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Rayeman Elements Partners with Saola Energy on Leading Industry Bolt-On Enzymatic Biodiesel Technology Platform

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(Rayeman Elements/EIN News Desk)  Rayeman Elements expands their product offerings to include enzymatic bolt-on biodiesel technology, with Saola Energy providing project engineering and design  —  Rayeman Elements, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has diversified its business model and created a Biofuels Division to provide patented and proven technology for the production of biodiesel co-located with ethanol plants. As a part of this new endeavor, Rayeman Elements has selected top engineering firm, Saola Energy, LLC, to provide engineering and design for the biodiesel technology, giving companies interested in building a biodiesel plant their best option.

In addition to the use of this technology, Rayeman Elements’ and Saola Energy’s primary focus will be to utilize a proven enzymatic biodiesel process. These state-of-the-art facilities will include standard methanol recovery and distillation units as part of the package offering. A standard plant size offering will be a 2 million gallons per year production design. However, customized plant size designs will be accommodated per customer requests.

In searching for a partner to work with them on this process, Samantha Western, President of Rayeman Elements said, “Saola Energy was the clear choice for design and engineering work regarding the biodiesel and co-location technology, due to their extensive experience in the arena. We couldn’t be more pleased about our partnership with everyone at Saola and believe together, we will bring the change and solutions needed to the industry.”

Adam Belyamani, COO of Saola Energy, said, “We were thrilled when we received the call from Rayeman Elements asking to provide the engineering design for their new technology. Saola Energy has worked with Rayeman Elements on projects in the past, and we are pleased to provide our biodiesel expertise in conjunction with their collocation technology.”

This unique technology will help ethanol plants diversify their product offerings, allowing them to gain a significant advantage by increasing the value of their corn oil stream while expanding their advanced biofuels offerings.

About Rayeman Elements
Rayeman Elements, Inc. is committed to the manufacturing, development, and the distribution of innovative, ground-breaking technology to produce environmentally friendly products that you trust. Our pioneering technology and manufacturing process has been 25 years in the making, creating a variety of solutions for the Ethanol industry and beyond.

About Saola Energy, LLC
Saola Energy is a Technology and Service company that partners with its clients to provide project management and process engineering on capital projects. Working predominantly in the Midwest on diverse projects in market sectors such as ethanol, renewable diesel, biodiesel, and oil refining, Saola Energy is a leader in technology development to increase capacity, increase efficiency and add value to product streams.  READ MORE

A new ‘bolt-on’ biodiesel production technology for ethanol facilities (Biofuels International)

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