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Lab Society is proud to announce our partnership with Precision Extraction solutions.
This partnership brings both of our industry-leading teams together so we can widen our solutions and offerings. Through this, Precision® will be adding our Industrial Thin Film Distillation to their catalogue to provide customers with an American-made option that is cost-competitive to their current German-engineered offering.
Additionally, we will be adding Precision’s proprietary separation and process IP developed by their in-house R&D team of phD chemists. The addition of these patent-pending processes, that are focused on streamlining operating costs and maximizing extraction throughput, will give Lab Society the ability to provide scalable and cost-effective solutions to our clients. Combining technical knowledge and service will enable Lab Society and Precision® the ability to cross-train, and provide a better experience to our clients.
Announcing the T-SEP MODEL 7LPH
T-SEP MODEL 7LPH is a patent-pending and proprietary process for the removal of compound-a from crude plant oil. The standard configuration comes in the standardized size of 3x 100L vessels with all necessary appendages and is capable of processing up to 7 liters of crude oil per hour.
Patent-pending Process Technology from the Leaders in Research
- Extremely low operational cost (approx. $3.50 per liter)
- Semi-continuous process
- 99%+ removal of psychoactive substances from crude oil
- GRAS, instrument grade solvents
- 99%+ solvent recovery rate from in process
- Installation, equipment, license, and support included in package price
- Up to 7L per hour of crude oil remediation in standard configuration
- Non-hazardous waste streams
- No cross-contamination of compounds into output stream
- x3 100L Reactor (ACE Glass) Includes Mixer
- Includes Temperature Monitor
- x3 Watson Marlow Peristaltic Pump
- x1 Huber CC308B (Hold Jacket @ 25°C)
- x3 Tubes
- x3 Sanitary 3-Way Ball Valves
- x3 Glass Holding Vessels
ROI Calculator: T-SEP vs Chromatography
T-SEP is a revolutionary, patent-pending compound removal process that’s efficient, scalable and extremely cost-effective. At a consumable expense of approximately $3.50 per liter, this groundbreaking technology mitigates the exorbitant cost of flash chromatography media thus creating a lower cost alternative to traditional compound separation techniques.
The T-SEP Model 7LPH configuration includes 3x 100L vessels with all necessary appendages and is capable of processing up to 7 liters of crude oil per hour.
T-SEP provides as much as 1.7X more profitability than comparable chromatography!
|T-SEP 7LPH||RP FLASH 150||RP FLASH 400|
|Input Per 10-Hour Shift (Crude)||70L||70L||70L|
Quantity of Units
|Units needed to achieve 70L per 10 hour shift|
|Total Cap Ex (Upfront Costs)||$520,000||$1,018,000||$862,000|
|Volume Per Hour, in Liters*||7||0.5||2.3|
|Cartridge Life (in Liters of Input Oil)*||N/A||30||206|
|Filter Media Cartridge Cost*||N/A||$13,000||$90,000|
Cartridge Life (in Liters of Input Oil)*
|Assumes 75 cycles at advertised throughputs|
|Solvent Losses (Per Liter of Input Oil)||$3.50||$3.50||$3.50|
Consumables Per Liter Processed
|Cost per Liter based on Solvent Loss and Filter Media|
|Operational Expenses Per 10-Hour Shift||$245||$30,578||$30,827.52|
Operational Expenses Per Annum
|Based on 252 working days per annum @ 10 hour shift/day|
|Liters Processed Per Annum||17,640||17,640||17,640|
Value Add Per Liter (Variable)
|$600/kg crude, $1,600/kg compound free crude|
|Gross Added Value||$17,640,000||$17,640,000||$17,640,000|
|Less Operational Costs||$61,740||$7,705,740||$7,768,536.12|
|Gross Profit Per Annum||$17,578,260||$9,934,260||$9,871,463.88|
Note: The information contained herein substantially relies on estimates. While believed to be reasonably accurate at time of this writing, actual efficiencies and results may vary.