Two stage short path molecular distillation
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Two stage short path molecular distillation


Voume: 50ml - 5liters
Pressure: -1(FV) - +350bar
Temperature: 20 °C to +500 °C
Material: SS304, SS316, other alloys

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    • Commodity name: Two stage short path molecular distillation
    • Commodity ID: 935

    <span>Voume: </span>50ml - 5liters<br/> <span>Pressure: </span>-1(FV) - +350bar<br/> <span>Temperature: </span>20 °C to +500 °C<br/> <span>Material:</span> SS304, SS316, other alloys<br/>

    Two stage short path molecular distillation is a specialized distillation process that is used to separate complex mixtures of compounds with different boiling points. This process utilizes a two-stage distillation process that can achieve high selectivity and purity with a minimum amount of solvent usage.

    Short path molecular distillation is a type of distillation that involves the separation of volatile compounds from non-volatile compounds. This process operates under high vacuum conditions, which reduces the boiling point of the compounds being distilled. The short path molecular distillation process is particularly useful for separating compounds that have very close boiling points, which would be difficult to separate using traditional distillation techniques.

    In the two-stage short path molecular distillation process, the mixture is first heated in a pre-heating stage, which is performed at atmospheric pressure. This stage is used to remove the bulk of the non-volatile compounds from the mixture. The mixture is then transferred to the second stage, where the actual short path molecular distillation process takes place. In this stage, the temperature and pressure are carefully controlled to ensure that the desired compounds are separated from the mixture with a high degree of purity.

    There are several advantages to using two-stage short path molecular distillation over other distillation techniques. One of the main advantages is that this technique requires very little solvent, which means that it is more environmentally friendly than other methods. Additionally, the two-stage process allows for greater control over the distillation process, which can result in a higher purity of the final product.

    Another advantage of two-stage short path molecular distillation is that it can be used to separate a wide range of compounds, including volatile and semi-volatile compounds. This makes it a useful technique in a variety of industries, such as the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

    In summary, two-stage short path molecular distillation is an effective and efficient method for separating complex mixtures of compounds. This method utilizes the principles of short path molecular distillation to achieve high selectivity and purity, while also minimizing the use of solvents. With its many advantages, this technique is a valuable tool for a variety of industries that require high-purity, high-quality products.

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