Rotary perforator



The basic principle of rotary perforators is the continuous evaporation of the solvent in a boiling flask. The solvent is then cooled down in a reflux condenser. The condensed solvent drops onto the extraction material. With the target substance loaded, the extract is redirected to the boiling flask for evaporation. To ensure an intensive contact and transfer between the phases, a continuously circulation of the solvent is necessary.