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I have heard attempts to define Tamisium Extractors so I thought it best if I set the record straight.
A Tamisium Extractor was defined inaccurately by the Rand Corporation in a study performed for Washington, as a plural word deriving form the word Tamisua. Brings up the point do you really want to place your trust in a corporation that just makes up their facts.
Tamisium is a latin word meaning ” to Filter or Sieve ” (Herman, p. 308). It was a neuter noun without gender and possibly plural but once adopted as the name of an extractor it became a proper noun and has no other spelling.
Tamisium being defined as to Filter or Sieve is therefore chosen as the appropriate name for an extractor that places a medium in a liquid solution and then filters that medium out. It is a closed passive solvation extractor that extracts by filtration. It is not exclusive to butane. A tamisium can effectively use any liquid solvent with a higher boiling point than 0F because a Tamisium incorporates distillation to recover the solvent meaning it uses temp drop to condense the solvent. It can use any solvent with a practical condensation. Incorporate a flammable solvent with a condensation temperature so long it requires the use of a recovery machine is not an option because there is currently no Sanitary Rating on Recovery Machines rated for flammable solvents.
Various factors were learned during the creation of the Tamisium Extractor and process such as how much solvent is required to perform a complete extraction on all plant materials. How temperature and contact time enables or disables a solvents effectiveness at dissolving compounds from plant matter and how adding co solvents can widen the target band of desired or undesired chemicals and oils. After researching various methods of recovery of the solvents used any idea of ever using a pump safely was completely dropped and a whole design was created around the concept of using distillation to recover the solvent. All the controls one could ever want were allowed after the pump was removed and after building large enough tanks allowing adequate amount of solvent to perform a complete extraction.
The Tamisium Extractor is not a closed loop extractor. It is a closed passive extractor that uses an adequate amount of solvent which allows the extraction to be completed without the need to recover and loop solvent over and over again through plant material. An adequate solvent is a larger volume of solvent and therefore one can loop less solvent or use the correct amount. A loop extractor can only loop because it does not have the capacity to hold the correct volume of solvent to prevent the need to loop.