Production Cost Report

Lysine Production Cost Reports

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Lysine is an essential amino acid - it cannot be synthesized by animal organisms and must be supplied in their diet. In this context, Lysine is typically used as a supplement in human food and animal feed. L-Lysine is commercially produced as biologically active L-Lysine Monohydrochloride (L-Lysine HCl) and L-Lysine Sulfate.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Lysine 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 Lysine production processes available in report subscriptions offered by Intratec.

L-Lysine-HCl Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Lysine E12A

Feasibility analysis of L-Lysine Monohydrochloride (or L-Lysine-HCl) production from glucose syrup in the United States using a conventional fermentation process.

Analysis: 100 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   107 pages

L-Lysine-HCl Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Lysine E21B

This report presents the economics of Lysine production from raw sugar (sucrose). Differently from the process examined in the report “Lysine E12A”, sucrose is hydrolyzed into glucose and fructose (invert sugar). The invert sugars are then fermented to produce L-Lysine, which is recovered as L-Lysine-HCl. The economic analysis provided assumes a plant located in Germany.

Analysis: 100 kta Germany-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   107 pages

L-Lysine Sulfate Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Lysine E31A

This report approaches the economics of L-Lysine Sulfate production from glucose syrup. In the process examined, glucose syrup is submitted to fed-batch fermentation to produce L-Lysine. The economic analysis provided assumes a plant located in the USA.

Analysis: 100 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   107 pages