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Sugar Process Chimicals

Sugar Process Chimicals

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Molasses exhaustion is very important in crystallization process. The rate of growth of sugar crystals in a massecuite during boiling and crystallization process depends directly on the degree of super-saturation of the mother liquor surrounding the crystals.At high degree of super-saturation, instead of increase in the rate of crystallization, formation of 'false grain' occurs. This is due to concentration of non-sugars which affect the solubility of sugar and increase VISCOSITY when such massecuite is used. The final molasses purity becomes very high. It is therefore an important consideration to keep the viscosity low throughout the pan boiling. After dropping the massecuite for crystallization on cooling, the viscosity increases which again prevents deposition of sugar on the existing crystals. The viscosity should be kept low by adding the viscosity reducer. In other words one basic fact is that water is the principal component which keeps sucrose in solution. At a given temperature, the saturated molasses purity varies directly with the water content. In order to obtain a lower purity molasses, water must be removed, increasing the saturation temperature. But as water is removed, molasses viscosity rises sharply giving proportionately higher massecuite consistency. By adding Viscosity Reducer this problem can be solved

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