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January 2020

Supercritical CO2 fluid extraction of thyme essential oil

Thyme Thyme, also known as thyme, is a perennial deciduous subshrub in the Lamiaceae family. Originally produced in southern Europe, it is mainly used for health care vegetables, tea making, making sachets, pillows, condiments, refining natural flavors, and raw materials for food industry. It is… Read More »Supercritical CO2 fluid extraction of thyme essential oil

The effect of co-solvent in supercritical CO2 extraction

Using co-solvent The research of supercritical CO2 extraction process using co-solvent, the equipment required for supercritical fluid extraction with CO2 as a single medium and the process parameters required for research are necessary in supercritical extraction using co-solvent. The difference is that the device adds… Read More »The effect of co-solvent in supercritical CO2 extraction

Supercritical CO2 extraction of rosemary antioxidants and essential oils

Extraction method and operation process Turn on the main power, heating, cooling and cold cycle switches of the supercritical extraction device, add rosemary leaves to the extraction tank, add entrainer, and pass CO2. After the set temperature and pressure are balanced, start the high-pressure pump,… Read More »Supercritical CO2 extraction of rosemary antioxidants and essential oils