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TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo

TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo
TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo TE3000 Extractor - 2.2 pound 1 kilo
Product Code: TE-3000
Availability: In Stock
Price: $23,995.00

Available Options

TE3000 ASME Coded:

   - OR -   

By clicking the ASME option above you are converting your Non ASME TE3000 pump free pkg into a ASME Coded System that can be certified in CO and WA.

Capacity/Process Time/ Pump Free System
Extraction from 1 kilo of plant material in a 3 liter column and Recovery of 12 liters or 3.5 gallons of solvent
is performed in 1-3 hours with heat and cold only.

  • You can load any volume of plant material as you want in the column. 25% to 100% full for example.
    Running a smaller quantity in a system designed to run larger and faster means you will just finish recovering the lesser
    amount of solvent used that much quicker because you use a loading ratio of solvent based on volume of spaced used in the column.
    The column and tank ratios are designed so that the column is the maximum column size you can use for this system.
    Any larger column would force you to have to recover and loop the solvent back through the plant to complete the extraction.
  • You can adjust the contact time to as little as 5 minutes or to your desired soak time in a properly volumized system.
  • No looping is required. An adequate volume solvent tank holds the solvent you need to perform a complete extraction.
  • Perform the extraction while the solvent is in liquid phase during the entire extraction process.
    Liquid phase extractions allow the fastest most efficient temperature adjustments where Gas Phase prevents this control.
  • Liquid Phase also allows the use of co solvents to be added to dissolve out chemicals not dissolved by the primary solvent.
  • Use any primary solvent that boils at greater than 0F. This system is set up for butane.
    The only thing that changes when using other primary solvents is a temperature change during recovery.
  • Recovery is a separate process from extraction allowing you to control the temp, time and polarity.Recovering while extracting forces the solvent to remain at a specific temperature and pressure dictated by the recovery
    process and it forces the solvent to remain in contact with the plant matter the whole time and eliminates the ability
    to add co solvents. This is highly undesirable because it forces you to perform one single type extraction.
    Seperating the processes allows you to perform that operation if desired and so much more.
    The Non looping process means that you have enough solvent to perform an extraction in one pass allowing you
    to extract first and then recover the solvent enabling all those controls.
    The Tamisium design separates these two processes giving you back more control to target and avoid various chemicals
    by using contact time, teperature and polarity changes.
  • The TE3000 and TE12000 incorporate a Wafer Valve and a Sucker Tank to eliminate the need to ever open the larger
    Extractor tank to access your finished product. This is safer and decreases production time.
  • The systems are carefully designed to self clean eliminating the need to ever clean so long as you incorporate the
    Sucker tank and utilize the wafer valve. Your extractor tanks will always appear as new after every use.
  • The single most important optional accessory of a TE3000 and TE12000 is the highly prized Channel Filter which
    courses the extract through a long channel of filter medium ranging from 8-30 feet in length allowing the
    Activate Charcoal filtering medium enough time to enact full filtering effect. The requirements of AC
    are in the realms of time and quanity. Those are carefully calibrated to maximum efficiency for both systems.
Extraction times are set by the user and can be as fast as 5 minutes to as long as you like to a complete extraction.
No need to recover a less than adequate amount of solvent and loop back through the plant material.
The correct amount of solvent is used once and then recovery is initiated. No looping necessary.

Tamisium TE-3000 1 kilo 3 liter Capacity Production Model Column with Quick Switch Column and with Rapid Solvent Recovery System, Expanded Advanced High Wattage Silicone Heating System with 4 Heaters and 3 controllers, Sucker/Dryer Tank w/Clear and Stainless Lids all Assembled and Tested. TE3000

System includes:

  • 2 Solvent Recovery Tanks with siphon.
    One acts as a Solvent Delivery Tank and serves as a Second Recovery Tank when emptied.
  • 1 Wide Fast Extractor Tank / Evaporator Tank with Bonded Heater.
  • 1 Buchner Column with lid and removable Buchner Perforation Plate for Filter
  • 1 Sucker / Dryer Tank to Drain your Extract into and Dry your Extract in.
    w/Stainless Pressure Lids assembled with gauges and fittings.
  • 1 Wafer Valve to seal your Extractor Tank for Safety when refilling column.
  • Expanded Advanced High Wattage Silicone Heating System (120 or 240 volt)
    4 Heaters - Extractor Tank, Column, Solvent Tank and Dryer Tank with 3 controllers with connecting straps
  • 2 Gauges
  • Schrader Valve with QD for adding air to pressure test or pressure assist.
  • Laser Thermometer
  • High pressure recover line, Solvent Delivery Line, Solvent Tank Union Line, and Drain Line.
  • Safety Purge Line with Safety QD
  • All fittings valves and other components to complete the system.
  • Fully illustrated 45 page manual.
  • Complete solvent vapor removal instructions so that access to your extract and spent column can be done safely.


ALL SYSTEMS will include a FREE $995 TE3K WAFER VALVE for a limited time.

ASME coded is optional - ASME means these System Tanks were built using a Nationally Recognized American Standard Mechanical Engineering Process.

Edit Recipescrop

Any TE3000 or TE12000 can be fully automated and optionally connected to a network that allows downloading recipes and sharing with others on the network. Data visible on the network can be selectivly chosen to be invisible or shown such as user name, address, yields, genus species, and so on. States that require permits and compliance can keep track of operators that opt to be a part of this process enabling faster more accurate tracking and reporting.

A operator can allow contact and purchasing from any member of the network allowing access to the products faster than ever before while also giving credit to all disocoveries and creators of those products






      TE12000 Solvent Delivery                TE12000 Recovery-b          TE12000 SuckerTankDrain

Shown here is the TE-3000 1 kilo 3 Liter capacity Column with 48 Liter Extractor Tank and 48 liter RC Tank.

  1. The first image depicts the extraction configuration. The solvent Delivery Tank is connected to the top of the plant column ready to send solvent through at the specified temperature and polairty you desire. It will hold the solvent in contact with the plant matter at any time you desire during this operation.
  2. The second images depicts the solvent recovery configuration. The RC tank is connected to the two top vapor outlets on the Extractor Tank and Column ready to receive and recover all solvent vapor at any speed you desire. 1-10 hours.
  3. The third image depicts the extract removal configuration which allows you to drain your finished product to further dry it of any trace solvents. As low as 0 ppm solvent is achieved.  Once your extract is in your sucker tank and dried it can be removed in the portable safer solution and can be carried to another locatioin where it can be opened and accessed.

    It is important to note that the extractor can accumulate many batches before draining or the sucker tank can hold many runs before opening. This decreases production time and increases safety.


TE12k Wafer ValveWafer Valve shown attached to top of Extractor Tank.

The Wafer Valve is a low profile Ball Valve that allows you to seal off the bottom Extractor Tank to safely and quickly remove and replace the column with a optional pre loaded column. You do not have to expose your extractor tank volatile vapors to the atmosphere to change your column or access your extract. Your extract is drained into the Sucker Tank where it can be dried and further prepared using a safer lower volume portable solution. Your extractor tank is left spotless clean and requires no cleaning. We may mention that there are no valves or lines to clean when using the wafer valve. A truly self cleaning system.

If you purchased a Activated Charcoal Canister Filter that we designed for this system and properly named Channel Filter, it would be placed in between the Wafer Valve and Extractor Tank.The Channel Filter for the TE12000 forces your diluted extract to travel over 15 feet through activated charcoal. For AC to work effectively you need this distance and contact time.
There are about 100 different types of Activated Charcoal. Each type filters out different things from liquid extracts. To be able to use AC to filter your extract inline while still diluted by Butane and just after the solid to liquid phase extraction process completes saves time and money and allows access to more isolation and cleaning. All without any volatile compounds lost because you do not have to use a less volatile solvent in a open system filter which would have to be removed using higher boiling points later.


Tamisium TE3000 Dryer Sucker Tank

Take a look on the inside of the dryer/sucker tank. This tank is created using several different machined parts. After machining them they are welded together and then machined again to form a perfect shape to ensure a perfect seal. Welding causes metal to warp. Machining the sealing surface after the parts are welded together corrects any misalignment issues. After the tank is welded and machined, we then remove any weld marks. With every weld, the part is surrounded with Argon Gas to prevent oxidation during the welding process. This is necessary if you want a food grade product that will not trap bacteria or corrode. With food grade parts you cannot have areas for food particles to deposit where bacteria can grow. The surface has to be polished and free of pitting cracks and crevices.

TE3000 Sucker Tank with Heater and ControllerOn the top of this short cylindrical tank a o-ring groove is cut into the surface which seals against a flat top with various fittings and a resealing pressure relief valve for safety.
We do not use sanitary gaskets as found in milk beer and other non corrosive low pressure food production. Those seals and their sealing methods are replaced with a more robust higher pressure sealing method using orings.
In the Sucker/Dryer tank you can compile multiple extractions which allows you to vacuum dry out the extract from multiple runs in a single instance.
The liquid solvent and vapor are removed completely before opening using a pump free proprietary method. There is no egress of solvent into the extraction room.

A heating pad with a temp controller accompanies this very important piece of equipment. Maintaining a constant predetermined temperature to counter any cooling effect from evaporation ensures complete removal of a specific solvent during drying phase.

The TE3000 Recovery Tank doubles as a Solvent Delivery TankSOLVENT RECOVERY TANK
Here is a closer look at the Solvent Delivery Tank and Recovery Tank. A simple tank that is not so simple. Machined from 10 separate parts and assembled like the sucker tank described above in a specific order that allows us to remove the welds as we go. This unique design allows us to focus temperature transfer in all the right places with carefully engineered ratios of thickness and dimensions. You see here 4 connections strategically placed in various locations. One is for receiving vapors. One is for monitoring with the  accessories that are included with every system. There is another fitting which holds a very special safety relief valve that vents unsafe pressures from the tank and reseals after safe pressures have been reached. This relief valve can be set up to vent into the atmosphere or the venting can be directed to another safe location. There is a final valve in the center. This unique carefully designed proprietary fitting allows you to convert your RC Tank into a upright Vapor Tank for receiving or sending vapors. When this valve is used in this way, you can invert your RC Tank onto the Tamisium Column as you have learned to do with the smaller systems which allows you to drain out the solvent using gravity. However, with this new fitting you can easily remove it and replace it with a fitting that has a siphon tube attached. You can do this as many times as you wish. It is self sealing and requires no seals. When a siphon tube is used you can draw liquid from the bottom while the tank is still setting upright. For people that either lack the mobility or the strength to maneuver this tank onto the column, they now have another option and we will tell you how to do it using nothing more than small pressure differentials.



WHAT DOES PLRV MEAN? Proper Load Ratio Volume
Depending on the contact temperature, polarity match and contact time solvent load requirements may vary from 2.5-4 volumes per volume of plant material. For example, a 4:1 LR requires 4 liters of solvent for every 1 liter of plant material.

12 liters is used to extract from 3 liters of plant material because that is what it takes to perform a complete extraction unless contact time is increased or contact temperature is increased which can reduce LR to 2.5:1.

  1. The first volume enters into the plant and is held in because it absorbs into the plant matter for the most part.
  2. The second volume enters in to wash out and force the first volume out but mixes to some degree with the first.
  3. The third volume enters in to wash out what remains and is partially held in by absorbtion. The solvent absorbed into the plant matter is recovered from that position.
  4. A fourth volume is added to allow more space to add co solvents and increase yields due to losses sustained for those that choose to perform very rapid cold extractions.

There is no secret way around using this loading ratio with liquid phase solvation processes. I know because I hold the patent on this process. A sublimating solvent like CO2 may require as much as 40x the solvent as the column will hold. The more pressure used to compress sublimating solvents into less space the less the loading ratio. A liquid phase solvent is already compressed and cannot be compressed any further.

It is known through 1000s of experiments with 100s of different plants with many solvents that by the time the third volume enters the plant most if not all the compounds have been dissolved and washed out. The last 4th volume is absorbed and therefore held in the plant and is recoverd from that position. There are not shortcuts. It is just the way it works. There is no way to use less. Using less sovlent will lead to looping which eliminates all the controls one has over the extraction solvent such as temperature, time and combining solvents to vary polarity.
Systems that use less than 4x solvent than the plant column holds in plant matter are recovering that solvent as it passes out and then they are looping it back through. Looping adds extreme contact time and allows the solvent enough time to dissolve heavy waxes and other dark compounds. This forces those system and their operators to add ultra cold temperatures to disable the solvent's ability to dissolve these heavy dark lipids.
Just like sugar does not dissolve well in cold water. I
t does not dissolve fast in room temp water either if it is not in contact long enough. Reduce time instead and increase production. Those little narrow tanks only save the competitors money. Not you. You will be forced to buy pumps and dry ice for the life of the machine while dealing with the noise limitations and hazards.
In addition to saving money time and labor by using a correctly designed system you will have a correct volume of solvent that can be passed through the plant matter as fast as you want at any temperature with any combination of solvents.

Looping processes only recovery one solvent at a time, disabling you from using co solvents to extract things that butane alone wont dissolve and extract out. Solvents are recovered in order of their boiliing points and therefor cannot be passed through the plant matter uniformly on the additional passes.

This system is capable of extracting from 1.5 - 2.5 pounds and recovering the solvent, safely and pump free, in as fast as 2 hours with 4-6 hours average using the safer more gentle contaminate free distillation process.

What can this extractor do for your business?

  • All test have shown results to be superior to any other oil extraction process.
  • Cost to operate is a fraction compared to high temp and high pressure systems. .02 cents per gram.
  • Safety is paramount and is the reason behind the conception of the original system. Safety Redundancy in place.
  • Bio Fuel and some Medicine production that was cost prohibitive can now be cost effective.
  • Extracts Slow, Fast, Hot, Sub Freezing, With multiple polarity solvents so you can target one specific component in a plant in a zero pressure or higher system for the first time ever with Zero Negative Reaction.
  • Consumes the lowest wattage of any extractor or solvent recovery system ever created. Now a cost effective bio fuel extractor is a reality. Can create fuel with a negative loss for the first time. Better than cost effective. It is now profitable.
  • Extracts and recovers the solvent in one cycle. No need to set to extract and then again to recover the solvent. Set it up, Leave it overnight and come back to a finished product.
  • No compressors or pumps or any of the problems associated with their use are necessary anymore. When extracting chemicals with high boiling points you can accomplish even faster recovery times than with commercial recovery machines, hassle and worry free, with our proven system of recovery. With volatile oils with lower boiling points requiring slower solvent recovery you still have that option. The best of both worlds.


If you are interested in having your own 2 pound or larger oil extractor, contact Tamisium Extractors Inc. by email to discuss options for purchase or call direct at 817-726-7525.

Please remember that most solvents are flammable. When opening and closing any of the extractors, please safely purge the units and do so in a well ventilated, spark free environment. The smaller units can be taken outside. Know the properties of the solvents being used for any process of any extraction with any apparatus. Accessory Safety Purge lines are available for each extractor.

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