The Molecular sieve has been highlighted in the sugar-energy market, as a differentiated process, for obtaining the Anhydrous Ethanol.
JW has more than 20 plants installed with a production of approximately 14,000,000 liters / day of anhydrous ethanol.
With the MDT,
engineering association, the equipment can be designed so that the final product meets the ANP standard or the export standard and has the following advantages:
- Uses (As a whole) low-pressure steam as the source;
- It has low specific consumption of steam and water;
- The process is automated and easy to operate.
JW offers differentiated molecular sieve models such as:
, which routes the phlegm produced from the regeneration of the zeolite vessels to the ethanol rectification column in the hydration plant.
, which has its own recycle rectification column, uses water vapor as its source, its process is independent and can dehydrate the ethanol in the midsole.
, which has its own recycle rectification column, using anhydrous ethanol as the hot source, thus reducing the consumption of water vapor. Its process is independent and can dehydrate the ethanol in the midsole.