Description

Our bioethanol distillery can produce up to 24 million litres of bioethanol a year depending on the volume of molasses processed. The bioethanol can be used in pharmaceutical and industrial products as well as a source of biofuel in transportation and power production. The distillery’s by-products of raw gas and concentrated molasses stillage are then further transformed to produce food grade carbon dioxide and liquid fertilisers respectively. The production capactity of Omnicane's bio-ethanol distillery is of 80,000 litres a day. Molasses, the process residue of the repeated crystallisation of sugar, are received from the milling unit and from other suppliers. Upon reception, they are cooled and weighed before being transferred to storage liner tanks. Molasses from the liner storage tanks is pumped to the fermentation section where the latter is diluted with water to produce mash. ** Ask for information **

Biomass energy - production
  • Bioethanol Distillery
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