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This extraction is time efficient and has a low solvent-to-feed ratio. Ethanol extraction can be completed at room temperature, but it is recommended to perform such an extraction at ultra-low temperatures for the best yield.
Read the full article on the Ethanol (EtOH) Extraction process.
Liquid Butane extraction has been used in the food industry to create canola or corn oil. The use of a vacuum purge oven is then utilized to remove the Butane left over from the extraction.
Read full article on Liquid Butane (BHO) Extraction process.
A process that creates phase changes in carbon dioxide utilizing temperature and pressure. Read full article on Super Critical Fluid CO2 Extraction process.
An extraction is the process of removing the desired chemical components from a material to separate it from its initial source. For botanicals, many different parts of the plant can be used, such as the stem, root, flower, or fruit. The result is an oil that contains the compounds of interest without the solid plant material. For example, a cannabis extraction can separate the following elements of the plant: