GLUCOSE – FRUCTOSE

Orochem has developed technologies for commercial scale production of Fructose from corn starch as also from Sucrose. The Sucrose conversion technology involves inversion of Sucrose into Glucose & Fructose. Orochem has developed a technology for enzymatic inversion of Sucrose which offers perfect inversion into 50:50 glucose and fructose unlike chemical inversion where the percentage of Glucose is slightly higher and there is some loss due to formation of other unwanted reaction products. Orochem has also developed technology for enzymatic isomerization of Glucose into fructose which offers a very high value addition to the process. Orochem SMB technology offers separation of fructose & glucose from the inversion mix as also from the partially isomerized fructose-glucose mix. The overall fructose manufacturing process offers more than 97% conversion of Sucrose into Fructose.

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Rotary valve apparatus for simulated moving bed separationsOroskar, Anil R. U.S. Patent 8,349,175, issued January 8, 2013.Orochem Technologies, Inc.
Process and adsorbent for separating ethanol and associated oxygenates from a biofermentation systemOroskar, Anil R., Deepak Sharma, David W. House, and Alice M. Havill. U.S. Patent 8,658,845, issued February 25, 2014.Orochem Technologies, Inc.
Purification of montelukast using simulated moving bed A.K. Mandal, K.J. Ranbhan, G.G. Pai, A. Agarwal, R.V. N. Rema, A. OroskarOrochem Technologies, Inc.
Mannose production from palm kernel meal using simulated moving bed separationAnil R Oroskar, Naveen S Sudharsan, Priyanka Anil Oroskar, Omkar M Kulkarni US Patent 9163050 B2, 2012Orochem Technologies, Inc.
SMB process for the purification of ethanol and butanediol with integrated regenerationSharma, Deepak, Rahul K. Keswani, Wahab Mahmood, and Asha A. Oroskar. U.S. Patent 8,704,016, issued April 22, 2014. US Patent 8704016 B2, 2013Orochem Technologies, Inc.
Recovery of highly pure alpha-tocotrienol from crude palm oil extract Oroskar, Anil, Deepak Sharma, Vanshidhar Singh, Anand Oroskar, and Gautham Oroskar. U.S. Patent 8,937,191, issued January 20, 2015. US Patent 8937191 B2, 2012Orochem Technologies, Inc.