Lignocellulose (Furfural Residue)

From Biomass to Lignocellulose
“DalinYebo has developed techniques and applies modern, proven technology to reduce a furfural plant’s steam usage.”

Traditionally, there is only a limited amount of residue left after furfural production. Most of it is consumed by the plant’s boilers to generate the steam for the furfural process. If the steam usage is reduced, there are direct benefits, such as:

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:arrow:Lignocellulosic residue available for other uses. We have evaluated (laboratory, studies, market research, etc.):{/jb_iconic_arrow}

(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Furfural Residue: Ideal Feedstock For Cellulosic Ethanol

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(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Why Furfural Helps Cellulosic Ethanol

(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Cattle Feed

(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Activated Carbon

(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Celluling Fibre

(Y){/jb_icon-thumbs-up} Absorbent to clean oil/chemical spills

More examples ..
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Also, have a look at these articles:

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  • lignocellulose
  • furfural
  • cellulosic ethanol
  • residue
  • Paid4Pretreatment™


    Source: www.DalinYebo.com.

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