cooling and Drying, with articles
from Consergra, Spain and Mathews Company in the USA.
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line concept.
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Products like grains, seeds, oilseeds, nuts, and other
similar are still alive when stored after harvest. Their
vital activity consumes their own mass and oxygen,
generating carbon dioxide, water and heat, creating
well know troubles, as:
Stored product weight loss.
Quality loss.
Insect infestation. Insects eat and infect the stored
product, which is also reheated due to their vital
activity. Insects start their presence from 13C grain
temperature, although the real insect infestation
occurs from 18C and having its peak between
30C and 40 C for the most of insect species.
Mold presence and subsequently dangerous
toxins, some of them carcinogenic, may enter
dangerously into the food chain. Not all the micro-
fora presence is avoided by chilling the grain,
since some species can survive even under zero
degrees centigrade, but the most part of the
micro- fora growth indeed stay under control since
the most part of micro- fora species develops at
temperatures between 20C and 40C.
Water condensation inside silos and warehouses,
making the grains stick to the silo/warehouse wall
and rot.
In case of grains with a high oil or fat content, their
quality decrease quickly due to the fat oxidation.
Heat speeds up this unwanted process.
Some products change their color under
inadequate storing conditions. For example the
rice changes color from white to yellowish, and later
to orange. The color change is a clear indication of
product damage during storing, and its price drops
a lot.
Graph 1 shows different effects of storing a product
(in this case the graph is suitable for wheat and corn)
under different conditions of temperature and water
content. From the graph it is evident that a high
product temperature or moisture, or both, will damage
the grain irreversibly.
More information:
Consergra s.l
pol Ind Bufalvent
Pons i Enrich 8
Barcelona, Manresa 08243
Spain
Email: info@consergra.com
Web: www.consergra.com

Products like grains, seeds, oilseeds, nuts, and other similar
are still alive when stored after harvest. Their vital activity
consumes their own mass and oxygen, generating carbon
dioxide, water and heat, creating well know troubles, as:

Stored product weight loss.
Quality loss.
Insect infestation. Insects eat and infect the stored
product, which is also reheated due to their vital
activity. Insects start their presence from 13C
grain temperature, although the real insect
infestation occurs from 18C and having its peak
between 30C and 40 C for the most of insect
species.
Mold presence and subsequently dangerous
toxins, some of them carcinogenic, may enter
dangerously into the food chain. Not all the micro-
flora presence is avoided by chilling the grain,
since some species can survive even under zero
degrees centigrade, but the most part of the
micro-flora growth indeed stay under control
since the most part of micro-flora species
develops at temperatures between 20C and 40C.
Water condensation inside silos and warehouses,
making the grains stick to the silo/warehouse wall
and rot.
In case of grains with a high oil or fat content,
their quality decrease quickly due to the fat
oxidation. Heat speeds up this unwanted process.
Some products change their color under
inadequate storing conditions. For example the
rice changes color from white to yellowish, and
later to orange. The color change is a clear
indication of product damage during storing, and
its price drops a lot.

Graph 1 shows different effects of storing a product (in this
case the graph is suitable for wheat and corn) under
different conditions of temperature and water content.
From the graph it is evident that a high product
temperature or moisture, or both, will damage the grain
irreversibly.



Table 1 shows the weight loss that occur at any grain
storage depending on different grain conditions. Is just
three months the weight loss may be the three percent of
all storage. Quality loss occurs also although not accounted
in the table.

Graph 1 Adequate conditions for grain storing
CONSERFRIO Grain Chilling
Table 1 shows the weight loss that occur at any grain
storage depending on different grain conditions. Is just
three months the weight loss may be the three percent
of all storage. Quality loss occurs also although not
accounted in the table.
Global Milling Advances Page 4
CONSERFRIO
Grain Chilling
More information:
Consergra s.l
c/ Pons I Enric, 8
Pol. Ind. Bufalvent
08243 Manresa (Barcelona)
Spain
Email: info@consergra.com
Web: www.consergra.com
Global Milling Advances Page 6
Mentioned issues are traditionally tried to solve by, e.g.
using natural aeration. Under cold weather, ambient
aeration is an excellent practice. It must be however
expertly used since the different ambient air conditions
between day and nights may create uncontrolled
dryings or re- wettings of the stored product.

Case:
Product: corn
Amount: 1.000 MT
Moisture: 15 percent
Storage time: three
months
Grain
temperature
C
Weight loss,
MT
Chilled grain 10 C 0.5
Temperate grain 20 C 6
Non-chilled grain 30 C 9
Non-chilled grain 40 C 30

Table 1 Weight loss of grain during its storage

Mentioned issues are traditionally tried to solve by, e.g.
using natural aeration. Under cold weather, ambient
aeration is an excellent practice. It must be however
expertly used since the different ambient air conditions
between day and nights may create uncontrolled dryings or
re-wettings of the stored product.

Under hot or hot & humid weather conditions aeration is
not applicable since the air has not the right conditions to
be blown into the stored product. If air is blown into the
product under such conditions, there is a high risk of
product reheating and product rewetting that will damage
it soon.

Conserfrio system can be used independently of ambient
weather conditions. Even under rain or fog theres no risk
of rewetting the grain. Our system is based on the making
of constant conditions under which the grain storage is
easy, natural, safe and profit earning.

Practices like turning the grain to cool it have weak success
and waste lots of energy, also breaking some percentage of
grains.

To reduce insect infestation, a common practice is the use
of fumigation. The chemical products used have to be
expertly and carefully managed, for safety reasons. And do
not decrease grain temperature.

Graph 2 Silo chilling sketch

There are many direct savings and benefits related to a
correct chilled conservation and the most important are:
Savings in fumigations. They are avoided.
Less weight loss, in other words higher product
output at the end of storage time.
Higher product quality, it means higher selling
price.
Higher head grains after milling process. This
point is especially important in the rice industry.
Energy savings in the drying process. It is possible
and safe to store product at higher moisture
content if grain temperature is low. A drying-
cooling combination achieves relevant energy
savings.

All mentioned aspects get a very quick pay-back of the
capital investment in the chillers, typically achieved in one
or two years.



Picture 2 Grain chilling in a flat-bottom metal silo

Our system is suitable to be used in silos (made of metal or
concrete, flat bottom or conical bottom) and warehouses,
not needing additional civil works. The cooling units need
only electrical energy.

Picture 1 Refrigeration of a hopper silo

Under hot or hot & humid weather conditions aeration
is not applicable since the air has not the right
conditions to be blown into the stored product. If air is
blown into the product under such conditions, there is
a high risk of product reheating and product rewetting
that will damage it soon.
Conserfrio system can be used independently of
ambient weather conditions. Even under rain or fog
theres no risk of rewetting the grain. Our system is
based on the making of constant conditions under
which the grain storage is easy, natural, safe and proft
earning.
Practices like turning the grain to cool it have weak
success and waste lots of energy, also breaking some
percentage of grains.
To reduce insect infestation, a common practice is the
use of fumigation. The chemical products used have to
be expertly and carefully managed, for safety reasons.
And do not decrease grain temperature.
There are many direct savings and benefts related to a
correct chilled conservation and the most important are:

Savings in fumigations. They are avoided.
Less weight loss, in other words higher product
output at the end of storage time.
Higher product quality, it means higher selling price.
Higher head grains after milling process. This point
is especially important in the rice industry.
Energy savings in the drying process. It is possible
and safe to store product at higher moisture
content if grain temperature is low. A drying- cooling
combination achieves relevant energy savings.
All mentioned aspects get a very quick pay- back of the
capital investment in the chillers, typically achieved in
one or two years.
Picture 2 Grain chilling in a fat- bottom metal silo
Our system is suitable to be used in silos (made of
metal or concrete, fat bottom or conical bottom) and
warehouses, not needing additional civil works. The
cooling units need only electrical energy.
Case:
Product: Corn
Amount: 1.000 MT
Moisture: 15%
Storage time: 3 Months
Grain
Temperature
C
Weight loss,
MT
Chilled Grain 10 C 0.5
Temperature Grain 20 C 6
Non-chilled Grain 30 C 9
Non-chilled Grain 40 C 30

Case:
Product: corn
Amount: 1.000 MT
Moisture: 15 percent
Storage time: three
months
Grain
temperature
C
Weight loss,
MT
Chilled grain 10 C 0.5
Temperate grain 20 C 6
Non-chilled grain 30 C 9
Non-chilled grain 40 C 30

Table 1 Weight loss of grain during its storage

Mentioned issues are traditionally tried to solve by, e.g.
using natural aeration. Under cold weather, ambient
aeration is an excellent practice. It must be however
expertly used since the different ambient air conditions
between day and nights may create uncontrolled dryings or
re-wettings of the stored product.

Under hot or hot & humid weather conditions aeration is
not applicable since the air has not the right conditions to
be blown into the stored product. If air is blown into the
product under such conditions, there is a high risk of
product reheating and product rewetting that will damage
it soon.

Conserfrio system can be used independently of ambient
weather conditions. Even under rain or fog theres no risk
of rewetting the grain. Our system is based on the making
of constant conditions under which the grain storage is
easy, natural, safe and profit earning.

Practices like turning the grain to cool it have weak success
and waste lots of energy, also breaking some percentage of
grains.

To reduce insect infestation, a common practice is the use
of fumigation. The chemical products used have to be
expertly and carefully managed, for safety reasons. And do
not decrease grain temperature.

Graph 2 Silo chilling sketch

There are many direct savings and benefits related to a
correct chilled conservation and the most important are:
Savings in fumigations. They are avoided.
Less weight loss, in other words higher product
output at the end of storage time.
Higher product quality, it means higher selling
price.
Higher head grains after milling process. This
point is especially important in the rice industry.
Energy savings in the drying process. It is possible
and safe to store product at higher moisture
content if grain temperature is low. A drying-
cooling combination achieves relevant energy
savings.

All mentioned aspects get a very quick pay-back of the
capital investment in the chillers, typically achieved in one
or two years.



Picture 2 Grain chilling in a flat-bottom metal silo

Our system is suitable to be used in silos (made of metal or
concrete, flat bottom or conical bottom) and warehouses,
not needing additional civil works. The cooling units need
only electrical energy.

Picture 1 Refrigeration of a hopper silo

Case:
Product: corn
Amount: 1.000 MT
Moisture: 15 percent
Storage time: three
months
Grain
temperature
C
Weight loss,
MT
Chilled grain 10 C 0.5
Temperate grain 20 C 6
Non-chilled grain 30 C 9
Non-chilled grain 40 C 30

Table 1 Weight loss of grain during its storage

Mentioned issues are traditionally tried to solve by, e.g.
using natural aeration. Under cold weather, ambient
aeration is an excellent practice. It must be however
expertly used since the different ambient air conditions
between day and nights may create uncontrolled dryings or
re-wettings of the stored product.

Under hot or hot & humid weather conditions aeration is
not applicable since the air has not the right conditions to
be blown into the stored product. If air is blown into the
product under such conditions, there is a high risk of
product reheating and product rewetting that will damage
it soon.

Conserfrio system can be used independently of ambient
weather conditions. Even under rain or fog theres no risk
of rewetting the grain. Our system is based on the making
of constant conditions under which the grain storage is
easy, natural, safe and profit earning.

Practices like turning the grain to cool it have weak success
and waste lots of energy, also breaking some percentage of
grains.

To reduce insect infestation, a common practice is the use
of fumigation. The chemical products used have to be
expertly and carefully managed, for safety reasons. And do
not decrease grain temperature.

Graph 2 Silo chilling sketch

There are many direct savings and benefits related to a
correct chilled conservation and the most important are:
Savings in fumigations. They are avoided.
Less weight loss, in other words higher product
output at the end of storage time.
Higher product quality, it means higher selling
price.
Higher head grains after milling process. This
point is especially important in the rice industry.
Energy savings in the drying process. It is possible
and safe to store product at higher moisture
content if grain temperature is low. A drying-
cooling combination achieves relevant energy
savings.

All mentioned aspects get a very quick pay-back of the
capital investment in the chillers, typically achieved in one
or two years.



Picture 2 Grain chilling in a flat-bottom metal silo

Our system is suitable to be used in silos (made of metal or
concrete, flat bottom or conical bottom) and warehouses,
not needing additional civil works. The cooling units need
only electrical energy.

Picture 1 Refrigeration of a hopper silo
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Picture 3 Grain chilling in a concrete silo

The chiller replaces the fan. The chilled, dry air is
introduced into the silo through existing ducts.

In warehouses, the chilled air may be introduced through
ducts placed under or over floor. In both cases a ducting
system must be previously installed.



Conclusion
The system has demonstrated to be the most natural and
cost-effective to preserve grains, seeds and perishable
granulates during storage. A low storing temperature not
only reduces the product vital metabolic activity but also
most of the troubles of a storing without control.


Picture 4 A low temperature is key point for a good storage
Typical users of chilled aeration are from small farms with
as little as e.g. 100 ton storage up to large plants with
storing capacities of de 100.000, 500.000 or even 1.000.000
MT. Without limits.

Rice mills, flour mills, feed mills, malting plants, oilseed
crushing plants, grain storages, can benefit of our
technology.

Consergra is a pioneer in the application of chilled aeration
in many products e.g. paddy rice. Throughout the years, we
have got lots of experience in the bulk preservation of
products like paddy rice in all its varieties and lengths,
cargo rice, milled rice, maize, wheat, barley, sunflower
seeds, cotton seeds, beans, soybeans, green coffee beans,

In benefit of the human and animal health and of the
environment as well, grains and seeds must be responsibly
treated as food.

We put all our expertise and know how at your service.



Picture 5 Warehouse grain chilling

Graph 3 Sketch of grain chilling in a warehouse
The chiller replaces the fan. The chilled, dry air is
introduced into the silo through existing ducts.

Picture 3 Grain chilling in a concrete silo

The chiller replaces the fan. The chilled, dry air is
introduced into the silo through existing ducts.

In warehouses, the chilled air may be introduced through
ducts placed under or over floor. In both cases a ducting
system must be previously installed.



Conclusion
The system has demonstrated to be the most natural and
cost-effective to preserve grains, seeds and perishable
granulates during storage. A low storing temperature not
only reduces the product vital metabolic activity but also
most of the troubles of a storing without control.


Picture 4 A low temperature is key point for a good storage
Typical users of chilled aeration are from small farms with
as little as e.g. 100 ton storage up to large plants with
storing capacities of de 100.000, 500.000 or even 1.000.000
MT. Without limits.

Rice mills, flour mills, feed mills, malting plants, oilseed
crushing plants, grain storages, can benefit of our
technology.

Consergra is a pioneer in the application of chilled aeration
in many products e.g. paddy rice. Throughout the years, we
have got lots of experience in the bulk preservation of
products like paddy rice in all its varieties and lengths,
cargo rice, milled rice, maize, wheat, barley, sunflower
seeds, cotton seeds, beans, soybeans, green coffee beans,

In benefit of the human and animal health and of the
environment as well, grains and seeds must be responsibly
treated as food.

We put all our expertise and know how at your service.



Picture 5 Warehouse grain chilling

Graph 3 Sketch of grain chilling in a warehouse

In warehouses, the chilled air may be introduced
through ducts placed under or over foor. In both cases
a ducting system must be previously installed.
Conclusion
The system has demonstrated to be the most natural
and cost- effective to preserve grains, seeds and
perishable granulates during storage. A low storing
temperature not only reduces the product vital
metabolic activity but also most of the troubles of a
storing without control.

Picture 3 Grain chilling in a concrete silo

The chiller replaces the fan. The chilled, dry air is
introduced into the silo through existing ducts.

In warehouses, the chilled air may be introduced through
ducts placed under or over floor. In both cases a ducting
system must be previously installed.



Conclusion
The system has demonstrated to be the most natural and
cost-effective to preserve grains, seeds and perishable
granulates during storage. A low storing temperature not
only reduces the product vital metabolic activity but also
most of the troubles of a storing without control.


Picture 4 A low temperature is key point for a good storage
Typical users of chilled aeration are from small farms with
as little as e.g. 100 ton storage up to large plants with
storing capacities of de 100.000, 500.000 or even 1.000.000
MT. Without limits.

Rice mills, flour mills, feed mills, malting plants, oilseed
crushing plants, grain storages, can benefit of our
technology.

Consergra is a pioneer in the application of chilled aeration
in many products e.g. paddy rice. Throughout the years, we
have got lots of experience in the bulk preservation of
products like paddy rice in all its varieties and lengths,
cargo rice, milled rice, maize, wheat, barley, sunflower
seeds, cotton seeds, beans, soybeans, green coffee beans,

In benefit of the human and animal health and of the
environment as well, grains and seeds must be responsibly
treated as food.

We put all our expertise and know how at your service.



Picture 5 Warehouse grain chilling

Graph 3 Sketch of grain chilling in a warehouse
Picture 4 A low temperature is key point for a good
storage
Typical users of chilled aeration are from small farms
with as little as e.g. 100 ton storage up to large plants
with storing capacities of de 100.000, 500.000 or even
1.000.000 MT. Without limits.
Rice mills, four mills, feed mills, malting plants, oilseed
crushing plants, grain storages, can beneft of our
technology.
Consergra is a pioneer in the application of chilled
aeration in many products e.g. paddy rice. Throughout
the years, we have got lots of experience in the bulk
preservation of products like paddy rice in all its
varieties and lengths, cargo rice, milled rice, maize,
wheat, barley, sunfower seeds, cotton seeds, beans,
soybeans, green coffee beans,
In beneft of the human and animal health and of
the environment as well, grains and seeds must be
responsibly treated as food. We put all our expertise
and know how at your service.
Global Milling Advances Page 8
CONSERFRIO
Grain Chilling
Grain drying is a process that is infuenced by a
number of different factors, some of which are more
signifcant than others. Some of the factors that
signifcantly impact the amount of time required to dry
grain include operating plenum temperature and fan
airfow. There are however, other less obvious factors
that include site elevation, barometric pressure and
the percentage of fnes present within the grain to be
dried. This article focuses on the two most signifcant
infuences, plenum temperature and the airfow
delivered by the dryers fan(s).
Plenum Temperature Infuence on Drying Capacity The
plenum refers to the heated space inside the dryer
where the air is at a pressure and temperature greater
than ambient conditions. The application of heated
air to the grain for a period of time is the fundamental
basis for grain drying. One of the most infuential
parameters that affect the rate of grain dries is the
dryers operating plenum temperature. The maximum
achievable drying rate is considered to be heat- transfer
limited, meaning that the rate of grain drying depends
on the rate that the heat from the plenum chamber air
is transferred to the grain.

As the grain enters the dryer and is exposed to the
plenum air, heat is transferred to the grain and this
initial heat transfer rate is at its highest. As the grain
is heated and the drying process continues, the rate
of heat transfer between the air and the grain lowers,
and eventually tends to taper off as the grain becomes
equalized in temperature relative to the dryers plenum
air temperature.
The grain in the dryer is constantly trying to equalize
its own moisture with the moisture content of the
plenum air. The point that the moisture content of the
grain is equal to the drying plenum air is referred to
as the equilibrium moisture content. The equilibrium
moisture content of the grain will depend on the
properties of the plenum air, such as the plenum airs
temperature and relative humidity. The heating of the
grain accelerates the drying process and by increasing
the plenum temperature, the equilibrium moisture
content of the grain decreases. In other words, as heat
is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from
the interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing
water from the grain.
Plenum Temperature &
Airow Inuences on
the Drying Capacity of
a Cross-Flow
Grain Dryer
More information:
Mathews Company
500 Industrial Avenue
Crystal Lake, IL 60012
USA
Tel: +1 815 4592210
Website: www.mathewscompany.com
Global Milling Advances Page 10

More information:
Mathews Company
500 Industrial Avenue
Crystal Lake, IL 60012
USA
Tel: +1 815 4592210
Website:
www.mathewscompany.com
Plenum Temperature & Airflow
Influences on the Drying
Capacity of a Cross-Flow Grain
Dryer
by Joseph Shulfer, President, Mathews Company, USA
Grain drying is a process that is influenced by a number of
different factors, some of which are more significant than
others. Some of the factors that significantly impact the
amount of time required to dry grain include operating
plenum temperature and fan airflow. There are however,
other less obvious factors that include site elevation,
barometric pressure and the percentage of fines present
within the grain to be dried. This article focuses on the two
most significant influences, plenum temperature and the
airflow delivered by the dryers fan(s).

Plenum Temperature Influence on Drying Capacity
The plenum refers to the heated space inside the dryer
where the air is at a pressure and temperature greater than
ambient conditions. The application of heated air to the
grain for a period of time is the fundamental basis for grain
drying. One of the most influential parameters that affect
the rate of grain dries is the dryers operating plenum
temperature. The maximum achievable drying rate is
considered to be heat-transfer limited, meaning that the
rate of grain drying depends on the rate that the heat from
the plenum chamber air is transferred to the grain.

As the grain enters the dryer and is exposed to the plenum
air, heat is transferred to the grain and this initial heat
transfer rate is at its highest. As the grain is heated and the
drying process continues, the rate of heat transfer between
the air and the grain lowers, and eventually tends to taper
off as the grain becomes equalized in temperature relative
to the dryers plenum air temperature.

The grain in the dryer is constantly trying to equalize its
own moisture with the moisture content of the plenum air.
The point that the moisture content of the grain is equal to
the drying plenum air is referred to as the equilibrium
moisture content. The equilibrium moisture content of the
grain will depend on the properties of the plenum air, such
as the plenum airs temperature and relative humidity. The
heating of the grain accelerates the drying process and by
increasing the plenum temperature, the equilibrium


Joseph Shulfer, P.E.
President

The graph on the left shows how
drying times change based on four
different plenum temperature
scenarios. As would be expected, the
drying time increases for lower plenum
temperatures.


More information:
Mathews Company
500 Industrial Avenue
Crystal Lake, IL 60012
USA
Tel: +1 815 4592210
Website:
www.mathewscompany.com
Plenum Temperature & Airflow
Influences on the Drying
Capacity of a Cross-Flow Grain
Dryer
by Joseph Shulfer, President, Mathews Company, USA
Grain drying is a process that is influenced by a number of
different factors, some of which are more significant than
others. Some of the factors that significantly impact the
amount of time required to dry grain include operating
plenum temperature and fan airflow. There are however,
other less obvious factors that include site elevation,
barometric pressure and the percentage of fines present
within the grain to be dried. This article focuses on the two
most significant influences, plenum temperature and the
airflow delivered by the dryers fan(s).

Plenum Temperature Influence on Drying Capacity
The plenum refers to the heated space inside the dryer
where the air is at a pressure and temperature greater than
ambient conditions. The application of heated air to the
grain for a period of time is the fundamental basis for grain
drying. One of the most influential parameters that affect
the rate of grain dries is the dryers operating plenum
temperature. The maximum achievable drying rate is
considered to be heat-transfer limited, meaning that the
rate of grain drying depends on the rate that the heat from
the plenum chamber air is transferred to the grain.

As the grain enters the dryer and is exposed to the plenum
air, heat is transferred to the grain and this initial heat
transfer rate is at its highest. As the grain is heated and the
drying process continues, the rate of heat transfer between
the air and the grain lowers, and eventually tends to taper
off as the grain becomes equalized in temperature relative
to the dryers plenum air temperature.

The grain in the dryer is constantly trying to equalize its
own moisture with the moisture content of the plenum air.
The point that the moisture content of the grain is equal to
the drying plenum air is referred to as the equilibrium
moisture content. The equilibrium moisture content of the
grain will depend on the properties of the plenum air, such
as the plenum airs temperature and relative humidity. The
heating of the grain accelerates the drying process and by
increasing the plenum temperature, the equilibrium


Joseph Shulfer, P.E.
President

The graph on the left shows how
drying times change based on four
different plenum temperature
scenarios. As would be expected, the
drying time increases for lower plenum
temperatures.

Joseph Shulfer
President
Global Milling Advances Page 12
moisture content of the grain decreases. In other words, as
heat is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from the
interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing water
from the grain.

Airflow Influence on
Drying Capacity
Another influential
parameter on drying rate is
the rate at which the
plenums heated air is
passed through the grain.
As the heated air passes
through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat
transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the
relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is
governed primarily by: (1)
the amount of grain flowing through the dryer relative to
the air flowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.

The rate of grain drying depends on the
drying constant and equilibrium
moisture content of the grain being
dried. Both of these factors are heavily
influenced by the temperature of the
grain, so the faster the grain can be
heated up, the faster the grain will
transfer its moisture to the drying air.
Therefore, the grain-drying rate is
certainly influenced by the fan airflow
rate, because it directly impacts the rate
at which the plenums heat is transferred
to the grain.

Typically, a grain dryer's performance is
based on the volume of air that passes
over the grain column in a given period
of time. This is measured in units of
airflow rate per volume of grain or
CFM/bushel (cubic feet per
minute per bushel).
Calculations based on grain
drying principles of airflow,
heat-mass transfer and
thermodynamics, predict the
influence of dryer airflow on
grain drying for a typical all-
heat dryer operating with an
incoming moisture content of
25 percent, as shown in the
accompanying chart.

Headquartered in Crystal
Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high quality
innovative agriculture equipment, specializing in grain
drying since 1954. M-C dryers are available through
authorized dealers worldwide. M-C products are built to
international specifications. For more information, visit
www.MathewsCompany.com, and click on International
or email us at international@mathewscompany.com

The graph below shows how the drying time
changes based on four different CFM per
bushel scenarios. The drying time increases
as airflow is reduced.

Airfow Infuence on Drying Capacity
Another infuential parameter on drying rate is the rate
at which the plenums heated air is passed through the
grain. As the heated air passes through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is governed primarily by: (1) the
amount of grain fowing through the dryer relative to
the air fowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.
The rate of grain drying depends on the drying
constant and equilibrium moisture content of the
grain being dried. Both of these factors are heavily
infuenced by the temperature of the grain, so the
faster the grain can be heated up, the faster the grain
will transfer its moisture to the drying air. Therefore,
the grain- drying rate is certainly infuenced by the fan
airfow rate, because it directly impacts the rate at
which the plenums heat is transferred to the grain.
Typically, a grain dryers performance is based on
the volume of air that passes over the grain column
in a given period of time. This is measured in units of
airfow rate per volume of grain or CFM/bushel (cubic
feet per minute per bushel). Calculations based on
grain drying principles of airfow, heat- mass transfer
and thermodynamics, predict the infuence of dryer
airfow on grain drying for a typical all- heat dryer
operating with an incoming moisture content of 25
percent, as shown in the accompanying chart.
moisture content of the grain decreases. In other words, as
heat is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from the
interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing water
from the grain.

Airflow Influence on
Drying Capacity
Another influential
parameter on drying rate is
the rate at which the
plenums heated air is
passed through the grain.
As the heated air passes
through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat
transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the
relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is
governed primarily by: (1)
the amount of grain flowing through the dryer relative to
the air flowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.

The rate of grain drying depends on the
drying constant and equilibrium
moisture content of the grain being
dried. Both of these factors are heavily
influenced by the temperature of the
grain, so the faster the grain can be
heated up, the faster the grain will
transfer its moisture to the drying air.
Therefore, the grain-drying rate is
certainly influenced by the fan airflow
rate, because it directly impacts the rate
at which the plenums heat is transferred
to the grain.

Typically, a grain dryer's performance is
based on the volume of air that passes
over the grain column in a given period
of time. This is measured in units of
airflow rate per volume of grain or
CFM/bushel (cubic feet per
minute per bushel).
Calculations based on grain
drying principles of airflow,
heat-mass transfer and
thermodynamics, predict the
influence of dryer airflow on
grain drying for a typical all-
heat dryer operating with an
incoming moisture content of
25 percent, as shown in the
accompanying chart.

Headquartered in Crystal
Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high quality
innovative agriculture equipment, specializing in grain
drying since 1954. M-C dryers are available through
authorized dealers worldwide. M-C products are built to
international specifications. For more information, visit
www.MathewsCompany.com, and click on International
or email us at international@mathewscompany.com

The graph below shows how the drying time
changes based on four different CFM per
bushel scenarios. The drying time increases
as airflow is reduced.

Headquartered in Crystal Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high
quality innovative agriculture equipment, specializing
in grain drying since 1954. M- C dryers are available
through authorized dealers worldwide. M- C products
are built to international specifcations. For more
information, visit www.MathewsCompany.com, and
click on International or email us at international@
mathewscompany.com
moisture content of the grain decreases. In other words, as
heat is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from the
interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing water
from the grain.

Airflow Influence on
Drying Capacity
Another influential
parameter on drying rate is
the rate at which the
plenums heated air is
passed through the grain.
As the heated air passes
through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat
transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the
relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is
governed primarily by: (1)
the amount of grain flowing through the dryer relative to
the air flowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.

The rate of grain drying depends on the
drying constant and equilibrium
moisture content of the grain being
dried. Both of these factors are heavily
influenced by the temperature of the
grain, so the faster the grain can be
heated up, the faster the grain will
transfer its moisture to the drying air.
Therefore, the grain-drying rate is
certainly influenced by the fan airflow
rate, because it directly impacts the rate
at which the plenums heat is transferred
to the grain.

Typically, a grain dryer's performance is
based on the volume of air that passes
over the grain column in a given period
of time. This is measured in units of
airflow rate per volume of grain or
CFM/bushel (cubic feet per
minute per bushel).
Calculations based on grain
drying principles of airflow,
heat-mass transfer and
thermodynamics, predict the
influence of dryer airflow on
grain drying for a typical all-
heat dryer operating with an
incoming moisture content of
25 percent, as shown in the
accompanying chart.

Headquartered in Crystal
Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high quality
innovative agriculture equipment, specializing in grain
drying since 1954. M-C dryers are available through
authorized dealers worldwide. M-C products are built to
international specifications. For more information, visit
www.MathewsCompany.com, and click on International
or email us at international@mathewscompany.com

The graph below shows how the drying time
changes based on four different CFM per
bushel scenarios. The drying time increases
as airflow is reduced.

moisture content of the grain decreases. In other words, as
heat is transferred into the grain, the grain heats up and the
higher temperatures speed up diffusion of water from the
interior of the grain to its surface, thus removing water
from the grain.

Airflow Influence on
Drying Capacity
Another influential
parameter on drying rate is
the rate at which the
plenums heated air is
passed through the grain.
As the heated air passes
through the grain within
the dryer, convective heat
transfer is taking place
between the hot air and the
relatively cold grain. The
rate of heat transfer is
governed primarily by: (1)
the amount of grain flowing through the dryer relative to
the air flowing across the grain and (2) the temperature
difference between the grain and the air.

The rate of grain drying depends on the
drying constant and equilibrium
moisture content of the grain being
dried. Both of these factors are heavily
influenced by the temperature of the
grain, so the faster the grain can be
heated up, the faster the grain will
transfer its moisture to the drying air.
Therefore, the grain-drying rate is
certainly influenced by the fan airflow
rate, because it directly impacts the rate
at which the plenums heat is transferred
to the grain.

Typically, a grain dryer's performance is
based on the volume of air that passes
over the grain column in a given period
of time. This is measured in units of
airflow rate per volume of grain or
CFM/bushel (cubic feet per
minute per bushel).
Calculations based on grain
drying principles of airflow,
heat-mass transfer and
thermodynamics, predict the
influence of dryer airflow on
grain drying for a typical all-
heat dryer operating with an
incoming moisture content of
25 percent, as shown in the
accompanying chart.

Headquartered in Crystal
Lake, IL (U.S.A), Mathews
Company has been a leading manufacturer of high quality
innovative agriculture equipment, specializing in grain
drying since 1954. M-C dryers are available through
authorized dealers worldwide. M-C products are built to
international specifications. For more information, visit
www.MathewsCompany.com, and click on International
or email us at international@mathewscompany.com

The graph below shows how the drying time
changes based on four different CFM per
bushel scenarios. The drying time increases
as airflow is reduced.

Global Milling Advances Page 13
THE
RICE & GRAIN INDUSTRY
F
O
R
ISRMAX Asia
IMPACT Exhibition and
Convention Center
Bangkok, Thailand
29-31 August 2014
Mr. Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 9812082121
vishal@pixie.co.in
Organizer
Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd.
MUYANG THONG THANI
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
?
?Boilers
?Color sorters
?DG Sets
?Dryers
?Elevators and conveyors
?Material Handling
Systems
?Packaging machinery
?Rice Machinery
?Rubber rolls
?Silos
?Steam Turbines
?Weighing Scales Bridges
Mfrs.
Abrasive wheels
VISITOR PROFILE
?Rice millers
?Rice Departments
?Certifying agencies
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scientists/universities/Stu
dents
?Retailers
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of Commerce
?Goverment Bodies/selling
Agents/Institutional
Buyers
?Technical
Consultants,Supply Chain
Executives
?Equipments Disrtibutors
www.isrmaxasia.net
Mr. Sirapat Kettarn
Project Manager, IMPACT
Tel: +66 2833 5208
sirapatk@impact.co.th
THE
RICE & GRAIN INDUSTRY
F
O
R
ISRMAX Asia
IMPACT Exhibition and
Convention Center
Bangkok, Thailand
29-31 August 2014
Mr. Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 9812082121
vishal@pixie.co.in
Organizer
Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd.
MUYANG THONG THANI
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
?
?Boilers
?Color sorters
?DG Sets
?Dryers
?Elevators and conveyors
?Material Handling
Systems
?Packaging machinery
?Rice Machinery
?Rubber rolls
?Silos
?Steam Turbines
?Weighing Scales Bridges
Mfrs.
Abrasive wheels
VISITOR PROFILE
?Rice millers
?Rice Departments
?Certifying agencies
?Hoteliers/caterers
?Research
scientists/universities/Stu
dents
?Retailers
?Ministeries and chamber
of Commerce
?Goverment Bodies/selling
Agents/Institutional
Buyers
?Technical
Consultants,Supply Chain
Executives
?Equipments Disrtibutors
www.isrmaxasia.net
Mr. Sirapat Kettarn
Project Manager, IMPACT
Tel: +66 2833 5208
sirapatk@impact.co.th
Global Milling Advances Page 14
Magi-N.ext: a single extruder line for
multi-exible feed and (pet)food production
Dinnissen Process Technology presented its Magi- N.ext, a
brand new extruder line concept for the feed and (pet)food
industry. With Magi- N.ext, Dinnissen is targeting feed and
(pet)food producers who wish to use a single production
line for producing economic/basic, premium and super-
premium feed and (pet)food. The Magi- N.ext enables
these producers to do so in a customer- focused and
cost- effective manner, while at the same time complying
precisely with their desired quality and hygiene standards
within a multifexible framework.
Fast and efcient changeover to new
products and recipes
In developing the Magi- N.ext, Dinnissen focused on
achieving maximum fexibility of the entire extrusion
process in order to provide producers with maximum
freedom when it comes to combining, varying and
switching all the components of their production line.
The new system actually provides users with the unique
possibility of using a single production line to produce
economic/basic, premium and super- premium feed and
(pet)food in a practically unlimited number of variations.
Large inspection hatches and easy- to- clean facilities are
built into the entire line, allowing the producer to change
over to a new product or recipe with very little effort and in
record time. Moisture is removed from the production line
at several locations, limiting product fouling and cleaning
time to a minimum. The end result is that the Magi- N.ext is
an extremely fexible, cost- effective and hygienic operating
system.
Cost efciency due to minimum loss of production
time and energy
Magi- N.ext integrates a number of very innovative features
which enable producers to realize signifcant savings
in terms of energy consumption and production costs
for feed and (pet)food. Several innovations have been
introduced with the aim of limiting downtime and resulting
loss of production time to an absolute minimum. The
Magi- N.ext hammer mill uses extra thick screen panels
with a coarser mesh, which further reduces the risk of
damage, while at the same time the Hamex hammer mill
with its extra- wide hammers allows for the realization of an
extremely fne sifting result.
More information:
Dinnissen BV
Horsterweg 66
NL-5975 NB Sevenum
The Netherlands
Web: www.dinnissen.nl
Magi-N.ext: a single extruder line for
multi-flexible feed and (pet)food
production
Dinnissen Process Technology
presented its Magi-N.ext, a brand
new extruder line concept for the
feed and (pet)food industry. With
Magi-N.ext, Dinnissen is targeting
feed and (pet)food producers who
wish to use a single production line
for producing economic/basic,
premium and super-premium feed
and (pet)food. The Magi-N.ext
enables these producers to do so in
a customer-focused and cost-
effective manner, while at the same
time complying precisely with their
desired quality and hygiene
standards within a multi-flexible
framework.

Fast and efficient changeover to
new products and recipes

In developing the Magi-N.ext,
Dinnissen focused on achieving
maximum flexibility of the entire extrusion process in
order to provide producers with maximum freedom when
it comes to combining, varying and switching all the
components of their production line. The new system
actually provides users with the unique possibility of using
a single production line to produce economic/basic,
premium and super-premium feed and (pet)food in a
practically unlimited number of variations. Large
inspection hatches and easy-to-clean facilities are built into
the entire line, allowing the producer to change over to a
new product or recipe with very little effort and in record
time. Moisture is removed from the production line at
several locations, limiting product fouling and cleaning
time to a minimum. The end result is that the Magi-N.ext is
an extremely flexible, cost-effective and hygienic operating
system.

Cost efficiency due to minimum loss of production time
and energy

Magi-N.ext integrates a number of very innovative features
which enable producers to realize significant savings in
terms of energy consumption and production costs for feed
and (pet)food. Several innovations have been introduced
with the aim of limiting downtime and resulting loss of
production time to an absolute minimum. The Magi-N.ext
hammer mill uses extra thick screen panels with a coarser
mesh, which further reduces the risk of damage, while at
the same time the Hamex hammer mill with its extra-
wide hammers allows for the realization of an extremely
fine sifting result. Before ingredients are allowed to enter
the extruder, they are brought into suspension by the
Dinnissen Process Technology introduces brand new concept
More information:
Dinnissen BV
Horsterweg 66
NL-5975 NBSevenum
The Netherlands
Web:www.dinnissen.nl
Before ingredients are allowed
to enter the extruder, they are
brought into suspension by
the rotating fns of Dinnissens
CZ Sifter, making it possible to
quickly and effciently monitor
the quality of even the very fnest
micro-components (800-1000
microns). This also prevents
metallic or other hard particles
from damaging the extruder and
interfering with the production
process.
The Magi-N.ext reduces
energy consumption primarily
by recovering heat from the
extruders outfow of air and
using gravity as an important
driver for transport. In addition,
the precision of the production
method, which ensures that
the product is never heated
or treated any longer than
necessary, also results in
signifcant energy savings.
Quality and safety at the very
highest level
The application of gravimetric
dosage in combination with
automated weighing in the
conditioner provides users of the
Magi-N.ext with a unique method
for automatically maintaining
optimum product residence time
(1 to 4 minutes) in the conditioner.
As a result, producers can control
and maintain a very constant
quality level. Not only can recipes
be executed automatically and
precisely, but specifcations
regarding pre-treatment and
safety can also be complied with
very precisely by maintaining
the correct residence time in the
conditioner. Dinnissen Process
Technology has also introduced
a very innovative method for
premixing pigment just before
the extruder. This method allows
the user to add pigments very
precisely and homogeneously via
a continuous dosage system. The
formation of lumps or undesirable
colours in the extruder is now a
thing of the past, and producers
can now be assured of uniform
colour results. Finally, the
continual removal of moisture
and vapour throughout the
entire production process helps
to ensure that the end product
complies with the strictest
standards of hygiene.
Maximum opportunity for
working extremely precisely and
homogeneously
Within the framework of its new
Magi-N.ext concept, Dinnissen
is also applying its famous
Pegasus vacuum core coater
concept. This coater allows
for the weighing and dosing of
precise amounts of fat, liquid and
powdered favour enhancers,
vitamins, enzymes and other
additives as well as the exact
control of various production
variables such as temperature,
pellet mixing speed, and product
residence time. The end result:
an extremely precise and
homogeneous distribution of the
ingredients throughout the pellet
with a great many possibilities for
varying the process at will.
Last but not least, the application
of Dinnissens well-known
Pirouette Dryer contributes
to obtaining optimum results in
the area of quality and hygiene.
This dryer, fully equipped with
PLC controls, allows the user to
achieve extremely homogeneous
end results and prevent
contamination. The Pirouette
Dryer is also suitable for drying
pellets in a size range of 222
mm in various temperature
zones, thereby enhancing the
fexibility of the Magi-N.ext even
further.
More information on the
Magi- N.ext
Additional information about
the Magi-N.ext is available from
Dinnissen Process Technology
in Sevenum (Tel: +31 77
4673555). Dinnissen provides
consulting services to feed and
(pet)food producers, designs,
manufactures and installs
complete feed and (pet)food
production lines and renovates
existing production processes.
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G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
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G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
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Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
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Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
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Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
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(AIREA), India
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(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
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India
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Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
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2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
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THE
RICE & GRAIN INDUSTRY
F
O
R
ISRMAX DELHI
IARI Ground, PUSA
New Delhi, India
20-22 February 2014
Organizer
Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd.
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
?Abrasive wheels
?Boilers
?Color sorters
?DG Sets
?Dryers
?Elevators and conveyors
?Material Handling
Systems
?Packaging machinery
?Rice Machinery
?Rubber rolls
?Silos
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Mfrs.
VISITOR PROFILE
?Rice millers
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universities/Students
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of Commerce
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Buyers
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Consultants,Supply
Chain Executives
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For Stall Booking
M0b: +91-9991705003
+91 9812082121
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
www.isrmax.com
Hall No. G (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
Sponsor
Contact:
Swati Gupta
Astt. Project Head
Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
?APEDA
?All India Rice Exporters Association
(AIREA), India
?Rice Exporter Association of Pakistan
(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
?NISA Publication, UK
?All India Rice Millers Association (AIMA),
India
?All India Color Sorter Association
?Department of Food & Public Distribution,
India
Our Supporters (Machinery)
?Websites
?Newsletters
?Road Shows
?Trade Journals
?Advertisements
?SMS
?Emails
?E-Newsletters
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Promotional Campaign
Booth Prices
Indian International
Exhibitor Exhibitor
Bare (Min 18 Sqm.) 10000 INR 275 USD
Constructed 11000 INR 300 USD
Registration fee : INR 10000 / USD 200
Type of No. of Sponsorship
Sponsorship Sponsors Fees
Platinum 6 7 lakh
Gold 6 4 lakh
Silver 6 2 Lakh
Sponsorship
Note1: Service tax payable @ 12.36%
Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
Booth Size 3X3 mtr. (9 Panel)
One Panel Height 2.4 Mtr. / Width 1.0 Mtr.
2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
Dustbin, Company Name on Fascia
www.isrmax.com
ISRMAX (Delhi) 20-22 February 2014, IARI Ground, PUSA, New Delhi
Concurrent Events
Rice Milling Conference
21 February 2014
Rice Trading Conference
22 February 2014
*Expected
All India
Millers
Associations
Hall No. G (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
Sponsor
Contact:
Swati Gupta
Astt. Project Head
Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
?APEDA
?All India Rice Exporters Association
(AIREA), India
?Rice Exporter Association of Pakistan
(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
?NISA Publication, UK
?All India Rice Millers Association (AIMA),
India
?All India Color Sorter Association
?Department of Food & Public Distribution,
India
Our Supporters (Machinery)
?Websites
?Newsletters
?Road Shows
?Trade Journals
?Advertisements
?SMS
?Emails
?E-Newsletters
?Social Websites
Promotional Campaign
Booth Prices
Indian International
Exhibitor Exhibitor
Bare (Min 18 Sqm.) 10000 INR 275 USD
Constructed 11000 INR 300 USD
Registration fee : INR 10000 / USD 200
Type of No. of Sponsorship
Sponsorship Sponsors Fees
Platinum 6 7 lakh
Gold 6 4 lakh
Silver 6 2 Lakh
Sponsorship
Note1: Service tax payable @ 12.36%
Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
Booth Size 3X3 mtr. (9 Panel)
One Panel Height 2.4 Mtr. / Width 1.0 Mtr.
2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
Dustbin, Company Name on Fascia
www.isrmax.com
ISRMAX (Delhi) 20-22 February 2014, IARI Ground, PUSA, New Delhi
Concurrent Events
Rice Milling Conference
21 February 2014
Rice Trading Conference
22 February 2014
*Expected
All India
Millers
Associations
THE
RICE & GRAIN INDUSTRY
F
O
R
ISRMAX DELHI
IARI Ground, PUSA
New Delhi, India
20-22 February 2014
Organizer
Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd.
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
?Abrasive wheels
?Boilers
?Color sorters
?DG Sets
?Dryers
?Elevators and conveyors
?Material Handling
Systems
?Packaging machinery
?Rice Machinery
?Rubber rolls
?Silos
?Steam Turbines
?Weighing Scales Bridges
Mfrs.
VISITOR PROFILE
?Rice millers
?Rice Departments
?Certifying agencies
?Hoteliers/caterers
?Research scientists/
universities/Students
?Retailers
?Ministeries and chamber
of Commerce
?Goverment
Bodies/selling
Agents/Institutional
Buyers
?Technical
Consultants,Supply
Chain Executives
?Equipments Disrtibutors
For Stall Booking
M0b: +91-9991705003
+91 9812082121
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
www.isrmax.com
Hall No. G (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
Sponsor
Contact:
Swati Gupta
Astt. Project Head
Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
?APEDA
?All India Rice Exporters Association
(AIREA), India
?Rice Exporter Association of Pakistan
(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
?NISA Publication, UK
?All India Rice Millers Association (AIMA),
India
?All India Color Sorter Association
?Department of Food & Public Distribution,
India
Our Supporters (Machinery)
?Websites
?Newsletters
?Road Shows
?Trade Journals
?Advertisements
?SMS
?Emails
?E-Newsletters
?Social Websites
Promotional Campaign
Booth Prices
Indian International
Exhibitor Exhibitor
Bare (Min 18 Sqm.) 10000 INR 275 USD
Constructed 11000 INR 300 USD
Registration fee : INR 10000 / USD 200
Type of No. of Sponsorship
Sponsorship Sponsors Fees
Platinum 6 7 lakh
Gold 6 4 lakh
Silver 6 2 Lakh
Sponsorship
Note1: Service tax payable @ 12.36%
Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
Booth Size 3X3 mtr. (9 Panel)
One Panel Height 2.4 Mtr. / Width 1.0 Mtr.
2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
Dustbin, Company Name on Fascia
www.isrmax.com
ISRMAX (Delhi) 20-22 February 2014, IARI Ground, PUSA, New Delhi
Concurrent Events
Rice Milling Conference
21 February 2014
Rice Trading Conference
22 February 2014
*Expected
All India
Millers
Associations
THE
RICE & GRAIN INDUSTRY
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ISRMAX DELHI
IARI Ground, PUSA
New Delhi, India
20-22 February 2014
Organizer
Pixie Consulting Solutions Ltd.
EXHIBITOR PROFILE
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?Boilers
?Color sorters
?DG Sets
?Dryers
?Elevators and conveyors
?Material Handling
Systems
?Packaging machinery
?Rice Machinery
?Rubber rolls
?Silos
?Steam Turbines
?Weighing Scales Bridges
Mfrs.
VISITOR PROFILE
?Rice millers
?Rice Departments
?Certifying agencies
?Hoteliers/caterers
?Research scientists/
universities/Students
?Retailers
?Ministeries and chamber
of Commerce
?Goverment
Bodies/selling
Agents/Institutional
Buyers
?Technical
Consultants,Supply
Chain Executives
?Equipments Disrtibutors
For Stall Booking
M0b: +91-9991705003
+91 9812082121
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
www.isrmax.com
Hall No. G (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
Sponsor
Contact:
Swati Gupta
Astt. Project Head
Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
?APEDA
?All India Rice Exporters Association
(AIREA), India
?Rice Exporter Association of Pakistan
(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
?NISA Publication, UK
?All India Rice Millers Association (AIMA),
India
?All India Color Sorter Association
?Department of Food & Public Distribution,
India
Our Supporters (Machinery)
?Websites
?Newsletters
?Road Shows
?Trade Journals
?Advertisements
?SMS
?Emails
?E-Newsletters
?Social Websites
Promotional Campaign
Booth Prices
Indian International
Exhibitor Exhibitor
Bare (Min 18 Sqm.) 10000 INR 275 USD
Constructed 11000 INR 300 USD
Registration fee : INR 10000 / USD 200
Type of No. of Sponsorship
Sponsorship Sponsors Fees
Platinum 6 7 lakh
Gold 6 4 lakh
Silver 6 2 Lakh
Sponsorship
Note1: Service tax payable @ 12.36%
Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
Booth Size 3X3 mtr. (9 Panel)
One Panel Height 2.4 Mtr. / Width 1.0 Mtr.
2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
Dustbin, Company Name on Fascia
www.isrmax.com
ISRMAX (Delhi) 20-22 February 2014, IARI Ground, PUSA, New Delhi
Concurrent Events
Rice Milling Conference
21 February 2014
Rice Trading Conference
22 February 2014
*Expected
All India
Millers
Associations
Hall No. G (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
G-1
3*6=18
G-3
3*3=9
G-4
3*3=9
G-5
3*3=9
G-6
3*3=9
G-7
3*3=9
G-8
3*6=18
G-11
3*5=15
G-13
3*3=9
G-25
3*5=15
G-24
3*3= 9
G-30
3*3=9
G-29
3*3=9
G-28 3*3=9
G-27
3*6=18
G-32
3*3=9
G-33
3*6=18
G-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
G-50
5*6=30
G-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
G-80
5*6=30
G-55
5*6=30
G-14
3*3=9
G-15
3*3=9
G-16
3*3=9
G-23
3*3=9
G-22
3*3=9
G-21
3*3=9
G-17 3*2=6 G-18 3*2=6 G-19 3*2=6 G-20 3*2=6
G-60
4*6=24
G-65
4*6=24
G-75
6*6=36
G-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
Hall No. I (Rice & Sugar Trade)
Entry/Exit
I-1
3*6=18
I-3
3*3=9
I-4
3*3=9
I-5
3*3=9
I-6
3*3=9
I-7
3*3=9
I-8
3*6=18
I-11
3*5=15
I-13
3*3=9
I-25
3*5=15
I-24
3*3= 9
I-29
3*3=9
I-28
3*3=9
I-27
3*6=18
I-32
3*3=9
I-33
3*6=18
I-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
I-50
5*6=30
I-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
I-80
5*6=30
I-55
5*6=30
I-14
3*3=9
I-15
3*3=9
I-16
3*3=9
I-23
3*3=9
I-22
3*3=9
I-21
3*3=9
I-17 3*2=6 I-18 3*2=6 I-19 3*2=6 I-20 3*2=6
I-60
4*6=24
I-65
4*6=24
I-75
6*6=36
I-70
6*6=36
Silver
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
I-30
3*3=9
I-31
3*3=9
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Hall No. H (Rice & Sugar Machinery)
Entry/Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
H-1
3*6=18
H-3
3*3=9
H-4
3*3=9
H-5
3*6=18
H-7 3*3=9
H-8
3*6=18
H-11
3*5=15
H-13
3*3=9
H-14
3*3=9
H-15
3*3=9
H-16
3*3=9
H-17 3*2=6 H-18 3*2=6 H-19 3*2=6 H-20 3*2=6
H-25
3*5=15
H-24
3*3=9
H-23
3*3=9
H-22
3*3=9
H-21
3*3=9
H-31
3*6=18
H-30
3*3=9
H-29
3*3=9
H-28
3*3=9
H-27
3*6=18
H-33
3*6=18
H-60
4*6=24
H-65
4*6=24
H-75
6*6=36
H-70
6*6=36
H-95
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Udyog
Prerna
Rice
Info
H-40
5*12=60
Platinum
Sponsor
Silver
Sponsor
H-50
5*6=30
H-85
5*6=30
Gold
Sponsor
Gold
Sponsor
H-80
5*6=30
H-55
5*6=30
Emergency
Exit
Emergency
Exit
Silver
Sponsor
Contact:
Swati Gupta
Astt. Project Head
Mob: +91 9991705003
Email: rice@pixie.co.in
Vishal Gupta
Chairman, PCSL
Mob: +91 98120 82121
Email: vishal@pixie.co.in
Department of
Food & Public
Distribution, India
All India
Color Sorter
Association
?APEDA
?All India Rice Exporters Association
(AIREA), India
?Rice Exporter Association of Pakistan
(REAP)
Our Supporters (Export/Import)*
?NISA Publication, UK
?All India Rice Millers Association (AIMA),
India
?All India Color Sorter Association
?Department of Food & Public Distribution,
India
Our Supporters (Machinery)
?Websites
?Newsletters
?Road Shows
?Trade Journals
?Advertisements
?SMS
?Emails
?E-Newsletters
?Social Websites
Promotional Campaign
Booth Prices
Indian International
Exhibitor Exhibitor
Bare (Min 18 Sqm.) 10000 INR 275 USD
Constructed 11000 INR 300 USD
Registration fee : INR 10000 / USD 200
Type of No. of Sponsorship
Sponsorship Sponsors Fees
Platinum 6 7 lakh
Gold 6 4 lakh
Silver 6 2 Lakh
Sponsorship
Note1: Service tax payable @ 12.36%
Standard Constructed Booth Consists of :
Booth Size 3X3 mtr. (9 Panel)
One Panel Height 2.4 Mtr. / Width 1.0 Mtr.
2 Chairs, 3 Spot Lamps,1 Reception Counter,
Synthetic Carpet, 5/15 amp. Power Point,
Dustbin, Company Name on Fascia
www.isrmax.com
ISRMAX (Delhi) 20-22 February 2014, IARI Ground, PUSA, New Delhi
Concurrent Events
Rice Milling Conference
21 February 2014
Rice Trading Conference
22 February 2014
*Expected
All India
Millers
Associations
November
5th-8th November
IAOM MEA Tunisia 2013
Sousse, Tunisia
Web: www.iaom-mea.com/
tunisia2013
6th November
UK Grain
Peterborough, UK
Web: www.farm-smart.
co.uk/ukgrain/
10th-16th November
Agritechnica,
Hannover, Germany
Web: www.agritechnica.com
13th-14th November
64th JTIC Milling &
Cereals Meeting
Reims, France
Web: www.jtic.eu
December
8th-10th December
NGFA Country Elevator
Conference & Tradeshow
St Louis, Missouri, USA
Web: www.ngfa.org
2014
January
29th-31st January
International Production &
Processing Expo
(IPPE),
Atlanta, GA
USA
Web: www.ippexpo.org
February
3rd-5th February
Global Forum for
Innovations in
Agriculture
Abu Dhabi National
Exhibition Centre
UAE
Web: www.innovationsinagriculture.com
4th-7th February
Grain Mixed Feed
Veterinary 2014
Russia
Web: http://www.exponet.
ru/exhibitions/byid/combymo/
combymo2014/index.en
11th-13th February
Grain Tech Expo Kiev
Kiev
Ukraine
Web: www.ricemillingexpo.com
14th-16th February
Rice Milling Expo
Haryana
India
Web: www.grainexpo.com.ua/en
20th-23rd February
Animalia 2014
Istanbul
Turkey
Web: www.animaliaistanbul.com/
en/index.html
20th-22nd February
ISRMAX Delhi
PUSA, New Dehli
India
Web: www.isrmax.com
22nd-25th February
GEAPS 2014
Nebraska
USA
Web:
www.geaps.com/index.
cfm?area=homeEvents
27th-28th February
6th Sugar Asia
Mumbai
India
Web: www.sugarasia.net
March
13th-16th March
Turkish Flour Industrialists
Federation
10th International
Congress and
Exhibition
Antalya
Turkey
Web: www.tusaf.org
19th-20th March
Ildex Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam
Email: annie.nguyen@
ildex.com.vn
25th-27th March
AGRA Middle East,
Dubai
Web: www.agramiddleeast.
com
April
8th-10th April
Victam Asia 2014
Bangkok
Thailand
Web: www.victamasia.com
10th-13th April
IBATECH 2014
Istanbul
Turkey
Web: www.ibatech.com.tr
23rd-25th April
VIV/Ildex India
Bangalore
India
Web: www.vivindia.nl/en/
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