International Soley Biotechnology Institute



United Nations
Foundation for the Global Compact

 

NB249 Nanotechnological Emulsion Breaker and
Automatic Flocculation (Separation) System
REAL-TIME, CONTIUOUSLY WHEY DELIQUDIFICATION SYSTEM
(Whey Protein Production System)

 

As known, whey and liquid cheesery/dairy wastes, which are one of the hardest the industrial wastes to treat, are not possible to be improved by regular filter techniques.  The most common reclamation way for whey containing numerous dissolved organic and inorganic compounds in it, besides pendant sedimenthas been decomposing the whey with bacteria and obtaining biogas. However, because of not being able to achieve the desired amount of biogas production due to having disinfectants and antibacterial products used in cheeseries mixed with the cheesery waste water and the liquid obtained after the biogas production still being too pollutant to be discharged to sewage and thus being too expensive with the need for extra filtering steps, this was for reclamation is not preferred by producers anymore. 

 

Furthermore, whey protein is a really appreciated nutriment in food industry, medicine and veterinary. By the characteristics such as being dewatered without any high temperature processes, being processed easily, having low cost of management, being able to obtain clear water to reuse in variable fields (agricultural watering, washing, etc.) and being able to do the process immediately and repeatedly, it is possible by our new method to convert the whey waste into commercial gaining for human consumption and animal food additive (ice-cream additive, dairy product additive, body-building additive, etc.) by decomposing and dewatered the whey protein from the waste water of cheeseries.

 

Thanks to the method that we dedicated to world market and that is improved by Soley Institute, the polluting phase of whey water will be separated with low expenditure and high efficiency. Plus, the polluting phase will become available for combustion by simple filtering method (flocculation-coagulation).

Only consumable that is used is called NB249, which is an emulsion breaker. NB249 is, fundamentally, slow osculating emulsion breaker product that is nanotechnologically added on silicon molecules and that causes the phase separation by changing the zeta potential in liquids and affects only specific molecules. By its slow oscillation characteristic, it prevents the expense of consumables in the case of insufficient amount of pollutants by changing its melting ratio depending on the density of the pollutant in the waste water.

Having an operating cost approximately 0.2-0.5$ per 1m3 and availability of clear water obtained from decomposition processes to be reused (washing, watering, etc.) made this newly improved method beneficial to use.

 

 

 

 

System Costs

Daily Process Amount

Whole System Cost

Management Cost for each M3

10-40 m3

39000$

0.2-0.5$

50-90 m3

52000$

0.2-0.5$

100-250 m3

94000$

0.2-0.5$

300-380 m3

147000$

0.2-0.5$

400-500 m3

219000$

0.2-0.5$

1Kg NB249 is 14 USD. 1Kg NB249 can sufficient for 40-50 ton whey wastewater dewatering.

 

Daily Capacity

Power Consumption for each m3

Plugs

Container Size

10-40 m3

~1050 W

1 Single Phase 40A Fuse

20 DC

50-90 m3

~900 W

2 Single Phase 40A Fuses

20 DC

100-250 m3

~750 W

2 Single Phase 40A Fuses

40 DC

300-380 m3

~600 W

2 Single Phase 40A Fuses

40 DC

400-500 m3

~550 W

1 Tri-Phase 50A Fuse

40 DC

Capacity

Area Requirement

10-40 m3

20m2 x h3m

50-90 m3

40m2 x h3m

100-250 m3

60m2 x h3,5m

300-380 m3

70m2 x h4m

400-500 m3

90m2 x h4m

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Nano-technological Emulsion Breaker NB249

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Whey water after the process

 

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Whey Separation

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