Distilling Apparatus

Distilling Apparatus

 

a device that is designed for separating liquid mixtures into fractions of different compositions by means of simple distillation. The mixture is brought to a boil in a distillation vat, or still, and the vapors are drawn off to a cooler-condenser. Distilling apparatus are used in the food industry for producing essential oils, aromatic alcohols, and cognac alcohols; they are also used in petroleum refining and wood chemistry. Rectification columns are used for more complete separation of homogeneous liquid mixtures into constituents.

REFERENCES

Anoshin, I. M. Teoreticheskie osnovy massoobmennykh protsessov pishchevykh proizvodstv. Moscow, 1970.
Kasatkin, A. G. Osnovnye protsessy i apparaty khimicheskoi tekhnologii, 9th ed. Moscow, 1973.
References in classic literature ?
On the other side of the house, old Roger Chillingworth arranged his study and laboratory: not such as a modern man of science would reckon even tolerably complete, but provided with a distilling apparatus and the means of compounding drugs and chemicals, which the practised alchemist knew well how to turn to purpose.
There was a distilling apparatus in full operation.
The Type 2702 Angle Seat Control Valve provides a durable solution for food and beverage or textile applications required in heat exchangers, autoclaves, sterilizers and washers, distilling apparatus, and packaging and filling machinery.