Imperial Malts Limited Gurgaon, Haryana

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Nature of Business: Manufacturer
Total Number of Employees: 101 to 500 People
Year of Establishment: 1981
Legal Status of Firm: Limited Company (Ltd. / Pvt. Ltd.)
Annual Turnover: Rs. 50 - 100 Crore
GST No.: 06AAACI2440R1ZF
CIN No.: U74899DL1981PLC012371

Quality Assurance

Being an ISO 9001:2008 certified/ ISO 22000:2005 & Halal certified company, we consistently work towards offering qualitative range of barley malt and malt extract in compliance with industrial standards.

Quality of our offered range is our first priority which is duly taken care by stringent quality control management. Our quality analysts keep a strict vigil on the production procedure in order to ascertain that our malt products stand high on the quality parameters such as nutritive value, un-adulteration and safe consumption.

The high quality of our products can also be seen from the fact that we are authorized manufacturer 'IP' certified Malt Extract for specific utilization by pharmaceuticals companies.

Further, our quality commitment also extends to the protection of the environment. We continuously reduce, control and treat all the waste products of the manufacturing process.

We shape and direct our endeavors at improvising our products as per the prevalent market trends and in compliance with specifications of clients.

100% food safety and hygienic conditions at our premises has also enabled us to cater to the requirements of Breweries, Distilleries, Malted Milk food manufacturers, Confectioners and Pharmaceutical concerns effectively.

Why Imperial Malt

We are able to set new benchmarks for ourselves in this industry owing to the following factors:

Infrastructure

Imperial has developed a contemporary infrastructure support. Our ultra modern production facilities incorporating state-of-the-art technology. We also have in house R&D to standardize various formulations.

The infrastructure comprises several units that are as follows :

Our modern malt plant is equipped with all requisite machines, which help us to meet the bulk orders. The unit is filled with steel tanks, buffer tanks, malt filter, musk filter and evaporator that are helped us to achieve our production capacity of 36000 TPA. Our malt extract plant assists us in producing 10,000 TPA. It is also built by M/s Alfa Laval with the technical collaboration of Anhydro A/S, Denmark that enables us to carry out extraction in most effective manner.

Organisation

Imperial Malts Ltd represents many of the industry's best manufactures and supplier of a superior range of barley malts and malt extracts, which include liquid malt extract, powdered malt extract and baked barley malt. The whole range of malt products are highly acknowledged for purity, un-adulteration, hygienic finish and safe consumption.

Imperial Malts Ltd is an ISO 9001:2000 Certified Organization and we consistently work towards offering qualitative range of barley malt and malt extract in compliance with industrial standards. Quality of our offered range is our first priority which is duly taken care by stringent quality control management. Our quality analysts keep a strict vigil on the production procedure in order to ascertain that our malt products stand high on the quality parameters. The high quality of our products can also be seen from the fact that we are authorized manufacturer 'IP' certified Malt Extract for specific utilization by pharmaceuticals companies.

100% food safety and hygienic conditions at our premises has enabled us to cater to the requirements of Breweries, Distilleries, Malted Milk food manufacturers, Confectioners and Pharmaceutical concerns effectively. Further, we shape and direct our endeavors at improvising our products as per the prevalent market trends and in compliance with specifications of clients.

Qualtiy Process

We have a sound infrastructure set up that enable us to carry out smooth production of barley malt and malt extract. Our infrastructure unit comprise of facilities like modern malt plant, malt extract plant, quality testing unit modern laboratory, and microbiology laboratory and storage unit.

Our modern malt plant equipped with requisite production facilities and machines and has a production capacity of 36,000 TPA. It houses steel tanks, buffer tanks, malt filter, musk filter and evaporator that are used to haste bulk production.

Our malt extract plant built by M/s Alfa Laval with the technical collaboration of Anhydro A/S, Denmark has a production capacity of 10,000 TPA and enable us to carry out extraction in most befitting manner.

Our modern laboratory is equipped with latest testing facilities and equipment to monitor and control the quality of extracts effectively. Further, our capacious storage unit houses the entire range an assist in effective retrieval and storage of barley and barley malts. To meet the export orders, we also have:

Malt Process

Malt Process
Incoming grain is received at moisture levels of between 10% and 12%. Every load is sampled, inspected and tested at the intake point. Once tipped the grain is cleaned through imported screeners to remove stones, foreign objects, dust and straw. Once the dressing and drying processes are complete, the grain is stored in silo.

There are five stages in the process of converting barley into malt. The Malt Company India Pvt. Limited Produce the best malt by following step.

Malt Extraction Process

Malt Extraction Process
MILLING, MASHING & FILTRATION
The whole grain is crushed through a hammer mill to produce a grist.
This flour, together with hot water, is fed into a Mash Conversion Vessel (top) where the temperature is carefully controlled to ensure that the starch is converted into sugars which dissolve in the water.
The mash is then transferred to a Meura Mash Filter (opposite) where the liquid, called wort, is separated from the remaining malt husk.

Evaporation
The wort is fed into a series of multi stage stainless steel falling film evaporator steps to concentrate it into to a viscous liquid. Evaporation takes place under vacuum in order that lower temperatures can be used. This enables the full flavour and characteristics of the malt extract to be retained. The resultant product is liquid malt extract. This is either packed for dispatch to the customer, or fed to the drying plants and turned into various types of dried malt extract.

Dry Malt Extraction Process

Vacuum Tray Drying
The liquid extract is spread over various trays to form a batch. It is placed in a vacuum oven where it is dried into a solid brittle cake. The cake is then granulated through a mill to produce a free flowing powder. This process is carried out to produce special types of malt extract powder.

The liquid extract is spread over various trays to form a batch. It is placed in a vacuum oven where it is dried into a solid brittle cake. The cake is then granulated through a mill to produce a free flowing powder. This process is carried out to produce special types of malt extract powder.

Dry Malt Extract is sometimes called DME contains less than 3% moisture and can be properly stored for up to 4 years as per studies. Putting Liquid Malt Extract into a slowly moving band passing through the vacuum makes dried Malt Extract. Drying occurs with the circulation of hot air through this moving bed of material. The vacuum allows evaporation to happen at a lower temperature and aids the extract to puff.

Malt Extracts are rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin B, Folic Acid and Minerals. They are an essential ingredient for the manufacture of nutritious food having high value of Vitamins and Proteins.

Malt Flour Process

HOW MALT FLOUR IS MADE?
The malt is processed through a flour mill. There are different types of mills - roller mills and pin mills for example - each producing different grades of flours. We produce both light and dark flours. The dark flours are produced from malt which has been roasted after the malting process.
The malt flour is further sifted to degrees of refinement.

The malt is processed through a flour mill. There are different types of mills - roller mills and pin mills for example - each producing different grades of flours. We produce both light and dark flours.

The dark flours are produced from malt which has been roasted after the malting process. They are used for flavour, texture improvement and appearance enhancement in all areas of the food industry. The malt flour is further shifted to degrees of refinement.

Light colored malt flours offer varying degrees of alpha amylase, protein and malt flavours.

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    Imperial Malts Limited

    Sector 49, Gurgaon, Haryana, India

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