B+B Engineering GmbH is a member of Protein Industries Canada (PIC).

Dear customers and business partners, we say "Welcome Back".

Life returns.

After the relaxation of the corona restrictions, the complete B+B team is back in the offices in Magdeburg. We would be pleased to welcome you for meetings, in compliance with the necessary hygiene regulations, also again personally in our offices. In addition, we are also technically prepared to conduct telephone or video conferences. We are looking forward to meeting you.

In September 2017, B+B launched the "EthaNa" joint project together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical-Biotechnological Processes (CBP) in Leuna and 10 partners to develop an innovative process for the mild, alcoholic extraction of rapeseed. The alternative processing line should be integrable into conventional oil mills.

The first construction phase of the EthaNa pilot plant, rapeseed dehulling, was successfully commissioned in April 2019. The ethanolic direct extraction and desolventizing, are currently being installed and will be commissioned in October 2020.

Patents for the EthaNa process have been granted in Canada and the USA.

Further information on this project can be found here.

B+B Engineering was commissioned by ADM WILD Europe GmbH & Co.KG as EPCM contractor.

The aim of the project is to increase the capacity of the flavor production.

B+B Engineering provides the EPCM services for the phases of project preparation, planning, procurement, execution as well as commissioning and acceptance of the plants.

B+B is planning the extension of the steam supply and the complete media distribution for a plant extension at Amino GmbH, Frellstedt.

B+B Engineering received various orders from CSP Atlanta for the realization of plants for the enzymatic modification of lecithin.

B+B Engineering has received an order from Solvay in Genthin to restructure the exhaust air concept for production reactors.

B+B Engineering has delivered two plants for crude oil filtration and lecithin drying for the production of high-quality lecithin for the food sector in Hungary and Austria.

In September 2017, B + B launched the collaborative project "EthaNa" together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical-Biotechnological Processes (CBP) in Leuna and 10 partners to develop an innovative process for the alcoholic extraction of oilseed rape. EthaNa stands for ethanolic native extraction peeled rapeseed, on which the process concept is based. The alternative treatment line should be able to be integrated into conventional oil mills. In the project, which runs until mid-2021, the researchers want to assess the technical, economic and ecological parameters on a pilot scale. Further information can be found via this link.