MFR: BVVSKU: 10ACERT
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THIS SYSTEM INCLUDES A LIFETIME WARRANTY FROM BVV™ (EXCLUDES CONSUMABLE ITEMS)
Note: Requires a C1D1 or Pneumatic Drive Pump.
The 10lb Active by BVV™ comes fully assembled, tested, and certified in AZ/CA/CO/FL/HI/MA/MD/ME/MI/NV/PA/OH/OR/WA. The 10lb Active hydrocarbon extraction system for use with butane and propane.
The 10lb Active unit provides efficient extraction on a small footprint. Bi-directional flow helps maximize yield by preventing channeling. The 10lb system is capable of full dewaxing by utilizing both the evaporative cooling and an injection coil to keep material and solvent cold during the extraction process. Using the manifold on the collection base, all sections of the extractor can be recovered. The 10lb Active is equipped with a sucker pot, allowing easy removal of extract from the unit. This unit comes standard with an MVP-6 cfm diaphragm recovery
The 10lb Active Closed Loop Extractor requires a Field Verification from PSI in order to be used in a certified lab. This is an additional cost after purchase. Verification can be set up with PSI. Contact information will be provided with purchase.
The 10lb Active has been reviewed using the following codes:
International Fire Code 2015 Edition
NFPA 58 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code 2014 Edition
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII 2013 Edition
4”x24” or 6”x48” Material Column
6”x36” Jacketed Sucker Pot
6”x44” ASME Jacketed Collection Base
Third Party Engineer Peer Review
304 Stainless Steel
100# LPG Rated DOT Storage Tank
Fully Encapsulated Ball Valves
High-Pressure Sight Glass
PTFE Lined High-Pressure Hoses
UL Listed Pressure Relief Valves
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Polyscience 45L Refrigerated Circulator
UL Listed Pro Series 21.1 Cfm Vacuum Pump
200 PSI @ -40F to 110F
350 PSI @ 110F
For use Butane and Propane
***Note: This item will ship via Freight ONLY.
*Note: Column capacity may vary depending on the density of packed material and packing density. Capacity is calculated using the industry standard of 4.2g/in3. This is the upper limit for column capacity. Low density, uncut, and/or lightly packed material can reduce capacity by 50%.
For best results, we recommend to tightly pack coarse ground material.
Volume x Weight of Water x Specific Gravity
Weight of Water = 0.0360 (lbs / in3)
Specific Gravity of =
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