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Invert Sugar
One commercially available liquid-sugar product is Invert Sugar, also known as Invert Syrup. It is produced from the inversion (or hydrolysis) of sucrose into glucose and fructose. The result is a product with greater sweetening power and improved microbiological stability, when compared to sucrose. Invert Syrups are commercialized with different combinations of Invert Sugar and sucrose contents. Invert Syrups can be produced by three different inversion processes: acid hydrolysis with mineral acids; enzymatic hydrolysis; or hydrolysis by cation ion-exchange resin.

Invert Sugar Production Cost Reports - 2019/20

Capital Investment & Operating Cost of Invert Sugar Plants

One commercially available liquid-sugar product is Invert Sugar, also known as Invert Syrup. It is produced from the inversion (or hydrolysis) of sucrose into glucose and fructose. The result is a product with greater sweetening power and improved microbiological stability, when compared to sucrose. Invert Syrups are commercialized with different combinations of Invert Sugar and sucrose contents. Invert Syrups can be produced by three different inversion processes: acid hydrolysis with mineral acids; enzymatic hydrolysis; or hydrolysis by cation ion-exchange resin.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Invert Sugar production. Each study describes an industrial plant, including main process units and site infrastructure, and presents an independent analysis of capital and operating costs. All reports are based on the most recent economic data available (2019/20).

Invert Sugar Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Invert Sugar E11B
This report presents the economics of Invert Sugar Syrup production from raw sugar (sucrose) using a process similar to the European Sugar Holdings S.A.R.L. technology. In the process under analysis, raw sugar is diluted and sucrose is hydrolyzed into glucose and fructose (invert sugar). This inversion reaction occurs in an ion-exchange resin bed. The economic analysis presented is based on a plant constructed in Germany

Analysis Basis: Germany   |   2019 Q1   |   101 pages   Starting at $899

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FDCA Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | FDCA E11A
This report presents the economics of 2,5-Furandicarboxylic Acid (FDCA) production from glucose syrup via a furan process similar to Avantium YXY technology. The process under analysis is comprised of the following steps: glucose isomerization; fructose conversion to methoxy methyl furan (MMF); MMF oxidation to FDCA. The economic analysis assumes a plant constructed in the USA.

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Bio-Methionine Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Methionine E31A
The process for L-Methionine production presented in this report is the same examined in the report “Methionine E21B”, with two exceptions: (1) the plant is constructed in the United States, and (2) the raw material used is glucose syrup.

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Oxalic Acid from Sugar - Cost Analysis | Oxalic Acid E11A
This report presents the economics of Oxalic Acid production from sugar and nitric acid in the USA, via a typical oxidation process.

Analysis Basis: USA | 2019 Q1 | 101 pages Starting at $1,099

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