Since 2017, Sunresin has carried out research and development on BPA resins. From understanding the production process of bisphenol A to benchmarking against similar competition products, after thousands of experiments and demonstrations, the resins were be tested for the first time in 2022.
During the processing from the corn raw materials to the final allulose product, Sunresin provides a complete purification process including: ion exchange deashing, activated carbon decolorization, chromatographic separation, etc., to achieve high-quality crystalline allulose. Currently, the two core process units in allulose production are the differential isomerization of fructose and the purification process.
Sunresin provides a mature ion exchange resin process for acetic acid purification, which can remove bromine or chloride ions in acetic acid to less than 5ppm, or undetectable levels. The fixed bed mode is recommended for the ion exchange process for acetic acid purification, which runs continuously and removes impurities through the front and back resin columns to improve the removal accuracy and ensure the maximum utilization of the resins. For details, refer to the figure below.
According to the forecast from 2020 to 2025, the global lactic acid market is growing rapidly, with the growth rate at about 12.8%. This means the value of the lactic acid market will double every five years, from $1.1 billion in 2020 to $2.2 billion in 2025. The major driver for the growth of the global lactic acid market is the soaring demand for polylactic acid as a biodegradable packaging material, which accounts for more than 39% of the lactic acid market demand. Lactic acid is often used as a monomer to make polylactic acid.
Sunresin’s VOCs treatment resin is a styrene-DVB matrix macroporous adsorption resin with a specially designed resin structure. It has a good mesh structure and a high specific surface area, and can be sieved through the size of the pores. Organic molecules are selectively adsorbed by interaction, intermolecular force or hydrogen bond interaction.
In Sunresin’s method, the hydrophobicity of the resin is further increased, the degree of crosslinking gets increased, and the pore structure gets adjusted. The adsorption resins have a narrow particle size distribution, uniform pore size and high specific surface area. As the size of micropores in the resin is close to the molecular size of perfluorooctanoate in water, which has a strong selectivity of the adsorbates and can therefore further increase the adsorption rate of perfluorinated compounds.
Sunresin’s new Core-Shell Multimodal chromatography can efficiently capture contaminants while allowing target molecules to flow through. The Seplife® Suncore 700 / 400 chromatography resins have the characteristics of high flow rate, low back pressure, high throughput, good chemical stability and mechanical properties, which facilitate scale-up, shorten production time and improve production efficiency.
The Core-Shell multi-mode chromatography medium is a new multi-mode agarose chromatography medium independently developed by Sunresin Technology, used for purification and polishing of biological macromolecules such as viruses.