Tamisium High Performance Extractors
Plant Chemical Oil Extractor

PATENTS
U.S. Patent No. 9,604,155 System Issued
U.S. Patent No. 9,757,664 Method Issued

U.S. 2017-0326472 Patent Pending

Priority Filing Dates June 2009.

Tamisium Closed Passive Chemical Oil Extractor or CPE PLRV Extractor solves the problems of closed loop extraction processes.
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2 oz Capacity
Extract Recover / 15-30 minutes
Non Commercial

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8 oz Capacity
Extract & Recover / 30-60 minute
i502 certified

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2 pound Capacity
Extract Recover / 2-3 hours
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8-10 pound Capacity
Extract Recover / 2-4 hours
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I have 3 of last years TE700 systems that are discounted from $4500 to $3250.
If you want one of those call 817 726-7525
The difference is that the evaporator tanks on last years systems are 8" instead of 10" on the new model"

 

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We currently take all forms of payment including Visa, AMEX, Mastercard.

If you want to process a card for payment please calll after placing your order and we will run the card over the phone. For orders over 3k we will require a signature form before processing the card or sending the product. TESTING

 

Tamisium High Performance Extractors, Botanical Extractor or Herbal Extractors solve the problems of closed loop extraction processes.

NEW DESIGNS ALLOW GREATER PERFORMANCE AND SAFETY

*Tamisium is a latin word that means to Filter or Sieve and was the word chosen to name this new solvation extraction process whereby the plant material is saturated with an adequate volume of a chosen solvent until all the target chemical compounds are dissolved at which time they are carried away from the plant matter using a specific flat micron size filter.
The process is completed when the plant matter is filtered away and the solvent is recovered for reuse using a passive process in a closed system.
Flammable solvents are allowed due to the passive process of recovery where no electrical powered pumps are used leaving the solvent inside the confines of a rated and coded system at all times. 
Pump based processes require that the solvent be removed from the safety of the pressure rated tanks at which time they are vacuumed out as a vapor and then compressed and returned back to the protection offered by the rated tanks.
A truly closed system operates all extraction and solvent recovery processes within the confines of the coded and rated tanks and lines. If the flammable solvents are allowed to leave the confines of the rated tanks and enter and exit a recovery pump not rated with the same ratings invoked on the system then that particular system is not a closed system. This is a loophole that engineers have been using to approve pump based systems. A Tamisium Passive system does not need to take advantage of loopholes to be safe.

Pump based system have failed many times with catastrophic results during testing conducted by Tamisium Extractors starting in 2004. These failures led to the passive Tamisium Design.

The true Tamisium system is a closed passive system that does not use pumps at all and is the preferred choice for extracting volatile aromatics and other delicate targets safely.
When the tanks designs were altered by competitors to cut cost the passive benefits were lost.

IN addition to being safer a Tamisium is faster due to the fact that its tanks hold all the solvent to perform a complete extraction in a single pass. They do not need to wait for solvent to be recovered and returned as is the case with a pump based closed loop system where an inadequate amount of solvent is used and must be continuously recovered and looped through the plant matter repeatedly.
This larger solvent tank allows not only much faster extraction speeds but being able to hold all the solvent needed allows much greater control over the contact time, contact temperature, contact pressure, and polarity of the solvent as it passes through the plant material. Density of the plant material column can be increased as well, which increases production per extraction. This led to all 7 controls of an extraction process to be manipulated to the greatest degree. Density can be as high as a 2 density whereby 3000 ml of space can hold 2 kilos of plant material which makes a tamisium process the highest density extractor available. This allows one to extract from more plant matter in a smaller extractor.

The Tamisium Extractor design not only facilitates all these features listed above but also allows the greatest degree of adjustment to the maximum number of controls. More controls than have ever been available in any extractor before. These adjustments can be recorded and saved to be repeated again and again creating a standardized product.
Once again this led to more advancement. The entire process can be fully automated and run by a computer allowing tracking and digital inventory of the extraction process showing many factors such as incoming material and output. However, it is much more sophisticated than just automating an extraction process. This automated extraction system operates off of a formula and allows users to shake formulas from their sleeves as they expand their target ranges in all plants but where it shines most is when using volatile solvents to extract volatile terpenes such as the ones found in the Cannabis Industry. The Cannabis industry has more need for a formulated standardization process that can inventory product than any other industry. As the need for medicinal production increases the demand for a monograph or records of processing will become more apparent

 

Until now the extraction industry has not been provided a repeatable standardized extraction process that can create and repeat a formula for targeting or avoiding specific chemical arrays in a plant extraction.
There was no formula AND there was not an extractor that offered the range of control a formula would require until this Silent Pump Free Passive PLRV system and process was created..

After years of extracting from an array of different plants I came to the conclusion that there were 7 controls that I felt were absolutely required.
I built the Tamisium System based on a need to control these 7 inputs.
If I ever wanted to target and avoid the greatest range of chemical compounds produced by any plant these controls were not only required but we would all have to be able to alter these controls to a wide degree. What made it seemingly impossible was that I learned I had to do this without pumps passively after losing my lab to a fire as a direct result of the failure of an explosion proof pump in 2005. It was a demanding task placed on the design and it took almost 5 years to develop.
It became obvious that any change in the form changed the method. So change the form and gain control or lose control.
There were over 100 design changes before we ended up with this simple looking apparatus you see today.
All this hard work makes it difficult to watch my design be changed back to what we know only leads to hazards and a loss of ability. I hope this outline of the patented system and method helps you ascertain when you are looking at a working system.

It has been said that all other systems extractions seem to revolve around the act of running the extractors and recovery process while a Tamisium extractor and process revolves around the act of extracting. This brings up the question. Are you just trying to move solvent and recover it or are you trying to alter and control an extraction method.

U.S. Patent No. 9,604,155 System
U.S. Patent No. 9,757,664 Method

 

 

 

The control parameters we control during extraction allows the most control of any extraction system.
They are outlined below.

  1. Proper Load Ratio by Volume. Followed by QDTPTP.
  2. Quality of your material.
  3. Density of your plant column and Solvent.
  4. Time the solvent is in contact with the material.
  5. Polarity of the solvent or solvent combination that your target/s require.
  6. Temperature of the Solvent while in contact with the plant material
  7. Pressure required to move the solvent from tank to tank.

 

 

It is through the manipulation and mapping of these adjustments that you will be able to duplicate any extraction process and repeat what you have done to produce the same consistent product every time.

All done without requiring additional expensive complicated dangerous equipment. When you are done extracting, the apparatus will recover the solvent for reuse and it will clean and separate from your product and any other solvents used with butane, during the recovery process. We even supply a proprietary product and process to remove other solvents used during the extraction process.

 

 

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