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Supercritical CO2 Extraction Machine
Since 1989, an expert in Supercritical Fluid Systems in China.
Supercritical CO2 Extractors/CO2 Essential Oil Extraction Equipment, Drying Equipment, Micronization Equipment, Dyeing Machine, Cleaning Systems, and Reaction Equipment.
What is Supercritical CO2 Extraction Machine?
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The supercritical CO2 extraction machine is a kind of equipment used in the fields of food, medicine, and cosmetics. The principle of its extraction and separation process is based on the effect of pressure and temperature on the dissolving ability of supercritical CO2 fluid. The supercritical CO2 extractor can maximize the acquisition of useful components, and can selectively extract and separate them. It is suitable for the extraction and separation of active ingredients such as volatile oil, fatty oil, coumarin, terpenes, alkaloids, and quinones.
The CO2 extraction machine/co2 essential oil extraction equipment consists of an extraction system, separation system, pressurization system, heat exchange system, safety system, and control system.
Types of CO2 Extraction Machines
For more than 30+ years, BIT has designed and produced the Supercritical CO2 Extraction Machine suitable for different applications: Essential Oil CO2 Extractor, Natural Pigment CO2 Extraction Equipment, etc.
Freely customize Supercritical CO2 Extractor:
Pressure: 35 – 105MPa;
Capacity: 1 oz – 3000 lb.
Laboratory scale Small CO2 extractor (200 – 10000ml); Pilot and production scale CO2 extraction equipment (20 -180L); Industrial CO2 extraction machine (200 – 9000L).
The supercritical fluid fractionation column with the corresponding capacity can be customized.
What is the Supercritical CO2 Extraction Process
Supercritical CO2 fluid extraction (SC-CO) is the process of separating one component (the extractant) from another (the matrix) using supercritical fluids as the extracting solvent.
The CO2 extraction process is used particularly in the food, beverage, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industry for extracting natural substances, aromas, fats, oils, waxes, polymers, enzymes, and colorants in their supercritical physical state.
Why is CO2 used as a supercritical fluid: CO2 is a natural and environmentally-friendly solvent which has advantages over synthetic and harmful media such as n-hexane when it comes to sustainability.
CO2 EXTRACTION METHOD
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What is supercritical CO2 extraction used for?
The characteristics of the supercritical CO2 extraction process determine its wide range of applications.
For example, in the pharmaceutical industry, it can be used for the extraction of effective ingredients of herbal medicines, the refining of heat-sensitive biological products, and the separation of lipid mixtures; in the food industry, the extraction of hops, the extraction of pigments, etc.; in the perfume industry, natural and Refining of synthetic spices; separation of mixtures in the chemical industry, etc.
For example CO2 essential oil extraction methods
SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EQUIPMENT
BIT’s lab, pilot, commercial, industrialized supercritical CO2 fluid extraction machine production systems are sold worldwide. China’s market share exceeds 80%. Through Chinese trading companies, they are exported to the United States, Canada, Argentina, Britain, Italy, Switzerland, France, Poland, Spain, Hungary, New Zealand, India, South Korea, North Korea, Sri Lanka, Morocco, and other countries.
Supercritical CO2 extraction machine manufacturers – BIT
Since 1989, Nantong Borisbang Industrial Technology Co., Ltd. (BIT) has been engaged in the design and production of supercritical fluid systems.