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Production Cost Reports:

DL-Methionine from Acrolein, Methyl Mercaptan and HCN - Cost Analysis - Methionine E41A

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Published by:
Intratec Consulting
Published:
8/29/2016
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
54 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Business & Finance

This report presents a cost analysis of DL-Methionine production from acrolein, methyl mercaptan, and hydrogen cyanide (HCN). The process examined is a typical carbonate process. In this process, refined acrolein and methyl mercaptan are reacted to form MMP (also called methional), which is further reacted with hydrogen cyanide to generate DL-Methionine. This multi-step process includes: methional production; hydantoin intermediate production (from methional and hydrogen cyanide); reaction of hydantoin with potassium carbonate to produce potassium methioninate; and methioninate conversion to DL-Methionine. This in-depth, independent study provides readers with key and hard-to-find information regarding a production process technology and its economics, such as a description of the manufacturing process and industrial site installations, plant construction cost breakdown, production cost breakdown, and raw materials consumption figures.

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