France Evaporation – Ammonia Stripping

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France Evaporation – Ammonia Stripping

Crystallization of ammonium sulphate

Company Description:

With over 20 years of experience and 100 facilities, France Evaporation designs, tests and builds key industrial facilities for evaporation, crystallisation and distillation for the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries as well as the mining sectors and water and waste treatment.

Technology Description:

Stripping (also called distillation) allows the separation of a solvent. This technology is often used to complement an evaporation unit for separating a solvent of produced condensates. The most common applications being the separation of ammonia or alcohol, to improve on the quality of condensates.

France Evaporation , France 33-03-2000-1750 Visit Company Website

Technology Type

  • Ammonia Stripping

Vendor

  • Equipment Vendor

Product

  • Concentrated Nutrients

Problem

  • Nitrogen
  • Odor
  • Pathogens

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Technology Strengths, Weaknesses and Critical Indicators

Ammonia-N can be harvested from manure and digestate using proven chemical/thermal processes:

  • Produces a concentrated source of nitrogen from a renewable source
  • Requires pre-treatment to remove coarse and fine solids
  • Pairs well with anaerobic digesters because digesters convert organic N into ammonium
  • Chemical storage required for process chemicals and final product
  •  Proven technology for nitrogen recovery, odor control, and pathogen reduction

Newtrient Comments/Opinions:

Ammonia-N can be harvested from manure using proven chemical/thermal processes.

  • Produces a concentrated source of nitrogen from a renewable source
  • Requires pre-treatment to remove coarse and fine solids
  • Pairs well with anaerobic digesters because digesters make more ammonia available
  • Chemical storage required for process chemicals and final product
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