Ethanol Recovery Plant from Sugarcane

KERONE has technical expertise in process and mechanical design, manufacturing of various capacity plants for Rectified Spirit (RS), Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA), and Anhydrous Alcohol (AA) also called Fuel Ethanol or Molecular Sieve Ethanol.

We at Kerone manufacture Ethanol Recovery Plant from Sugarcane for the extraction of Ethanol, a renewable biofuel, from sugarcane crops. The plant play a vital role in the production of clean burning fuel and it reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and it curd the greenhouse gas emissions. Ethanol Recovery Plant from Sugarcane utilize the leftover bagasse as a source of renewable energy which result in sustainability and rural economic development.

Ethanol recovery plant from sugarcane is a renewable biofuel that has garnered a lot of attention as a sustainable replacement for traditional fossil fuels. It also offers environmental benefits. Due to its high sugar content, sugarcane is an excellent starting material for ethanol production. Plants for recovering sugarcane ethanol are vital to the manufacturing process.

Our capacity varies from 10 KL per Day to 1250 KL per Day. We use spent wash boilers so that effluent is burnt in boiler as fuel. Steam Turbine back pressure type is used to generate electricity required to operate plant. Steam exiting the turbine is used in distillation and evaporation system. Condensate after polishing is used in boiler.

Production of alcohol comprises broadly 3 sections.

  • Fermentation
  • Distillation
  • Effluent treatment and disposal
Spent Wash generated as effluent is concentrated in Multiple Effect Evaporator system. Concentrated Spent Wash is burnt in boiler as fuel along with bagasse or coal thus there is no disposal outside factory. This makes our distilleries as Zero Liquid Discharge Plants.

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