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|MATERIAL:||Stainless Steel 304||TEMPERATURE:||Room Temp~200 ℃(oil Heating Not Included )|
|DIAMETER:||500 (mm)||HEAT EXCHANGER HTA:||2(m2)|
|FEED AMOUNT:||80~240 (L/h)||VACUITY:||50mbar(depend On The Nature Of Material And Vacuum Pump)|
solvent recovery equipment,
solvent recycling machine
Stainless Steel 304 Solvent Recovery Machine for CBD / THC / Hemp oil
Horizontal or vertical shell-and-tube heat exchanger or plate heat exchanger, with flash vessel/separator and circulation pump.
—— Particular features
Less foul – boiling/evaporation will not take place on the heating surfaces, but in the separator. Fouling due to incrustation and precipitation in the calandria is therefore
Optimised heat exchange surface – flow velocity in the tubes determined by the circulation pump.
|MATERIAL||stainless steel 304|
|TEMPERATURE||Room temp~200 ℃(oil heating not included )|
|HEAT EXCHANGER HTA||2(m2)|
|FEED AMOUNT||80~240 (L/h)|
|VACUITY||50mbar(depend on the nature of material and vacuum pump)(vacuum pump not included)|
|FLOOR AREA||length*width*height=1200*800*2500 (mm)(without pump)|
|POWER||0.5KW (without vacuum pump)|
Solvent recovery machines are used extensively in recycling applications and to reduce manufacturing waste. A solvent recovery system, or solvent recover system, usually includes the use of a heating component and a condensation component to distill the liquid and separate the solvent from water. Solvent recovery machine may also include a vacuum unit that enables the system to operate at temperatures that are typically lower than the solvent’s boiling point. Solvent recycling is accomplished by a distillation process that includes the following steps:
Solvent recovery machine vessel processes waste solvent solution on either a batch or continuous basis.
A heated jacket injects heat into the waste solvent by conductive thermal transfer.
The vessel may be operated under vacuum, which lowers the boiling temperature of the solvent.
When the waste solvent reaches its boiling point, the solvent changes phase from liquid to a vapor.
The clean solvent vapor passes over a condenser containing both a condensing and a sub-cooling section. In the condenser, the solvent changes back to a liquid and is cooled back to ambient temperature.
The contaminants do not undergo a vapor phase, but stay behind to be discharged out of the drain port.
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