for Liquid-Liquid Extraction

Liquid-liquid extraction is a separation technique that involves the transfer of a solute from one liquid phase to another, usually by contacting the two liquids and allowing them to separate based on differences in solubility.

to increase Efficiency Of L-L Extraction

VORTA to increase efficiency of
L-L Extraction

Combination of Vortex and Cavitation has a synergistic effect to enhance the mass transfer of the solute between the two liquid phases, leading to faster and more complete extraction.

High shear forces generated by VORTA inside the vortex can break up larger droplets of one liquid phase into smaller droplets, increasing the surface area available for contact with the other liquid phase and improving the mass transfer of the solute.

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