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Azodicarbonamide
Azodicarbonamide
Azodicarbonamide is a chemical compound used as a food additive (flour bleaching agent and a dough conditioner), and in the production of foamed plastics as a blowing agent. Azodicarbonamide is produced from hydrazine and urea. These reagents form the intermediate hydrazodicarbonamide, which is then oxidized to Azodicarbonamide. It appears as an orange to pale-yellow, crystalline powder, poorly soluble in water at 20 °C, although it is slightly soluble in hot water. It is insoluble in many organic solvents, but is soluble in N,N-dimethyl formamide and dimethyl sulfoxide.
blowing agent (foamed plastics/rubber)

Azodicarbonamide Cost of Production | Q4 2023

Updated Reports Examining Azodicarbonamide Manufacturing Costs

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand Commodity Cost of Production reports analyzing the costs of Azodicarbonamide manufacturing processes. Each report describes an industrial plant based on a specific Azodicarbonamide process. The report also presents an independent analysis of the costs of Azodicarbonamide production, encompassing plant capital costs (capex) and plant operating costs (opex). All reports are based on the most recent economic data available (Q4 2023).

Azodicarbonamide Production

This report presents the economics of a typical Azodicarbonamide production process from urea, hydrazine hydrate, and sodium dichromate in the United States. In the process examined, urea and hydrazine hydrate react to produce hydrazocarbonamide, which is oxidized to produce Azodicarbonamide.

Details: 0.60 kta United States-based plant   |   Q4 2023   |   107 pages   From $1,999 USD

The cost analyses presented in the report Azodicarbonamide E11A target a 0.60 kta (kilometric tons per annum) United States-based plant. For those interested in cost analyses considering other plant capacities and/or locations, Intratec offers a customized analysis as an optional feature.

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Details: 150 kta United States-based plant   |   Q4 2023   |   106 pages From $799 USD

The cost analyses presented in the report Acrylic Acid E11A target a 150 kta (kilometric tons per annum) United States-based plant. For those interested in cost analyses considering other plant capacities and/or locations, Intratec offers a customized analysis as an optional feature.

Precipitated Silica Production

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Details: 50 kta United States-based plant   |   Q4 2023   |   108 pages From $799 USD

The cost analyses presented in the report Precipitated Silica E11A target a 50 kta (kilometric tons per annum) United States-based plant. For those interested in cost analyses considering other plant capacities and/or locations, Intratec offers a customized analysis as an optional feature.

Prilled Urea Production from Ammonia (Self-Stripping Process)

This report presents the economics of Prilled Urea production from ammonia and carbon dioxide in the United States, through a process similar to Saipem's (formerly Snamprogetti) ammonia stripping process. In this process, ammonia and carbon dioxide are reacted to form ammonium carbamate, which is converted to Urea. The non-converted carbamate is stripped from the Urea solution by excess ammonia and decomposed back to ammonia and carbon dioxide, which are recycled to the Urea synthesis.

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The cost analyses presented in the report Urea E11A target a 1,300 kta (kilometric tons per annum) United States-based plant. For those interested in cost analyses considering other plant capacities and/or locations, Intratec offers a customized analysis as an optional feature.

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About Azodicarbonamide. Azodicarbonamide is a chemical compound used as a food additive (flour bleaching agent and a dough conditioner), and in the production of foamed plastics as a blowing agent. Azodicarbonamide is produced from hydrazine and urea. These reagents form the intermediate hydrazodicarbonamide, which is then oxidized to Azodicarbonamide. It appears as an orange to pale-yellow, crystalline powder, poorly soluble in water at 20 °C, although it is slightly soluble in hot water. It is insoluble in many organic solvents, but is soluble in N,N-dimethyl formamide and dimethyl sulfoxide.

Azodicarbonamide Uses. blowing agent (foamed plastics/rubber)

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