Supercritical Fluid Extraction

       Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) is the process of separating one component (the extractant) from another (the matrix) using supercritical fluids as the extracting solvent.The basic principle of supercritical fluid extraction is to use the supercritical state of the fluid to dissolve the desired chemical composition under the condition that the extraction liquid is higher than its critical temperature and critical pressure. And then reduce the pressure or raise the temperature of the fluid solution to make that the solute dissolved in the supercritical fluid precipitate a specific solute because of the decrease in its density.

        ChemRe System's R-401 and R-402 series provide all the requirements for supercritical fluid extraction.

High Pressure Reactor (Stirred Type) R-201

The high pressure reactor is suitable for the research application and program control of high temperature and high pressure chemical reactions in various laboratories today. The main function of the reactor is to control various conditions in the reaction process, such as pressure, temperature, volume, residence time, concentration of each reactant, reaction rate, heat transfer coefficient, stirring rate and other parameters, as well as a chemical reaction vessel as a reactant.

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High Pressure Oven Reactor R-202

Use oven to reduce the impact of environmental factors on the reaction. The high pressure reactor is suitable for the research application and program control of high temperature and high pressure chemical reactions in various laboratories today. The main function of the reactor is to control various conditions in the reaction process, such as pressure, temperature, volume, residence time, concentration of each reactant, reaction rate, heat transfer coefficient, stirring rate and other parameters, as well as a chemical reaction vessel as a reactant.

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Supercritical Fluid Extractor (S.F.E.) R-401

When a natural product is extracted by a supercritical extraction method, carbon dioxide (CO2) is generally used as an extractant. Because the critical temperature of CO2 (31 ° C) is close to room temperature, less damage to volatile or physiologically active substances. At the same time, CO2 is safe and non-toxic, extraction and separation can be completed at one time, no residue, suitable for food and drug extraction. So usually applied to the food industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the cosmetics industry…etc.

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Oven type Supercritical Fluid Extractor (S.F.E.) R-402

When a natural product is extracted by a supercritical extraction method, carbon dioxide (CO2) is generally used as an extractant. Because the critical temperature of CO2 (31 ° C) is close to room temperature, less damage to volatile or physiologically active substances. At the same time, CO2 is safe and non-toxic, extraction and separation can be completed at one time, no residue, suitable for food and drug extraction. So usually applied to the food industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the cosmetics industry…etc.

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Supercritical Fluid Dryer (S.F.D.) R-403

Supercritical drying is a method of removing solvent and not causing surface tension effects. As the liquid evaporates, surface tension can drag small structures in the solid, causing the solid to twist or shrink. Under supercritical conditions, there is no surface tension and removal of supercritical fluid does not affect the shape of the solid. Supercritical drying is used to make aerogels, drying some easily damaged materials, such as archaeological samples or samples for electron microscopy experiments.

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Supercritical Water Oxidation System (S.C.W.O.) R-404

This model uses supercritical water as a medium to oxidize hazardous waste and remove toxic combustion products. Supercritical water oxidation technology can also be used to treat wastewater and residual sludge.

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Automation pH Control Reactor System R-501

R-501 model is glass reactor with strring. It can be utilized in various purpose. Customer can control process and conditoin of reaction during various temperature, pressure using by the probe of pH, DO, ORP, conductivity, etc.

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Cold Isostatic Pressure System

CIP model is utilized to sterilize and preserve applying cold isostatic pressure by ultra high fluid(max.1000 bar) in a brief time.

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Food Isostatic Pressure System

FIP model is utilized to sterilize and preserve applying isostatic pressure by ultra high fluid(max.6000 bar) in a brief time.

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