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Industrial And Process Facility Engineering - Industries Served

Fermentation Facility Engineering

  • Aseptic, sanitary, & hygienic fermentation piping design
  • Agitator & air-lift fermentation systems
  • Valve selection & installation
  • Material finish selection
  • Steam blocks & barriers

Material Handling Systems Engineering

  • Truck & rail receiving & load-out
  • Scalping & screening
  • Dust control
  • Bulk storage & handling systems
  • Belt, drag, & screw conveyors
  • Bucket elevators & towers
  • Sampling, weighing, & blending
  • Bagging, packaging, & palletizing
  • Pneumatic conveying

Packaging Systems Facility Engineering

  • Bagging
  • PET container, drums, & totes systems
  • Manual, semiautomatic, & fully automated systems
  • Dry solid, granular, powder, & liquid materials equipment
  • High- & low-speed lines
  • Bulk enzymes

Food & Beverage Process Facility Engineering

  • Meats
  • Rendering products
  • Sugar, fructose, & sweeteners
  • Salt
  • Pet foods & animal feeds
  • Edible oils
  • Starches
  • Citric acid
  • Lactic acid
  • Amino acids
  • Chemical & agrichemical products

Agricultural Commodity Processing Facility Engineering

AMG, Inc. has designed and constructed rice, wheat,barley, and corn processing facilities. They have also designed and built corn processing plants that produce fuel ethanol and its coproducts – carbon dioxide and dry distiller grain (DDG).

Today, AMG, Inc. is collaborating in a new venture to develop a modified corn wet milling system that produces:

  • Corn germ – for edible oils & high-protein meal
  • Corn protein concentrate (CPC) – for a higher protein livestock feed product that can be used for cattle, pork, & poultry
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Fiber – for a low-carbohydrate product that can be further purified for human consumption

Biotechnology Facility Engineering

Biotechnology

Today's biotech industry is all about imitating nature. Companies are using living systems and organisms to create new products and processes in areas such as foods, beverages, pharmaceuticals, genetics, agriculture, healthcare and energy. Laboratories and facilities are shaping the quality of human lives by using biotechnology to improve crop yields, develop new medical treatments, create low emission biofuels and invent entirely new products. In each of these cases, world class facilities designed and built with an in-depth understanding of science, industry, and process were necessary to achieve these great results.

Biotechnology Facilities

AMG combines an understanding of biotechnological processes with a collaborative client relationship to marry unique user requirements with world class facility design and engineering. AMG's biotechnology projects have included research & development laboratories as well as manufacturing and production facilities. AMG infuses its extensive expertise into all phases of the project to help clients optimize efficiencies, reduce costs and increase yields.

In addition to a full suite of design/build services from planning and engineering to construction and commissioning, AMG lends it expertise to ensure regulatory compliance, bioburden controls, clean utilities and proper technology selection.

Process Innovation

Beyond our state-of-the-art engineering capabilities, AMG works to develop and perfect biotechnological process innovation that impacts the industry and our clients' bottom lines. Our goal is to develop processes and technologies that keep our clients ahead of their competition. One example of our innovation is a creative process that results in the efficient use of co-products.

AMG engineered a processing system to ferment organisms under pressure in aseptic and sterile environments. After fermentation was complete, water was removed from the biomass and the remaining concentrated broth material was spray-dried. The dry biomass underwent a solvent extraction process that liberated precious oil as the end product while the spent biomass found profit as pet food. Similar operations can produce amino acids such as L-Lysine and L-Threonine, the sweetener Erythritol, and various other compounds.

Nutraceuticals Process Facility Engineering

  • Food supplements
  • Feed supplements

Energy Facility Engineering

  • Ethanol & fuel alcohol
  • Biodiesel
  • Boilers

Manufacturing Facility Engineering

  • Pulp & paper
  • Truck assembly
  • Steel
  • Bulk material handling
  • Automotive parts
  • Rubber
  • Adhesives
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