Methanol Water Distillation System designed for 20 GPM inlet feed to achieve 99.9 % Pure Methanol.Start a Work With Us
Chemsys undertook the designing of a Methanol-Water Distillation system for 20 GPM inlet feed. The project was started on September, 2013 and was successfully handed over by July, 2014. The Plant located in Salt Lake City Utah, U.S.A. was completed with the total installed cost of $1.2 5MMUSD. The continuous hard work and effort put forward by Chemsys has helped achieve the target purity of 99.9%.
A liquid phase feed with inlet conditions of 50-80 °F and 13-15 psighaving a composition of Methanol (80%), Water (17%) and Impurities (3%) by wtundergoes distillation to obtain a top Product (Methanol) of ASTM D85 grade with 99.9% purity.
Software’s from the ASPEN family such as HYSYS, EDR,CAPITAL COST ESTIMATOR etc were employed to simulate a cost effective Methanol-Water Column. Various possible conditions required to obtain the Final grade of Methanol were studied and the related crises were identifiedthereby helping to attain the resultthat is identical to the real life situation at the plant-site.
Chemsys possesses an in-house fabrication Unit that employs proficient Design Engineers and expert labourers who helped fabricate the Methanol-Water Column and other associated equipment’s such as Condenser and Reboilerconceding to the stipulated criteria. Chemsys also provided assistance during the commissioning of the plant. Chemsys’ experts helped the client run various tests such as Hydro Testing, Pneumatic Leak Testing, IR and Continuity Testing, control Narrative Testingetc to ensure uninterrupted and efficient functioning of the plant.
Chemsys takes it upon itself not only in designing a plant successfully, but also in making sure that it runs smoothly in the most cost effective method and also provides assistance at all stages to ensure the same. Chemsys’ expertise in the field of designing has helped achieve product purity of 99.9% despite various obstacles faced thereby surpassing our client’s expectations.