Category: Process Principles

Steam Distillation Principle

Steam distillation, or steam stripping (depending on its application) is a distillation separation technique which utilizes steam as a carrier vapor to separate temperature-sensitive volatile components in a solution at a much lower temperature than its boiling point.

Solid Liquid Extraction (Leaching)

Solid-Liquid Extraction is a separation technique which separates a solute attached to an insoluble solid phase via an extraction solvent.