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|MATERIAL:||Stainless Steel 316||HEAT EXCHANGER HTA:||0.058 (m2)|
|ROTATION SPEED:||80-390rpm||FEED AMOUNT:||2000~6000 ( Ml/h)|
|VACUITY:||0.001mbar||COLD TRAP:||Liquid Nitrogen|
0.058 ㎡ Heat Exchange Short Path Distillation Equipment With Stainless Steel 316
Different from the traditional wiped film evaporator design, the condenser is located inside the Short Path Distillation Equipment body.
|MATERIAL||stainless steel 316|
|TEMPERATURE||Room temp~200/300 ℃(depend on the Electric heater)|
|HEAT EXCHANGER HTA||0.058 (m2)|
|INNER CONDENSING HTA||0.065 (m2)|
|FEED AMOUNT||2000~6000 ( ml/h)|
|FILM SYSTEM||Wiped Filming System|
|VACUITY||0.001mbar(depend on the nature of material and vacuum pump)|
|COLD TRAP||Liquid nitrogen|
|FLOOR AREA||length*width*height=1100*500*1750 (mm)(without pump)|
|POWER||2KW (without pump)|
Let’s take a look at how the Short Path Distillation Equipment works.
Where other methods employ solvents to help the extract material move or flow through the Short Path Distillation Equipment, these systems take advantage of the melting points of cannabinoids instead. These compact systems are set up with a feed vessel sending extract material into a heated evaporation vessel. Inside this evaporation vessel is a rotating wiper blade that evenly distributes the extract material onto the vessel walls. The extract material only spends a short amount of time on the wall to limit heat exposure and any degradation to the material.
Inside the evaporation vessel at the center is an internal condenser. This is where the various parts of the extract material are split up and concentrated. The close proximity of the condenser to the heated vessel wall provides a short path for the extract to travel to. Hence the name Short Path Distillation Equipment. As the wiper system moves the extraction material down through the vessel, it evaporates to the condenser which converts it back to a liquid. This liquid is then collected at the bottom and is now a distillate.
Heavier material like the chlorophyll, sugars, salts, and wax fractions are unable to evaporate off the surface of the evaporation vessel wall and so they travel, via the wiper blades, into a separate container which is also at the bottom. A separate and chilled evaporator captures the terpenes in their own flask.
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