Find below the most popular reports about the economics of Methyl Methacrylate manufacturing process. All reports are delivered in PDF and based on the most recent economic data available (2017/18).
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This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis (based on 2017/18 economic data) of Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) production from acetone, ammonia and natural gas. The process examined is similar to Evonik Aveneer process. In this process, hydrogen cyanide, acetone and methanol are used as raw materials for the production of MMA. Different from the conventional acetone cyanohydrin (ACH) process, this process does not use sulfuric acid. The hydrogen cyanide used is generated from ammonia and natural gas in an on-site unit.
This detailed study presents breakdowns for both capital investment and manufacturing costs of a plant based on this Methyl Methacrylate manufacturing process. It also includes feedstock consumption figures. Optional analyses are also available (such as Utilities Consumption Breakdown and Plant Construction Cost for Different Capacities, among others.)
Starting at USD 1,499
This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis (based on 2017/18 economic data) of Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) production from isobutylene using an oxidation process. The process examined is similar to Sumitomo/Nippon Shokubai process. In this process, methacrylic acid (MAA) intermediate is initially produced by two-stage catalytic oxidation of isobutene. Then, MAA is esterified with methanol to produce MMA.
Starting at USD 1,099
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