Closed-Loop Hydrocarbon Extractor
Our closed-loop hydrocarbon extraction equipment presents from the lab scale to commercial grade.
Hydrocarbon extraction usually utilizes butane, propane, and isobutane as the solvent to extract cannabinoids, which preserves temperature-sensitive terpenes from the concentrate due to the solvent’s low boiling point. Moreover, with closed-loop structure, the flammable and combustible solvent gas will not release into the atmosphere, thus safe to operate.
Capacity per batch: 5, 10, 20, 40, and 80 lbs
Designed pressure: 200 PSI
Working pressure: 150 PSI
CRC: 6"x12" or 6"x24" with a 5um sintered filter
Applicable solvents: butane, propane, isobutane ( compatible with singular and mixed hydrocarbon solvents)
Our closed loop systems come with multiple certifications to meet different authoritative international standards so as to lay your safety worries aside in advance.
Highly promised safety, and premium vessels' quality and excellent thickness
Pre-inspected by water-pressure testing and x-ray radiographic testing
Flexible setup with casters, easy to fix and move.
Each column is equipped with sight glasses to view the extraction process.
The sieve and coil ensure the solvent recovery effect and improve the solvent utilization rate.
The jacketed material column is with a 50-micron sintering filter and collection vessel on the bottom, for easy collection.
Vacuum jacketed on the solvent vessel with internal cooling coil, increasing the heat transfer area.
* 20 lbs model
97% cannabinoids and terpene removal
150 PSI cryogenic pressure relief valves for safe operation
Several extraction vessels for continuous working
Brilliant Models' Design
5 lbs model
10 lbs model
40 lbs model
80 lbs model
Heating Bath Circulator
Open bath heating circulator (RT-180C) for solvent recovery tank.
More Upgrade Configuration Options
Upgrade Option 1
Stainless steel cold trap (with dry ice) upgrades to dual-layer stainless steel cold trap with a chiller.
How Closed-Loop Hydrocarbon Extraction Works
The solvent comes into bottom center of the solvent tank (with the inner cooling coil).
Solvent washes the cannabis in the material column.
Cannabinoids & terpenes separate from the biomass.
Mixed solvent and crude oil liquid enter into CRC to make color remediation.
Mixed liquid enters into a jacketed collection tank and the solvent is evaporated.
The evaporated solvent comes into the sieve to capture moisture.
Solvent vapors are condensed in the coiling coil with dry ice outside.
Liquid solvent returns back to the solvent tank.
The Extraction Output
The output is any cannabis extract that was produced by a closed loop hydrocarbon extractor that uses butane as the primary solvent. Those concentrates encompass different specific types that vary in consistency, color, texture, and cannabinoids contents. They include badder, wax, crumble, sauce, shatter, tincture, edibles, and more. They are affected by many factors such as the strain, techniques, production process, and so forth.