STEAM DISTILLATION | Applied to Ginger Oil and Garlic Oil Manufacturing
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Steam distillation is the process of separating organic compounds or volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from water or water-based process fluids. It is a continuous distillation process particularly useful for removing temperature-sensitive solutes such as natural aromatic compounds.
Steam distillation is a separation technique that harnesses the low boiling point property of immiscible mixtures. It is predominately used to separate temperature-sensitive organic molecules from a non-volatile contaminant. The organic molecule must be immiscible in water.
Steam Distillation is used for distilling volatile components from various raw materials, like spices, seeds, leaves, roots etc. These oils are generally recovered by directly applying steam to raw materials followed by condensation of the distillate. The temperature of the steam needs to be carefully controlled – just enough to force the plant material to let go of the essential oil, yet not too hot as to burn the plant material or the essential oil. Different components of these essential oils contribute to the characteristic fragrance and aroma. These oils can be customised to meet the exact requirement of the user.