The latest report titled ethyl acetate production cost report by Procurement Resource, a global procurement research and consulting firm, provides an in-depth cost analysis of the production process of the Ethyl Acetate.
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Procurement Resource’s detailed report describes the stepwise consumption of material and utilities along with a detailed process flow diagram. Furthermore, the study assesses the latest developments within the industry that might influence Ethyl Acetate production cost, looking into capacity expansions, plant turnarounds, mergers, acquisitions, and investments.
Procurement Resource Assessment of Ethyl Acetate Production Process:
1. Ethyl Acetate Production From Tishchenko Reaction: This report shows the cost structure of ethyl acetate production from the Tishchenko reaction. During the method, two equal portions of acetaldehyde, along with a catalyst (usually an alkoxide base), are combined to produce ethyl acetate.
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2. Ethyl Acetate Production From Fischer Esterification Reaction: This report shows the cost structure of ethyl acetate production through the Fischer esterification reaction. In the process, ethanol and acetic acid are used in the presence of an acid catalyst like sulphuric acid that finally gives out ethyl acetate as a result.
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3. Ethyl Acetate Production From Dehydrogenation of Ethanol: This report shows the cost structure of ethyl acetate production through the dehydrogenation process. The method takes place in the presence of copper at temperatures below 250 degrees Celsius to finally make ethyl acetate.
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Ethyl Acetate is a colourless organic ester compound with the molecular formula of C4H8O2, known as the ester of ethanol and acetic acid. It is made by the direct esterification of ethyl alcohol with acetic acid and has a distinct fruity smell like that of glued nail paint remover. It is extremely combustible with a flashpoint of -4° C. It’s boiling, and melting points are 171°F / 77.1 °C, and −83.6 °C / −118.5 °F and its flashpoint and freezing point are 24°F / -4°C and -83.6 °C.
The market for ethyl acetate is being driven by the use of the chemical as a solvent to facilitate various chemical reactions or preparations, including in paint removal, lacquers, varnishes, perfumes, jelly, column chromatography and extractions, cleaning mixtures and coatings. In addition, it is employed as an indirect food additive in some packaging materials. Additionally, it finds wide usage in the food industry as a flavouring agent and preservative, which furthers the market’s growth. Furthermore, in the textile industry, it finds application as a cleaning agent, which is boosting its demand further. Also, other uses of the product include as an important laboratory reagent, in wine, as an activator and hardener in paints, and in coffee beans and tea leaves decaffeination which are all creating various market opportunities for the product use.
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