From the beet sirup fermented waste fluid, produce trimethyl-glycine

From the beet sirup fermented waste fluid, produce trimethyl-glycine

  • CN 1,049,333 A
  • Filed: 08/05/1989
  • Published: 02/20/1991
  • Est. Priority Date: 08/05/1989
  • Status: Abandoned Application
First Claim
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1. a method of producing trimethyl-glycine from the beet sirup fermented waste fluid comprises raw materials pretreatment, ion-exchange, condensing crystal and treating process, it is characterized in that:

  • A;

    clear mash directly carries out the secondary cationic exchange after carrying out cationic exchange;

    B;

    eluent is selected bicarbonate of ammonia for use, and its concentration is 4--10%;

    C;

    in the condensing crystal process, the add-on of hydrochloric acid is 0.8---1.2 with the ratio of elutriant total amount;

    1;

    D;

    in the treating process, the gac add-on is the 1--3% of betaine hydrochloride raw product weight, and be 20--40 minute action time.

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