Frazer-Brace extraction method

Frazer-Brace extraction method

[¦frā·zər ′brās ik′strak·shən ‚meth·əd]
(chemical engineering)
A method used to extract oil from citrus fruit; utilizes a machine which has abrasive carborundum rolls to rasp the peel from the fruit under a water spray; the water-and-peel mixture is screened and settled to allow oil separation.
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