What 160 liters a minute of Co2 flow sounds like. When you want to recover in a hurry, three cylinders are better that two.
This triplex pump powers our LA and HA series machines. We couldn't get the performance and cycle speed without the high flow rates of this German monster. It's reliable and easily rebuilt which is why it is our pump of choice.
Combine the high flow rates ( 200l/min max)
with our massive liquid storage (over 1000 liters)
Feeding our internally heated still, and you get a Co2 extractor that is free from the terpene destroying decompression entrainment that has ruined the reputations of Co2 extractions.
Let's discard the idea of separators. Feeding a vessel of supercritical fluid into a lower pressure vessel makes liquid. A still is a vessel where liquid turns to vapor and that is exactly what is happening in a back pressure feed Co2 extraction system. A separator would be for removing solids from a gas stream, like a air dryer on a compressed air system. The exception would be a separator that is above critical pressure and temperature but that can't be done in a low pressure separator and isn't of practical use in cannabis extractions.