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SOP Manual for Sugar Industry

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This SOP article deals an elaborated report on “Sugar Industry”. This industry primarily involved in production of sugar from sugar cane or beet cane. Rising growth in agricultural sectors, increasing demand from food processing industry, growing population, rising international commodity trading activities, emerging economic condition in developing countries, and globalization these are the major facts which influence the growth of global sugar manufacturing industry market. Based on the different form of state, the sugar manufacturing industry is classified into various types such as powdered, granulated, and syrup. Comparingly, granulated sugar is the major product segment which has a huge demand in many industrial sectors including food & beverage, diary, bakery industry, and paramedical manufacturing. According to the survey, over 25% of global agricultural lands are consumed for sugar cane cultivation, and sugar is considered as the one of richest commodity utilized in the international trade. Asia-Pacific region dominates the global sugar manufacturing industry market in terms of production and distribution. Among country segmentation, Brazil is the largest producers of sugar, where they doubled the production rate since 2000 and they export the sugar to every part of the world. Owing to the rising pace of demand for the sugar related products, the global sugar manufacturing industry market is expected to produce 199.6 million tons of sugar by 2024, with a growing CAGR of 1%.

Types of Sugars:

  • Granulated sugar
  • Confectioners' sugar
  • Fruit sugar
  • Baker's special sugar
  • Superfine sugar
  • Cane sugar
  • Coarse sugar
  • Sanding sugar
  • Pearl sugar
  • Light brown sugar
  • Dark brown sugar
  • Free-flowing brown sugar
  • Turbinado sugar
  • Muscovado sugar
  • Liquid sugar

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Classification of sugar plants:

  • Open pan boiling sugar plants
  • Vacuum & pressure boiler boiling plants
  • Sugar refinery
  • Turbine based power houses (power cogeneration)

Industry Process:

This industry operation starts with harvesting and cultivation of raw materials. Based on the types of raw materials, the industry is classified into two types such as cane sugar industry and beet sugar industry. The harvested canes are allowed for cleaning process. Then, the canes are shaped into strips by using cutting machines and the strips is sprayed with a hot water for about 75 degree Celsius in order to remove the sucrose content. Now, the strips are allowed in a heavily grooved rolled crusher, which breaks and crushes the strip to extract the sugar from it. Then, the cane juice is undergone for filtration process and they added to a machine that runs at 200 RPM for about 15 hours. Finally, the sugar is allowed for drying process and then, they are sorted and packed according to its grade.

Steps Involved in Sugar Industry:

  • Planting and harvesting
  • Preparation and processing
  • Juice extraction pressing
  • Purification of juice
  • Crystallization
  • Centrifugating
  • Drying and packaging

Machines used in this industry:

  • Complete Sugar Plants
  • Juice and Molasses
  • Storage Tanks
  • Vacuum pans
  • Cane Unloading
  • Molasses Storage
  • Tanks Evaporators
  • Cane Cutters
  • Sugarcane Milling
  • Tandems
  • Juice Heaters
  • Bagasse Handling and Transfer
  • Sugar Centrifugals
  • Filter Presses
  • Carbonation Equipment
  • Supplication Equipment
  • Crystallizers
  • Sugar Dryers
  • Sugar Graders

International Standard and Association Regarding this Industry:

Leading Sugar Manufacturing Industries in the world:

Journals and Magazine Related to this Industries:

SOP Manual for Sugar Industry

Research By : Udhay Sankar

 

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