Essential Oils of Nature
At Adlermech, we are dedicated to providing high-quality essential oil distillation and extraction equipment to clients around the globe. Our clients in the United States, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Africa have consistently expressed their satisfaction with our products. As passionate advocates of essential oils, we are committed to developing eco-friendly and efficient machines that preserve the natural world. Our love for nature drives us to constantly improve and innovate our products.
Essential Oil Distillation Process
Essential oil distillation is the process of extracting aromatic compounds or “essences” from plants to create fragrant oils that are used in various applications, such as perfumes, personal care products, and aromatherapy. The most common method of essential oil distillation is steam distillation, which involves heating plant material in a still with steam, separating the water and oil through fractional distillation, and filtering the collected essential oil to remove impurities. This process is necessary to produce high-quality essential oils with natural aromas and therapeutic properties. Read More
Solvent Extraction Process
Essential oil solvent extraction is a method of extracting essential oils from plant material using a solvent, such as hexane or ethanol. The plant material is soaked in the solvent, which dissolves the essential oils. The solvent is then removed, leaving behind a solution containing the essential oils. The solution is separated to recover the essential oils, which are then processed to remove impurities. Solvent extraction is more efficient than steam distillation or cold pressing, but it can also be more costly and time-consuming. It is important to properly dispose of the solvent to minimize environmental impacts. Read More
Supercritical CO2 Extraction
Essential oil supercritical CO2 extraction is a method of extracting essential oils from plant material using supercritical carbon dioxide (CO2). The plant material is placed in an extraction vessel and CO2 is introduced, maintaining the CO2 in a supercritical state through careful temperature and pressure control. The CO2 extracts the essential oils from the plant material, and the CO2 and essential oil mixture is separated to recover the essential oils. Supercritical CO2 extraction is a gentle and environmentally friendly method, but it can be more costly and time-consuming compared to other methods. Read More
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