Gelatine Production from Hydrolysis and Extraction Process
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Analysis Basis : Germany
Period of Analysis : Q1 2021
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This report provides the cost structure of gelatine production using from the hydrolysis and extraction process. Raw materials are treated with dilute acid or hot water to remove calcium, salts, or fat. It is then processed for hydrolysis, where the body part is boiled in water using acids, alkalines, or enzymes, to obtain collagen. Using extractors, gelatine is extracted from this collagen, which is sterilized using flash heat. The extracted gelatine is finally refined, evaporated, and dried.
The project economic analysis provided in the report discusses a Germany-based plant and encorporates:
Raw Material and Product/s Specifications
Raw Material Consumption
Product and Co-Product Generation
Land and Site Cost
Auxiliary Equipment Cost
Engineering and Consulting Charges
Labor Requirement & Wages
Interest on Working Capital
Interest on Loans
General Sales and Admin Costs
Production Cost Summary
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Plant cost, broken down into process units (ISBL), process contingency, site infrastructure (OSBL) and project contingency.
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Variable and fixed operating costs, as well as depreciation
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