High Pressure CO2 Recycler

A recycling system can be used to recycle carbon dioxide after collection system (high pressure fraction collection vessel). This system consists of storage vessel with level sensor for carbon dioxide storage, level sensor module to display level, condensing heat exchanger, condensing cooling bath, and valves. The system also features pressure relief valve that can be piped to vent to relieve pressure in case of over-pressurization or overfill conditions. Fill conditions in a system are dictated by operating conditions. Based on display of level sensor module, user switches carbon dioxide supply to system from carbon dioxide source or to storage vessel in recycling mode.

  • Operating Pressure Range: 60 – 62 bar
  • Min. Inlet Pressure: 56 bar
  • Pressure Relief: 68 bar
  • Insulated Storage Capacity: 15 Liters
  • Max. Compatible System Capacity: 5 Liters
  • Max. System flow rate: 350 g/min
  • Bleed Valve: 1
  • Relief Valve: 1
  • On/Off Valve: 1
  • Level Sensor: Low, Low-Low, High, High-High
  • Manual Switching Valve: CO2 source and recycle mode
  • Cooling Bath: 1
  • Cooling Heat Exchanger: 1

Scimed – An SFE Journey 2000-2020

Over the last 20 years Scimed has been providing SFE technology into a number of different industries. We have worked with some of the pioneering providers to offer customised solutions from Thar instruments later acquired by Waters in 2012 to Separex which was created by Michel Perrut.

We have continued to develop our in-house capabilities to offer custom solutions which are integrated here in the UK. This has allowed our customers to work even closer with us to create a custom solution to their problems. Liaising with notifying bodies we create high-tech, high pressure assemblies that compile with the current PED safety legislation. All our systems are CE marked by an accredited NoB after vigorous testing.

Scimed offer some of the most advanced and up to date technologies in the field of supercritical fluids offering solutions under a range of pressures exceeding 1000 bar. Working closely with our partners, Core Separations based in Dallas and SFE process based in Nancy France we have expertise in almost every aspect of supercritical processing.

Now in 2020 we are looking to continue pushing the boundaries of the technologies to help our customers innovate.

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