How much of your harvest is wasted due to moisture content?

This is what we do

Grain

In line with our diversified project basis, we are acutely aware of the strict requirement for providers and suppliers to know the moisture levels of their product, particularly in storage of grain and oilseeds. Too much and too little moisture can result in a loss of control of the product and create reduced returns. At Moisture Reduction Systems Limited, we can help you manage those moisture levels to the desired level in a much quicker time frame and put the control back in your hands.

Our solution will contribute in your meeting the moisture content specified in Grain contracts. We are conscious of the penalties encountered not just commercially, but scientifically if the product when stored is too dry or the moisture level is too high.

The optimum temperature for storing grain can prove challenging, particularly in unpredictable temperatures. Therefore, the cost of reaching these levels and temperatures can be costly. Hot air drying is a well known method that can be used without threatening the quality. However, if the optimum temperature is exceeded, the proteins can become denatured and create downstream inefficiencies such as the production of bread that cannot and does not rise.

In the use of ambient unheated air-drying of grain, whilst the costs are lower, the time taken to reach the dried level is much longer. This gives rise to a risk of fungi growth and a subsequent formation of mycotoxin formation.

The point of our focus is that the grain when initially stored is warm and remains so for some time afterwards, thus producing condensation. This ultimately creates spoilage of the finished product and therefore wasted time, costs and energy. With our focus and determination to provide a solution that fits with the needs of our customers, we aim to remove and prevent the build up of condensation and put the control back in your hands.