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The Lime and Flocculant Dose Optimization in the Clarification Process of a Sugar Factory

By, Manisha Patil, Pranab Gosh, Journal ID: RJCE-18-12-2019-9
(This article belongs to Vol - 13, Issue - 02)

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The goal of this examination was the monetary investigation of two distinct strategies for the explanation of sugarcane juice. The primary strategy was the technique for utilizing 700 ppm of CaO (last pH=7.9) and 1 ppm of Separan flocculant which recently was being utilized. The other technique was utilizing 500 ppm of CaO (last pH=7.4) and 3 ppm of Separan flocculant. This investigation was done on a mechanical scale in the Karoon sugar industry in the southwest of Iran. The outcomes demonstrated that expanding the measure of Separan and diminishing the measure of lime straightforwardly builds the cleaning and the brix of the juice other than decreasing the measure of lime precipitation in the evaporators. Monetary examination of the all-out procedure demonstrated that the second strategy for an explanation was 5 % progressively affordable

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