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Valuable components of the mixture evacuated from your process can be reclaimed in the vacuum system through solvent recovery vacuum systems. Product recovery in an all-pump system can have an extremely short payback period.
Organic solvents are used in chemical processes such as extraction and vacuum drying, particularly for heat-sensitive materials. Manufacturers face the challenge of low solvent recovery rates, leading to problems with energy conservation, resource use, and being environmentally friendly. Solvent recovery is a vital part of improving business profitability.
The process of solvent recovery starts when a liquid mixture has heat and/or vacuum applied to it to vaporize the solvent. The solvent vapors are then moved to a vacuum receiver or liquid ring vacuum pump. Finally, the recovered solvents move to a vacuum concentrator where they are held before being transferred to a storage tank.
Solvent recovery vacuum systems typically consist of one or two water ring vacuum pumps used for vacuum acquisition. A condensation separator is added for separation and storage to complete the system. However, vacuum pumps can use fluids other than water as processes demand. These include oil, toluene, acetic acid, and alcohol.
The complete systems can be used in negative pressure situations across a wide range of industries. They are used with systems that include vacuum dryers, batch reactors, rotary evaporators, and granulators. Valuable parts of the process mixture can then be recovered. These chemical-resistant pumps combine to extract from gasses under various vapor pressures and often difficult conditions with excellent performance.
At NASH, we understand the importance of solvent recovery processes in the chemical industry. Our highly skilled engineers are able to create efficient and cost-effective vacuum systems for solvent recovery applications. Based on our liquid ring vacuum pumps, our systems are safe, energy efficient, easy to maintain, and suitable for work in contact with a broad variety of solvents from chemical, oil, and gas industry applications.
Both modular and scalable, our systems allow for easy expansion as needs change. Additionally, they can provide increased safety and improved environmental compliance.
Lean on Us for Your Solvent Recovery Needs
NASH provides a wide variety of solvent recovery solutions, including custom designed and ready-made systems. Our knowledgeable team can assist you in finding the ideal solvent recovery system to meet your specific requirements.
We design our vacuum pump systems to be safe (hermetically sealed), reliable, efficient, and accessible. We offer a range of services including system design and engineering, installation, maintenance, and training.
For over 100 years, NASH systems have been providing efficient and economically sound solutions. We offer our customers total peace of mind and cost savings. To design systems that meet your solvent recovery process requirements, you will need the following information:
Gasses and vapors to be removed
Mass or volumetric flow rate of gasses and vapors to be removed
Required system pressure
Pumpdown time to reach the desired pressure
Utility specifications and unit costs
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NASH is committed to providing sustainable solutions. We help your company comply with environmental regulations while lowering the total cost of ownership. Our products & systems reduce resource consumption and emissions while operating reliably with minimal maintenance requirements. Together we build more sustainable and profitable process plants.
Suction Capacity: 50 to 1,500 ACFM (85 to 2,550 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: 0.01 to 760 Torr (0.01 to 1,013 mBar)
Suction Capacity: as required
Vacuum Range: less than 1mmHgA (less than 1.3 mbar abs.)
Suction Capacity: 75 to 900 ACFM (125 to 1,500 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: to 1 inHgA (33 mbar abs.)
Suction Capacity: 100 to 2,100 ACFM (170 to 3,600 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: to 0.8 inHgA ( to 30 mbar abs.)