Intratec Discloses Costs of Lactic Acid Production From Raw Sugar
New report details capital investment and operating costs of a Lactic Acid Plant
HOUSTON, June 27, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Intratec Solutions LLC, leading provider of chemicals and utilities pricing data and production cost reports, is pleased to announce a new report examining the costs of production of Lactic Acid.
The report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Lactic Acid production from raw sugar using a fermentation process. The process examined is similar to Corbion process. In this process, the fermentation broth is acidified in order to recover Lactic Acid and the product purification is realized by the use of a solvent. The process generates an 88 wt% Lactic Acid solution in water as final product. The study may be extended with optional analyses, such as Economic Analysis for Different Capacities, Process Flow Diagrams, Equipment List, and analyses providing capital & production costs in several countries.
The new study is now part of Intratec portfolio of more than 900 up-to-date, independent and cost-effective reports. Intratec studies can be purchased online at Intratec website, via credit cards.
The content of the new report can be checked at www.intratec.us/analysis/la-e21b
For other Intratec reports focused on the costs of production of Lactic Acid, via other manufacturing processes and/or different raw materials, visit www.intratec.us/analysis/lactic-acid-production-cost.
About Intratec Solutions LLC
Intratec (www.intratec.us) is a leading provider of chemicals and utilities pricing data and production cost reports. Intratec business is about providing up-to-date and independent studies detailing production costs of chemicals and utilities, as well as chemical commodities and utilities pricing data. The portfolio of the company covers +300 chemicals and utilities, including basic chemicals and inorganics, plastics, fibers and rubbers, green chemicals and biofuels, fertilizers, specialties and more.
Source: Intratec Solutions