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Isobutanol
Isobutanol (also known as 2-Methylpropan-1-ol and i-BuOH) is a colorless, flammable alcohol with a characteristic smell. Its fields of application closely resemble those of 1-butanol, being mainly used as a solvent, diluent, and additive for nitrocellulose and synthetic resins; wetting agent; cleaner additive; and component of printing inks and related products. Isobutanol may also be produced from renewable sources. In such cases, it may be referred to as Bio-Isobutanol or Green Isobutanol.

Isobutanol Production Cost Reports - 2019/20

Capital Investment & Operating Cost of Isobutanol Plants

Isobutanol (also known as 2-Methylpropan-1-ol and i-BuOH) is a colorless, flammable alcohol with a characteristic smell. Its fields of application closely resemble those of 1-butanol, being mainly used as a solvent, diluent, and additive for nitrocellulose and synthetic resins; wetting agent; cleaner additive; and component of printing inks and related products. Isobutanol may also be produced from renewable sources. In such cases, it may be referred to as Bio-Isobutanol or Green Isobutanol.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Isobutanol 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).

Bio-Isobutanol Production from Corn - Cost Analysis | Isobutanol E11A
Economics of bio-based Isobutanol production from corn in the USA using a typical fermentation process. In this process, distiller's dried grain with solubles (DDGS) and ethanol are generated as by-products.

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

Bio-Isobutanol Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Isobutanol E21B
The process examined in this report is the same examined in the report “Isobutanol E11A”, with some exceptions: (1) the plant is constructed in Germany, (2) the raw material used is raw sugar, and (3) DDGS is not generated as a by-product.

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

Bio-Isobutanol Production from Corn Stover - Cost Analysis | Isobutanol E31A
Techno-economic analysis of cellulosic Isobutanol production from corn stover in the United States using a biochemical process.

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

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