Distillation Distillation Equipment and Solvent Recovery Systems

Evaporative Crystallizers
from Hebeler LLC.

Buflovak offers an exclusive Caustic Cell Liquor design. Cell Liquor to 50% NaOH concentration using Buflovak ’s high efficiency separator design. Cell Liquor from 50% to 73-78% NaOH concentration using Buflovak ’s special steam heated tubular evaporator. Caustic concentration to 98%... [See More]

  • Solvent Recovery Technology: Distillation
  • Equipment Type: Modular / Tower
  • Distillation Process: Batch Distillation; Continuous Distillation
Distillation Unit K-355
from BUCHI Corporation

Manual distillation unit - straightforward and economical. The distillation unit K-350 is the cost-effective solution for fast and reliable nitrogen determination in accordance with standard methods. In addition to classic applications, the K-355 enables all kinds of steam distillation options,... [See More]

  • Solvent Recovery Technology: Distillation
  • Equipment Type: Laboratory
  • Distillation Process: Batch Distillation
Beer Dealcoholisation Modules
from Alfa Laval Inc.

Fully automated module that makes it easy to remove alcohol from beer at low temperature and pressure, using a single pass through a vertical stripping column. The Alfa Laval De-alcoholization Module makes it easy for breweries to produce beer with little or no alcohol content, with no big... [See More]

  • Solvent Recovery Technology: Distillation
  • Equipment Type: Modular / Tower
  • Distillation Process: Continuous Distillation
Multi-stage Pressure Column Distillation Units
from BMT USA, LLC

Multiple Effect Water Stills. Combining the advantages of the natural circulation method of distillation with the separation of pyrogens by forcing the steam produced to make a number of rigorous turns, the Pharmatec Multiple-Effect Water Still produces the highest quality Water-For-Injection... [See More]

  • Solvent Recovery Technology: Distillation
NGLS Fractionation
from Pentair Oil & Gas Separations

There are two basic steps to the treatment of natural gas liquids in the natural gas stream. First, the liquids must be extracted from the natural gas. Second, these NGLs must be separated themselves, down to their base components, which include methane (CH4), ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8) and... [See More]

  • Solvent Recovery Technology: Distillation
  • Equipment Type: Modular / Tower
  • Distillation Process: Fractional Distilation