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Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Cost Reports

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Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (a.k.a. EVA) is the copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate. EVA properties vary depending on the comonomers contents. Vinyl acetate increases gas permeability, impact strength, crystallinity, coefficient of friction and optical qualities. Meanwhile, higher ethylene content increases sealing temperature, stiffness and surface hardness. As a thermoplastic, EVA is capable of melting and flowing (in a reversible physical transformation) when subjected to increases in temperature and pressure, assuming a specified form when those conditions cease. Exhibiting properties like good toughness, flexibility, clarity and gloss, this thermoplastic material is one of the most important poly(vinyl esters).

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Ethylene Vinyl Acetate 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 (Q2 2019).

You can find below reports focused on Ethylene Vinyl Acetate production processes available in report subscriptions offered by Intratec.

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process - Cost Analysis | EVA E11A

This study presents a techno-economic analysis of a typical Ethylene Vinyl Acetate production process from ethylene and vinyl acetate using a high-pressure tubular polymerization process in the USA.

Analysis: 220 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process - Cost Analysis | EVA E12A

This report provides the economics of a typical Ethylene Vinyl Acetate production process from ethylene and vinyl acetate in the USA. Different from the process presented in the report “EVA E11A”, the process examined in this report uses high-pressure autoclave polymerization.

Analysis: 180 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   107 pages