Ramping up for 2018, Graintec now employs two PHD’s in R&D on a permanent basis.
Focus this autumn/winter is enhancing engineering capabilities with smarter engineering software.
Adding further to the progress of research, 3 student engineers are temporarily brought in for support.
We look forward to present our customers to improvement of existing production facilities based on the new research generated. Preliminary results indicate promising outcomes with attractive ROI’s
ENERGY: Reductions in energy consumption for air drying processes.
CAPACITY: Optimizing capacity of existing facilities without adding equipment
ODOR, WATER AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLGIES: Prize winning EWOTEC reduces water consumption and odor outlet, and regains energy at the same time. GRAINTEC´s EWOTEC solution has been selected as an AE50 price winner for 2018 by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers which honors the year’s most innovative designs in engineering products or systems for the food and agriculture industries.
Photo: Graintec’s team of PhD’s and students from University of Southern Denmark working on complex engineering software.
in the back row
Anders Fjeldbo Haubjerg, Senior Process Engineer in GRAINTEC, Chemical Engineer M.Sc., PhD, Industrial Assistant Professor at University of Southern Denmark
Markus Wied Dethlefsen, Senior Process Engineer in GRAINTEC, Food Science and Technology, M.Sc., Phd.
in the front row
Christian Busk, Student at University of Southern Denmark
Mike Vølund Frederiksen, Student at University of Southern Denmark
Tobias Borg Sørensen, Student at University of Southern Denmark