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Liquid  Liquid Extraction Unit Alat Laboratorium Umum
Liquid  Liquid Extraction Unit Alat Laboratorium Umum

Jual Liquid Liquid Extraction Unit Alat Laboratorium Umum




Spesifikasi Liquid Liquid Extraction Unit Alat Laboratorium Umum

Alat Laboratorium Umum

Key features:

  • Advanced Real-Time SCADA and PID Control.
  • Open Control + Multicontrol + Real-Time Control.
  • Specialized EDIBON Control Software based on LabVIEW.
  • National Instruments Data Acquisition board (250 KS/s, kilo samples per second).
  • Calibration exercises, which are included, teach the user how to calibrate a
    sensor and the importance of checking the accuracy of the sensors before taking
    measurements.
  • Projector and/or electronic whiteboard compatibility allows the unit to be
    explained and demonstrated to an entire class at one time.
  • Capable of doing applied research, real industrial simulation, training courses,
    etc.
  • Remote operation and control by the user and remote control for EDIBON technical
    support, are always included.
  • Totally safe, utilizing 4 safety systems (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic &
    Software).
  • Designed and manufactured under several quality standards.
  • Optional ICAI software to create, edit and carry out practical exercises, tests,
    exams, calculations, etc.
  • Apart from monitoring user's knowwledge and progress reached.
  • This unit has been designed for future expansion and integration. A common
    expansion is the EDIBON Scada-Net (ESN) System which enables multiple students
    to simultaneously operate many units in a network.

Many processes in chemical engineering require the separation of one or more of the components of a liquid mixture by treating the
mixture with an immiscible solvent in which these components are preferentially soluble.
The rate at which a soluble component is transferred from one solvent to another will be dependent, among other aspects, on the area of
the interface between the two immiscible liquids. Therefore, it is very advantageous for this interface to be formed by droplets and films,
the situation being analogous to that existing in packed distillation columns.
The Computer Controlled Liquid-Liquid Extraction Unit "UELLC" allows to study the extraction of one or several components in a continuous
way with a solvent. The contact takes place inside the vertically oriented packed column, in which the two phases circulate in countercurrent.
The unit enables to recover the solvent in a distillation process.

The Computer Controlled Liquid-Liquid Extraction Unit "UELLC" is a laboratory scale unit designed to study the separation of the components
of liquid mixtures by contact of the mixture with an immiscible solvent in which these components are preferentially soluble.
The extraction process is carried out in the glass liquid/liquid extraction column, which is composed of a jacketed glass packed column
with two enlarged end sections. The joints between the three sections of the column are sealed with PTFE gaskets. The column is filled with
glass Raschig rings that are supported on a perforated PVC plate.
Feed for the column is stored in the feeding tank from where it is pumped by a computer controlled diaphragm pump. It passes through a
flowmeter and enters the base section of the column via an injector mounted on it. Refine (phase with low content of solute) leaves the top
of the column through a pipe and is collected in a refined tank.
The solvent supply tank provides the feed for a computer controlled diaphragm pump. The solvent is pumped and passes through a
flowmeter, then enters the top of the column via an injector. Extract (phase with high content of solute) leaves the bottom of the column
through a pipe and is collected in an extract tank. A drain valve is fitted in the extract line.
The supply circuits and product collection circuits include two pressure switches that switch off the pumps when the pressure is high, two
sampling taps to collect samples, three-way directional valves to direct the different currents and a regulation valve to control the height
of the interface.
The distillation process is carried out in the distillation column boiler. The distillation column is made up of a glass section and contains
Raschig rings made of glass. It is mounted close to the extraction column and fitted at such a height that the solute may be drained into
the solute tank.
Heating is done by means of a computer controlled heating mantle (with control of the temperature in the column head) in the base of the
boiler and the boiler temperature is indicated on a temperature sensor. The boiler lid is perforated where the distillation column is fitted
and a pipeline allows to drain the extract from the extract tank. The boiler-solute tank circuit includes a sampling tap to collect samples.
The dissolvent vapor phase is condensed in the coolant column and re-cycled to the solvent tank to recover the dissolvent and to provide
a closed circuit. Then, the solvent can be re-cycled continuously.
All storage tanks have force sensors to measure the mass in the five tanks (feed, refined, solvent, extract and solute) and to calculate the
liquid volume.
This Computer Controlled Unit is supplied with the EDIBON Computer Control System (SCADA), and includes: The unit itself + a
Control Interface Box + a Data Acquisition Board + Computer Control, Data Acquisition and Data Management Software Packages, for
controlling the process and all parameters involved in the process.

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