continuous distillation


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continuous distillation

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ‚dis·tə′lā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Separation by boiling of a liquid mixture with different component boiling points; feed is introduced continuously, with continuous removal of overhead vapors and high-boiling bottoms liquids.
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For graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, and practitioners in chemical engineering, Illinois-based chemical engineer Diwekar examines batch distillation, which she says tends to be mentioned only briefly in the technical literature devoted mostly to continuous distillation.
According to Purity founder and master blender Thomas Kuuttanen, this is the result of a one-of-a-kind distillation process - 10 years in the making - that combines pot still distillation with elements of continuous distillation.
Available in a long neck bottle and a newly designed "ripped paper" label in navy blue and silver, Wybo is distilled in 40 small-scale agricultural distilleries in Western Poland and is run through a continuous distillation process giving the vodka its exceptional smoothness.
Finlandia's pure, clean taste can be attributed to only the finest ingredients, pure spring water, six row barley, and a continuous distillation process.
An animated short movie highlighting the 'perfect' continuous distillation process of ABSOLUT, ABSOLUT PERFECTION garnered two awards, including:
SHAKERS works closely with a collective of farmers and a state-of-the-art distillery in northern Minnesota, distilling the vodka with its own proprietary six-column, continuous distillation process that includes two final stages of extractive distillation -- designed to remove all impurities while leaving the character of the base ingredients intact.
SHAKERS works closely with a collective of wheat farmers and a state-of-the-art distillery in northern Minnesota, distilling the vodka with its own proprietary six-column, continuous distillation process that includes two final stages of extractive distillation -- designed to remove all impurities.
The superpremium vodka benefits from the production process of continuous distillation and small batch distillation.
In continuous distillation, the vodka is distilled hundreds of times for smoothness, the company says.
SHAKERS works closely with a collective of American farmers and a state-of-the-art distillery in northern Minnesota, distilling the vodka with its own proprietary six-column, continuous distillation process that includes two final stages of extractive distillation - designed to remove all impurities while leaving in the unique character of the rye.
Imported from Northern Holland, EFFEN Vodka is made using a proprietary continuous distillation process that distills the vodka hundreds of times before it is bottled.
Using only the finest wheat from Minnesota, SHAKERS is distilled close to the fields using a six-column continuous distillation process; including a proprietary process in the last two columns called extractive distillation.

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