SORGHUM SPECS

  • Low water requirements

  • High sugar content - 15-20%

  • 3-4 crops per year

  • Growing season 100-115 days

  • Ethanol Output - 1268 gallons per acre

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ETHANOL REFINERY

COMPONENT OVERVIEW

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1

Unloading

Sorghum from local sources are loaded into storage bins

2

Milling

Water and enzymes are added to the meal to produce what is known as mash.

3

Mashing

Water and enzymes are added to the meal to produce what is known as mash.

4

Cooking

The cooker heats the mash to 210°, liquefy in the starch. The heat helps reduce levels of bacteria in the mash by 90%

5

Hydrolysis (Saccharification)

Enzymes are added to the mash to convert the starch to dextrose, a simple sugar.

6

Cooling

The mash continues on through Heat Exchangers that cool it to 90°F anything hotter would kill the yeast which is added during fermentation

7

Fermentation

Used is added to the master firm at the sugars. During this process, the yeast eat the sugars and in the process produces heat ethanol and carbon dioxide. It takes 48 to 60 hours for the mass to make it through the fermentation process.

8

Distillation

After Fermentation, the mash is called beer. Beer is made up of 15% alcohol and 85% non-fermentable solids and is ready for distillation. During distillation the beer is continuously pumped through a multi column system that separates the alcohol and stillage. The alcohol moves on to dehydration. The steel edge is processed into distiller’s grains.

9

Dehydration

The alcohol circulates through a molecular seem to capture the last bit of water. At the end of this process, the ethanol is pure at 200 proof. A small bit of gasoline is added to make it unfit for human consumption and avoid taxes levied on alcohol.

10

Storage

Finally, the ethanol is pumped into storage tanks. It is in ready for shipment to gasoline terminals or retailers.

11

Stillage

The stillage left over from distillation is sent through a centrifuge that separates the coarse grains from the solubles. The solubles are then concentrated to about 30% solids by evaporation, resulting in condensed distiller’s solubles (CDS) or “syrup”. The coarse grains and the syrup are then dried together to produce dried distillers grain’s with soluble (DDGS), a high-quality, nutritious livestock feed.

MODULAR ETHANOL PLANT

SCOPE

Scope: 1 x 210,000 gallons per day Pegasus Sorghum Ethanol Refinery

 

The project will be divided into multiple “Selectable” segments with all pricing in US Dollars.

ETHANOL REFINERY

SCOPE 

Scope: 1 x 10 million gallons per day Chiapas Sorghum Ethanol Refinery

 

The project will be divided into multiple “Selectable” segments with all pricing in US Dollars.

10-14 MONTHS

DELIVERY

Delivery is estimated at 10 - 14 months after the signing of an Equipment Sales Agreement and receipt of down payment. The time of delivery is based on the present RETX work load and its suppliers for key components. In the event RETX suppliers change delivery dates RETX may adjust the time of delivery accordingly. Furnace may ship separately to achieve a faster delivery schedule.

10-14 MONTHS

DELIVERY

SORGHUM SPECS

  • Low water requirements

  • High sugar content - 15-20%

  • 3-4 crops per year

  • Growing season 100-115 days

  • Ethanol Output - 1268 gallons per acre

PROJECT PROPOSAL

CHIAPAS ETHANOL REFINERY

Investing in Your Future

Dear Sir,

                                                                      

In reference to our discussions regarding the above referenced modular refinery we have attached a detailed proposal for the Pegasus Sorghum Ethanol Refinery project.  Based upon our discussions so far, I believe this proposal provides a very clear focus for your specific business requirements.

 

Our proposal, with focus on size, cost, and profitability concerns is valid for Ninety (90) days starting from 15 December, 2020.

 

Scope: 1 x 210,000 gallons per day Pegasus Sorghum Ethanol Refinery

 

The project will be divided into multiple “Selectable” segments with all pricing in US Dollars

 

We thank you for the opportunity to provide this proposal and look forward to reviewing it in detail with you.

The NueFuel Team

PROJECT OBJECTIVE

To produce 10 million barrels per day of ethanol with better market conditions, promote technology development in the field. Generate the necessary raw material, food for livestock and sustainability of the area from economic, social and environmental perspectives.

OUR PROJECT

UNDERSTANDING

TARGETED LOCATION

  1. Costa del Pacifico (near the Pacific Ocean next to the Port of Chiapas) borders Guatemala.

  2. Sea level pressure 960 mmHg.

  3. Temperature from 34 to 36oC equiv. • 97.8 F.

  4. Rain for 7 to 8 months of the year

  5. Terrain is a plain .plane.

  1. Abundance of water, solar energy.