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Solvent extraction of oil from cottonseed prior to the removal of linters

Stanley Penryn Clark

Solvent extraction of oil from cottonseed prior to the removal of linters

and treatment of the residue to effect separation of meal, hulls, and linters

by Stanley Penryn Clark

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Published by Texas A. and M. College System, Texas Engineering Experiment Station in College Station, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cottonseed oil.,
  • Extraction (Chemistry)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementa publication resulting from research conducted by the Texas Engineering Experiment Station for the U. S. Department of Agriculture under contract with the Cotton Research Committee of Texas, by S. P. Clark and A. Cecil Wamble.
    SeriesTexas Engineering Experiment Station. Bulletin, no. 125
    ContributionsWamble, A. Cecil, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP681 .C6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 77 p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6127971M
    LC Control Number52062253
    OCLC/WorldCa5573706

    Today's mills are either screw press or solvent extraction types. The oil is removed from the meats leaving only percent oil in the meats. With the production of lbs. of cottonseed per bale of cotton lint, modern mills can extract pounds of cottonseed oil. This essentially doubles the oil production efficiency of the older mills. On the other hand, during the solvent extraction process, the cotton seed kernels are subjected to fine grinding by pushing them through an expander and then the solvent is used to extract most of the oil. The solvent extracted meals have a lower fat content of % than the mechanically extracted meals with a fat content of %. Cottonseed.

    ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE: A method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from peanuts to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material. The method of the invention comprises wet heat conditioning at a temperature of from ° to °F whole peanuts, peanut splits,peanut granules or cracked peanuts to a moisture content of more than 6 but less than 12 %, flaking the wet heat conditioned. Solvent extraction is the commonly used commercial technique to recover oil from oilseeds. Cottonseed oil extraction is a process to extract the cottonseed oil from cotton seeds by means of solvent. Solvent used being normal hexane–a petroleum bye product.

    Solvent 54 Cottonseed. 55 J^ttlpiBent 55 Flake preparation equliment 55 Pilot plant oounter-ourrent extraotor 55 Pilot plant oil desolventizer 63 Procedure 68 General 68 Plaice preparation 69 Extraction. .. 70 Oil desolventizing. 71 Jaaalytloal laethods. 73 Besults 73 Iffeots of desolventlxing temper­ ature on the oil . Various alternative solvents for oil extraction have been re- viewed by Hron et al. (5) and Johnson and Lusas (6) in the early ts. Prior to that, a thorough comparison of various hydrocarbon solvents for cottonseed oil extraction on a lab- scale basis was reported by Ayers and Dooley in (7).


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Solvent extraction of oil from cottonseed prior to the removal of linters by Stanley Penryn Clark Download PDF EPUB FB2

Solvent extraction of oil from cottonseed prior to the removal of linters and treatment of the residue to effect separation of meal, hulls, and linters S.

Clark 1 A. Cecil Wamble 1Author: S. Clark, A. Cecil Wamble. During the solvent extraction process, the cottonseed kernels are subjected to fine grinding by pushing them through an expander and then the solvent is used to extract most of the oil.

The solvent-extracted meals have a lower fat content of % than the mechanically extracted meals with a fat content of %. The separated hulls are marketed for livestock feed or industrial products, and the kernels are ready for the extraction of oil, the seed’s most valuable by-product.

Solvent extraction or presses remove the oil. After further processing, the oil is used in cooking or salad oil, shortening and margarine.

Oil extraction is using the organic solvent to extract oil from the pre-pressed cake inside the oil extractor. Multiple oil extractors such as loop type extractor, rotocel extractor and towline extractor can be used for the cottonseed oil extraction plant.

After oil extraction, miscella and the solvent containing wet meal are obtained/5(26). Cottonseed is a rich source of oil and protein. Cottonseed oil has gained importance as heart healthy oil as it contains lots of un-saturates.

It is accepted as a better medium for frying foods. Presently, n-hexane is the solvent of choice in most of the solvent extraction plants though it has been graded as highly toxic and hazardous for the environment. Cottonseed Meal, Solvent Extracted is the product obtained by finely grinding the flakes which remain after removal of most of the oil from cottonseed by a solvent extraction process.

It must contain not less than 36% crude protein. It may contain an inert, nontoxic conditioning agent either. Cottonseed oil quality utilization and processing *Partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil (Iodine Value, approximately 80) **Essential Fatty Acids; Linolenic is an Omega-3 Fatty Acid.

As mentioned earlier, another of cottonseed oil's benefits is its high level of antioxidants - tocopherols that contribute to. Refining: In the crude oil contains residue and solid powder, so we have to remove them before packing or refining. The residue & solid powder is separated through automatic oil-dreg separator.

After separating, we can get two products, one is crude oil with impurity of 1% which will be refined or filtered further by Filtered Press; the other.

CONTINUED Solvent extraction recovers up to 98% of the cotton seed oil, compared with 90% to 93% from screw press expression alone THE CRUDE OIL IS FURTHER PROCESSED BY SOME PROCESSES.

THESE PROCESSES ARE NECESSARY IN EVERY OIL INDUSTRY TO GET REFINED OIL,WHICH IS USEABLE FOR OUR REQUIREMENTS. Solvent Extraction Method for Edible Oil Solvent extraction is a chemical oil extraction method to process oil out from vegetables, oilseeds and nuts by solvent, and Hexane is the preferred choice.

Industrial oil processing for the edible oil generally involves the solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing. Cottonseed oil is cooking oil from the seeds of cotton plants of various species, mainly Gossypium hirsutum and Gossypium herbaceum, that are grown for cotton fiber, animal feed, and oil.

Cotton seed has a similar structure to other oilseeds such as sunflower seed, having an oil-bearing kernel surrounded by a hard outer hull; in processing, the oil is extracted from the kernel. Nine hundred pounds of open pollinated glandless cottonseed which had had all of the fiber except the one-fourth inch linters removed were obtained for this study.

The intact seed was stored in a cooler (ca. 5°C.) until prepared for extraction of the oil. The seed was prepared for extraction of the oil in the following manner.

Cotton produces kg of seed for every kg of lint fiber, however, the seeds are regarded as by-products (O'Brien et al. Cottonseeds are directly used as animal feed or processed into. Hexane in Solvent extraction method Hexane in its pure form is a colorless liquid, and its boiling point is between 50℃ - 70℃ all of which work in favor for oil extraction.

To begin the process of solvent extraction, oil seeds (soybean, rapeseed etc.) are removed of impurities and dried to reduce moisture content. The most challenging problems centered around removal of the linters and the hard hull.

Notwithstanding these difficulties, efforts to exploit cottonseed persisted in the United States from the late eighteenth century onward. The first commercially successful cottonseed-oil mill in the United States was built in Natchez, Mississippi, in Oil from other seeds 81 Cottonseed 81 Corn germ 82 Coconut or copra oil 83 Linseed (flaxseed) 83 4 Solvent Extraction 97 Timothy G.

Kemper Introduction 97 Solvent extractor 99 Enzyme applications before oil refining Enzyme-assisted pressing Today’s mills are either screw press or solvent extraction types. The oil is removed from the meats leaving only percent oil in the meats. With the production of lbs. of cottonseed per bale of cotton lint, modern mills can extract pounds of cottonseed oil.

This essentially doubles the oil production efficiency of the older mills. remove some of the remaining saponified vacuum bleaching tank. Following the bleaching step, the spent clay is filtered from the oil and the refined, bleached oil is ready for the deodorizing step.

Prior to the deodorizing step, the bleached oil may be hydrogenated extraction, solvent extraction and. oil. desolventizing. The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat conditioning said flaked oil seeds to a moisture content of from to 6%, and treating said dry heat.

Solvent extraction of oil from cottonseed prior to the removal of linters and treatment of the residue to effect separation of meal, hulls, and linters S.

Clark, A. Cecil Wamble Pages. The most challenging problems centered around removal of the linters and the hard hull. Notwithstanding these difficulties, efforts to exploit cottonseed persisted in the United States from the late eighteenth century onward.

The first commercially successful cottonseed-oil mill in the United States was built in Natchez, Mississippi, in Cottonseed oil mill plant is ideally suitable to extract and produce oil from any kind of oil seeds such as peanut / groundnut, sesame, sunflower, cotton seed, rice bran,rapeseed,soybean,and palm kernel manufacturer of cottonseed oil mill plant, we can offer whole line or parts of cottonseed oil mill plant with general capacity from 10TPD to TPD.By solvent extraction, the seeds are contacted with a solvent that is used to dissolve and remove the remaining oil from the seeds.

The yield and efficiency of the extraction process are related to press configuration, seed type, pretreatment of the seed, and process temperature.