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Continuous distillation, a form of distillation, is an ongoing separation in which a mixture is continuously (without interruption) fed into the process and separated fractions are removed continuously as output streams. Distillation is the separation or partial separation of a liquid feed mixture into components or fractions by selective boiling (or evaporation) and condensation. The process produces at least two output fractions. These fractions include at least one volatile distillate fraction, which has boiled and been separately captured as a vapor condensed to a liquid, and practically always a bottoms (or residuum) fraction, which is the least volatile residue that has not been separately captured as a condensed vapor.
Thin Film Specifications and Components List
Fraction Finder Specifications and Components List
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Is training and installation included?
Yes – training is a 1-2 day class at Across International’s Sparks, Nevada facility. On-site installation is included within the contiguous US.
Which fractions can the Fraction Finder detect?
During short-path distillation, it can distinguish what is colloquially known as “Heads”, “Main Bodies”, and “Tails”. Click here for a list of molecules, such as Delta-9 and more.
Should I get a Fraction Finder for each stream?
In short, it depends on which line(s) you want to monitor. However, it is up to you as it is technically only essential to operate with one Fraction Finder. Our guide discusses this in more detail toward the very end of the document.
Ai 6″ stainless turnkey thin film distillation system equipped with the Fraction Finder to analyze molecules in real-time