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McCord Pankonen

Strategic Accounts Manager - Biorefining North America

Solenis LLC

HQ Phone: (302) 594-5000

Email: m***@***.com

Solenis LLC

500 Hercules Road

Wilmington, Delaware 19808

United States

Company Description

Solenis is a leading global producer of specialty chemicals for the pulp, paper, oil and gas, chemical processing, mining, biorefining, power and municipal markets. more

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Employment History

Global Biorefining Marketing Manager
Waters Corporation

Global Biorefining Applications Sales and Product Development Manager
Ashland Inc.

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Ashland Water Technologies News RSS

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People interested in learning more about Ashland?s products for the ethanol industry should contact McCord Pankonen at (605) 214-3127 or by email at mpankonen@ashland.com.

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?The customers we?ve worked with in developing this value-added product have documented a number of benefits from using the PTV M-5309 corn oil extraction aid,? said McCord Pankonen, global biorefining marketing manager, Water Technologies. ?The real beauty of the product is that refiners don?t have to change their process. Many of those who are using our corn oil extraction aid are producing up to three times more corn oil than they previously achieved.?
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People interested in learning more about Ashland?s PTV M-5309 corn oil extraction aid should contact McCord Pankonen at (605) 214-3127 or by e-mail at mpankonen@ashland.com.


McCord Pankonen, Global ...

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McCord Pankonen, Global Biorefining Marketing Manager - Ashland, Inc.


"The customers we've worked with in ...

ethanolproducer.com [cached]

"The customers we've worked with in developing this value-added product have documented a number of benefits from using the PTV M-5309 corn oil extraction aid," said McCord Pankonen, global biorefining marketing manager, water technologies. "The real beauty of the product is that refiners don't have to change their process."

The patent-pending extraction aid is chemical rather than mechanical and therefore, requires no additional capital expenditure, Pankonen told EPM. It is added to the process after distillation, to the syrup being separated into corn oil and DDGs and works by improving the release of oil during mechanical extraction. The resulting oil contains less solids and means a reduction of system deposits, adding up to less downtime for cleaning and maintenance.
The company began testing its extraction aid in 2009 in ethanol facilities. Because all plants are not alike, it has worked with more than 20 ethanol plants to confirm and quantify the results of using the chemical extraction aid. "We worked very closely with our customers to design a technology that is easily integrated into their existing process," Pankonen said.
The company's work with ethanol producers in the past has focused on providing water treatment chemicals to control corrosion, reducing microbial contamination and helping to install zero-discharge water reuse systems. In working to help customers enhance their bottom line, the Ashland biorefining team recognized the opportunity for a corn oil extraction aid, Pankonen said.


"The customers we've worked with in ...

ethanolproducer.com [cached]

"The customers we've worked with in developing this value-added product have documented a number of benefits from using the PTV M-5309 corn oil extraction aid," said McCord Pankonen, global biorefining marketing manager, water technologies. "The real beauty of the product is that refiners don't have to change their process."

The patent-pending extraction aid is chemical rather than mechanical and therefore, requires no additional capital expenditure, Pankonen told EPM. It is added to the process after distillation, to the syrup being separated into corn oil and DDGs and works by improving the release of oil during mechanical extraction. The resulting oil contains less solids and means a reduction of system deposits, adding up to less downtime for cleaning and maintenance.
The company began testing its extraction aid in 2009 in ethanol facilities. Because all plants are not alike, it has worked with more than 20 ethanol plants to confirm and quantify the results of using the chemical extraction aid. "We worked very closely with our customers to design a technology that is easily integrated into their existing process," Pankonen said.
The company's work with ethanol producers in the past has focused on providing water treatment chemicals to control corrosion, reducing microbial contamination and helping to install zero-discharge water reuse systems. In working to help customers enhance their bottom line, the Ashland biorefining team recognized the opportunity for a corn oil extraction aid, Pankonen said.


"The customers we've worked with in ...

www.ethanolproducer.com [cached]

"The customers we've worked with in developing this value-added product have documented a number of benefits from using the PTV M-5309 corn oil extraction aid," said McCord Pankonen, global biorefining marketing manager, water technologies.

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