Fat Splitting Plant
To create free fatty acids and glycerin the fats and oils are hydrolyzed in a process of splitting. A splitting plant operates in both the continuous or batch mode. The plant temperatures can range from 210 - 250 degrees Celsius and the working pressure may be between 30 to 60 bars. These conditions have been assumed keeping in mind no addition of catalysts.
A high yield of splitting is achieved when sweet water or glyceric water is separated from the fat. A good yield can be more than 97% splitting. The raw fatty acids are allowed to evaporate to the atmosphere and the vapour is condensed with cooling. Subsequent to removing the floating fatty matter the water is drained. The fatty acids (CFA) are sent for distillation. The glyceric water, which may contain about a fifth of glycerin, may be further purified with lime treatment and with filters. This is subsequently used for the production of glycerin.
We are provide high pressure (60 bars atm.) Splitting Autoclave to our valuable clients, which yields in:
- High productivity
- More oil/fat splitting degree
- High quality product output
- Less contamination
- Low maintenance
- Low steam Consumption
- No fouling material inside