Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry  
220072 Minsk, Surganov Str. 13

Technology of intensive exstracting starch in potato processing










Linked profile in other language
Kristina Kosikova
+375 17 379 1632
The Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry offers consumers the technology of intensive exstracting starch in the complex processing of potatoes under a commercial agreement with technical assistance, equipment for its implementation under a manufacturing agreement and is looking for partners to conclude a technical cooperation agreement.
The technology provides for a compact intensive starch extraction scheme. The design has been improved and centrifugal paddle sieves with a capacity of 20 tons/hour have been manufactured. For mechanical modification of potato pulp into a highly effective reagent, high-speed disintegrators with a capacity of 8 tons/hour have been developed and manufactured. The cell sap is concentrated in ultrafiltration plants.
Advantages and Innovations
Innovative design solutions, new technology.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group

Client information

R&D institution
Year established
NACE keywords
C.20.59 - Manufacture of other chemical products n.e.c.
C.21.10 - Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products
E.36.00 - Water collection, treatment and supply
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Additional comments
The Institute occupies a leading position in the world in the development, manufacture and use of ion-exchange fibrous materials and artificial substrates for growing plants. The works of the Institute in the field of membranes and membrane technologies are widely known. Membrane materials for ultra- and microfiltration have been developed and produced in the form of continuous sheets and capillaries, cassette, roll and hollow fiber elements for use in energy, food, pharmaceutical, electronic and other industries.

Catalysts developed at the Institute have been introduced at the largest chemical enterprises An anti-block composition has been introduced on an industry scale to prevent sticking of the cellophane film during its production. An industrial radiation-chemical technology has been developed for obtaining blood plasma substitutes Rondex and Neorondex.

The scientists of the Institute discovered and studied the reactions: heterocyclization of azomethines with carbonyl compounds, hydroamination of oxygen-containing compounds, initiated decarboxylation of mercury acylates, construction of an isothiazole cycle from 2-nitropentachlorobutadiene and sulfur. Convenient methods have been developed for the synthesis of benzoquinolines, amines, pyridines, organomercury compounds, electrochemical methods for the preparation of p-complexes of transition metals, and methods for the synthesis of various functionally substituted organohalogen compounds, carboranes, and peroxides.

The activities of the Institute are aimed at developing scientific principles and technologies for creating new polymeric materials with special properties (selectively permeable, sorption, ion-exchange, catalytically active) for use in industry, ecology, agriculture, water treatment; development of synthesis methods and technologies for obtaining medicinal substances based on amino acids and their derivatives, biologically active substances and compositions for medicine and agriculture, functionally substituted organic and organoelement compounds.

The Institute carries out international scientific and technical cooperation within the framework of direct agreements with scientific institutions of Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Poland, Sweden, China and others. firms of Saudi Arabia, Germany, Korea, Russia, USA.
Languages spoken

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Commercial agreement with technical assistance
Manufacturing agreement
Technical cooperation agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purshasing the technology of intensive exstracting starch in the complex processing of potatoes under a commercial agreement with technical assistance and equipment for its implementation under a manufacturing agreement.

Partners interested in the development of technology for intensive extracting starch in the complex processing of potatoes and the improvement of equipment for its implementation under a technical cooperation agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
Sole proprietor
Views: 600
Statistics since 19.01.2023 21:27:30