Solid Materials Systems

KEY FEATURES

  • Closed CO2 cycle.
  • Hand operated quick opening extractors
  • Fractionated separations with fluid cyclone.
  • Windows for visual observation.
  • Mass flow CO2 measurement for accurate control of extraction efficiency.
  • Ultrasonic Interfaces.
  • Counter-current columns
  • Focussing Microwaves through SCF pressure vessels
  • In-vessel analytical measurements
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MEASURES

Used for the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (PMI) for pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals.

  • Degreasing of catalysts, medical implants and microchip sets.
  • Extraction of monomers from polymers.
  • Extraction of Cannabinoids from hemp plants.
  • Regeneration of molecular sieves.
  • Target site hydrogenation and polyolefin fractionation

SPECIFICATIONS

Vessel Rating To 15,000 psi High press.Pump type Pneumatic Chiller Rating 820 BTU/hr Operating pressure in psi, and are pressure vessels and seals are pressure certified? Australian certification by organisation that is independent of what the overseas supplier is able to certify. Stirrer Rating 3,000rpm at 10,000psi, 350 Deg

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

  • Able to custom design the Supercritical Fluid Extraction system to any size and configuration.
  • Pressure up to 700bar.
  • Medium size systems usually have vessel sizes from 1 to 20 litres but can design any size needed.
  • The extraction can be achieved with single or multiple vessels either in parallel or in sequence.
  • Separators can include an intermediary fluid cyclone for better fractionation.
  • Fractionated temperature and pressure cycles.
  • Engineered quality built into each system.
  • Adaptive to liquid/liquid extraction as an option. Easy access to components in the rig.
  • Interface with software for the overview of a control circuit, touch screen graphics.
  • Certificates for conformance to pressure vessel standards.

KEY FEATURES

  • Closed CO2 cycle.
  • Hand operated quick opening extractors
  • Fractionated separations with fluid cyclone.
  • Windows for visual observation.
  • Mass flow CO2 measurement for accurate control of extraction efficiency.
  • Ultrasonic Interfaces.
  • Counter-current columns
  • Focussing Microwaves through SCF pressure vessels
  • In-vessel analytical measurements