carbon dioxide extraction

carbon dioxide extraction,

n in aromatherapy, a method of extracting essential oils using compressed carbon dioxide for a solvent. An expensive method, it uses lower temperature than most methods, thus ensuring that the essential oils are not heat-damaged.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Jawahery and members of the Management Team, Al Majali was briefed about the GPIC's major achievements, its state-of-the art manufacturing process as well as the one of its kind carbon dioxide extraction plant, which has contributed to the protection of the environment in a big way.
He also outlined the GPIC carbon dioxide extraction project which was launched a few years ago, in addition to the Academy of Learning and Leadership and the e-learning centre.
Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Bioactive Flavonoid from Strobilanthes Crispus (Pecah Kaca).
The extract is obtained by alcohol or aqueous extraction followed by supercritical carbon dioxide extraction.
Dubai Porsgrunn-Statoil, a Norwegian oil company has unveiled a new carbon dioxide extraction system capable of bringing down the cost of capturing CO2 by up to 30 per cent.
Bapco said it would start building a carbon dioxide extraction plant at its refinery in Sitra.
MANAMA: A new multimillion hi-tech carbon dioxide extraction plant has been opened at Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC).
Moerck, the companies have the same philosophies on sustainable natural product production and focus on natural ingredients made using environmentally responsible technology such as Valensa's organic-certified supercritical carbon dioxide extraction plant in Florida, USA.
A solvent free supercritical carbon dioxide extraction process is used in conjunction with an immobilized enzyme to remove the active alcohols from raw material, including sugarcane wax, beeswax and rice bran.
This interesting book deals with recent developments in the use of supercritical carbon dioxide extraction (SCFE).
The amount of such oxygenated compounds as linalol, decilic aldehyde, neral and geranial in cold-pressed essential oils was concentrated tenfold when using supercritical carbon dioxide extraction.
The following selection of chapter titles should give the reader a reasonable idea of the ground that is covered: Fundamentals of processing with supercritical fluids; Mass transfer phenomena in supercritical carbon dioxide extraction for production of spice essential oils; Separation of oil from fried chips by a supercritical extraction process; Selecting a pump for supercritical fluid service; Supercritical carbon dioxide processing of orange juice; High pressure extraction of organics from water; Commercial feasibility of supercritical extraction plant for making reduced-calorie peanuts.

Full browser ?