Production of rose petals liquor in a semicontinuous regime: Investigation article

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Title Production of rose petals liquor in a semicontinuous regime: Investigation article
Producción de licor de pétalos de rosas en régimen semicontinuo: Artículo de investigación
 
Creator Mendoza-Pico, Vicky
García-Mujica, Robert
Morales-Paredes, Carlos Augusto
 
Subject licor
aceite esencial
rosas
licor de rosas
semicontinuo
liquor
essential oil
roses
rose liquor
semi-continuous
 
Description This article is based on the study of the scaling of the production of a liquor based on rose petals, where the main research parameters that involve carrying out an analysis of the raw material and the relationship between raw material and product are established. final. Next, the laboratory scale production process was designed as a starting point to obtain a balance of materials and to be able to go from laboratory scale to industrial scale production for a final production of 50 L per batch. With the data from the experimentation and the scaling, a plan of the distribution of the production process in the plant was carried out, which is developed in 7 processes, of which the solid-liquid extraction stands out as the main process, which is where the extraction of the essential oil of rose petals by using the solvent that in this case is ethanol at 95 °. The plant equipment necessary to meet the final production volume was also defined. The project ends with the physical-chemical analysis of the final product, where it was established that the liquor complies with the INEN 1837 Standards for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages specifically for liqueurs, obtaining in our product an alcoholic degree of 25 °, the presence of methanol and furfural that were negative for the product.
Keywords: liquor, essential oil, roses, rose liquor, semi-continuous.
El presente manuscrito se basa en el estudio del escalamiento de la producción de un licor a base de pétalos de rosas, donde se establecen los principales parámetros de investigación que involucran llevar a cabo un análisis de la materia prima y la relación entre materia prima y producto final. A continuación, se diseñó el proceso productivo a escala laboratorio como punto de partida para obtener un balance de materiales y poder pasar de escala de laboratorio a una producción en régimen semicontinuo para una producción final de 50 L por lote. Con los datos de la experimentación y el escalado se realizó un plano de la distribución del proceso productivo en la planta, el cual se desarrolla en 7 etapas; se destaca como proceso principal, la técnica de extracción solido-líquido que es donde interviene la extracción del aceite esencial de los pétalos de rosas por medio de la utilización de un solvente que para este caso es el etanol a 95°. También se definieron los equipos de la planta necesarios para cumplir con el volumen de producción final. El proyecto finaliza con el análisis físico-químico del producto, donde se estableció que el licor cumple con las Normas INEN 1837 para la elaboración de bebidas alcohólicas en específico para licores, obteniendo en este producto un grado alcohólico de 25°. Finalmente, se analizó la presencia de metanol y furfural que dieron negativos para el producto.
Palabras clave: licor, aceite esencial, rosas, licor de rosas, semicontinuo.
Abstract
This article is based on the study of the scaling of the production of a liquor based on rose petals, where the main research parameters that involve carrying out an analysis of the raw material and the relationship between raw material and product are established. final. Next, the laboratory scale production process was designed as a starting point to obtain a balance of materials and to be able to go from laboratory scale to industrial scale production for a final production of 50 L per batch. With the data from the experimentation and the scaling, a plan of the distribution of the production process in the plant was carried out, which is developed in 7 processes, of which the solid-liquid extraction stands out as the main process, which is where the extraction of the essential oil of rose petals by using the solvent that in this case is ethanol at 95 °. The plant equipment necessary to meet the final production volume was also defined. The project ends with the physical-chemical analysis of the final product, where it was established that the liquor complies with the INEN 1837 Standards for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages specifically for liqueurs, obtaining in our product an alcoholic degree of 25 °, the presence of methanol and furfural that were negative for the product.
Keywords: liquor, essential oil, roses, rose liquor, semi-continuous.
Información del manuscrito:Fecha de recepción: 10 de mayo de 2019Fecha de aceptación: 27 de junio de 2019Fecha de publicación: 10 de julio de 2019
 
Publisher IBKNORGCORP S.A.
 
Date 2019-07-10
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Artículo revisado por pares
 
Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier https://journalingeniar.org/index.php/ingeniar/article/view/15
10.46296/ig.v2i4.0010
 
Source Scientific Journal INGENIAR: Engineering, Technology and Research; Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): INGENIAR Scientific Journal: Engineering, Technology and Research; 24-37
Revista Científica INGENIAR: Ingeniería, Tecnología e Investigación. ISSN: 2737-6249.; Vol. 2 Núm. 4 (2019): Revista Científica INGENIAR: Ingeniería, Tecnología e Investigación; 24-37
2737-6249
10.46296/ig.v2i4
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://journalingeniar.org/index.php/ingeniar/article/view/15/31
https://journalingeniar.org/index.php/ingeniar/article/view/15/32
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2019 Revista Científica INGENIAR: Ingeniería, Tecnología e Investigación. ISSN: 2737-6249.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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