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|Material:||Stainless Steel 304||Column Size:||DN100*1000-2000mm|
|Internals:||10-20 Sieve Tray Columns.||Reboiler:||50L-100L|
|Receiver Size&quantity:||20L*2 Or 30L*2||Vacuity:||MIN:10mbar(depend On The Nature Of Material And Vacuum Pump&vacuum Pump Not Included)|
multicomponent distillation column,
azeotropic distillation column
0.5 KW Power Vacuity Fractional Distillation Column for CBD / THC / Hemp oil
Feed liquid is admitted into still under high vacuum, immediately spread into a very thin film and forced quickly down the evaporation surface. Heated walls and high vacuum drive the more volatile components (distillate) to the external condenser as the less volatile components (residue) continue down the cylinder. The resulting fractions, thus separated, exit through individual discharge outlets. Depending on application, the desired product is either the distillate or the residue fraction. Small amounts of condensable low MW compounds collect in cold trap upstream of vacuum system. For high solvent loads, an optional external condenser may be installed immediately downstream of the still.
|Material||stainless steel 304|
|Temperature||Room temp~200/300 ℃(depend on the oil heater)|
|Internals||10-20 Sieve tray columns.|
|Condenser HTA||0.86 (m2)|
|Vacuity||MIN:10mbar(depend on the nature of material and vacuum pump&vacuum pump not included)|
|Floor area||length*width*height=1000*800*2700-3500 (mm)|
Design and operation of a Fractional Distillation Column depends on the feed and desired products. Given a simple, binary component feed, analytical methods such as the McCabe–Thiele method or the Fenske equation can be used. For a multi-component feed, simulation models are used both for design and operation.
Moreover, the efficiencies of the vapor–liquid contact devices (referred to as plates or trays) used in Fractional Distillation Columns are typically lower than that of a theoretical 100% efficient equilibrium stage. Hence, a Fractional Distillation Column needs more plates than the number of theoretical vapor–liquid equilibrium stages.
Reflux refers to the portion of the condensed overhead product that is returned to the tower. The reflux flowing downwards provides the cooling required for condensing the vapours flowing upwards. The reflux ratio, which is the ratio of the (internal) reflux to the overhead product, is conversely related to the theoretical number of stages required for efficient separation of the distillation products. Fractional distillation towers or columns are designed to achieve the required separation efficiently. The design of fractionation columns is normally made in two steps; a process design, followed by a mechanical design. The purpose of the process design is to calculate the number of required theoretical stages and stream flows including the reflux ratio, heat reflux and other heat duties. The purpose of the mechanical design, on the other hand, is to select the tower internals, column diameter and height. In most cases, the mechanical design of fractionation towers is not straightforward. For the efficient selection of tower internals and the accurate calculation of column height and diameter, many factors must be taken into account. Some of the factors involved in design calculations include feed load size and properties and the type of Fractional Distillation Column used.
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