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Common myths and facts about CO2 Extraction
04.8.19

Common myths and facts about CO2 Extraction

Do you think CO2 extraction is expensive?

Unfortunately, the general misconception is still there among the industrialist that supercritical fluid processing requires higher costs.

The myth of high cost of operation with supercritical fluid processes was due to the several published studies in the late 1970s and early 1980s when their lack of industrial viability. Actually, there were some technical limitations to the applications and when they weren’t able to make a mark; it was easy to say it’s a “high costs process.

Here are some common myths about supercritical fluid extraction and reality checks (facts).

  • Myth: CO2 extraction is an expensive extraction process.
  • Fact: CO2 Extraction has proven to be an economical process. As CO2 is easily available and the ability to recycle makes it a green eco-friendly solvent. The CO2 extraction is used for extraction of essential oils, fragrances and flavors.

 

  • MythCO2 extraction is time-consuming and requires more research.
  • Fact:  Cybernetik has designed a plug and play system which comes with SCADA. Once the set parameters are recorded it is easy to use for the batch process. Also, the time required is only 3-4 hours compared to the day-long process in traditional extraction.

 

  • MythYou need your own equipment and it requires a lot of efforts to establish a plant.
  • Fact: Our ready to use 5L, 25L, 100L, and 200L fully automatic CO2 Extraction systems are designed as per your needs. These systems are compliance with food grades and designed as per the national and international standards.

 

We have a dedicated pilot plant at our Pune factory for the actual product and process trails.

For free initial product trail, contact us at  [email protected]

Click To See CO2 Extraction Video

 

6.05.20

An Overview of the Industrial Chocolate Manufacturing Process

An Overview of the Industrial Chocolate Manufacturing Process

Chocolate Making: A Delicious Business Chocolate is among the most popular non-essential food items globally [1]. An essential ingredient of several delicacies such as candy bars, milk shakes, cookies, and cereals [2], it makes a particularly important component for puddings, cakes, brownies, and other desserts [3]. Before it gets to the dining table, the chocolate has literally travelled around the world. The journey of chocolate begins on the evergreen cocoa trees located in the equatorial and tropical regions of South America, Mexico, Africa, and Southeast Asia. After manually harvesting cocoa beans, workers ferment and dry them. Fermentation turns them brown and drying reduces their weight to half [2]. Next, cocoa beans are shipped to manufacturing facilities where they are roasted, winnowed, ground, and blended to form the chocolate we are familiar with [3].   From Roasting to Wrapping Manufacturers first clean the beans to remove unwanted material. Next, they roast and winnow the beans to obtain the edible part called “nib,” which is the edible part of the bean. Thereafter, they melt the nib, and add sugar and flavor to it. The liquid chocolate so produced is either stored or molded into the required solid form [2]. Let us examine each stage of the manufacturing process in detail:   1. Roasting: is the important first step and plays several important roles:   •  Brings out the taste and flavor because it is the roasted cocoa beans that taste like chocolate, not the raw ones [4]. Typical cocoa bean color and aroma develop around 130-1500C [5].   •  Sterilizes the bean, eliminating any bacteria, molds, and fungi that are widespread in the tropical equatorial regions – the home of cocoa beans [4].   •  Simplifies cracking and winnowing by disconnecting the inner bean from the outer husk [4]. Roasting makes the outer […]

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6.01.21

Hiring – Sales Manager, South India

Hiring – Sales Manager, South India

Job Title: Sales Manager, South India Department / Group: Sales Qualification: MBA (Marketing) with B.E. / B. Tech. –  Mechanical or relevant work experience Experience: 6+ years of work experience Age: Not applicable Communication Skill: Excellent written and verbal communication – English & Hindi Specific Industry Experience: Preferred work experience from Engineering Industry Computer Skills: MS Office, ERP   Personal Competencies: ● Strong network with capacity to identify opportunities and follow them up ● Negotiation skills ● Leadership & decision making ● Self-motivated with result driven approach   Technical Competencies: ● Communicate technical details to non-technical personnel ● Analyze and solve problems ● Understanding of standard management practices ● Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-cultural environment   Position Type: Full Time Job Category: Technical / Non-Technical Location of Job Posting: Remote; either from Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad or relevant South India location   Job Description: Role and Responsibilities: 1. Knowledge of Market Developments and Trends. 2. Traveling to client locations when necessary. 3. Creating relationships, following up, and engaging with clients to generate project opportunities 4. Good understanding of the South Indian market of suppliers to the Automation, Extraction, and Process industries. 5. Travel within South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala. 6. Monthly visit to Pune to update on sales forecasts, understand new product offerings. 7. Interaction with Project Department to verify technical and commercial aspects of requirement and check if it is new/repeat enquiry. 8. Interaction with Design Department and verification of the parameters suggested to client prior to submit the quote. 9. Standardization of quotations, costing, and revisions as per client requirements. 10. Leading negotiations and obtaining Purchase Orders.     Note: Submit your resumes at: [email protected] with CTPL/HRDS/SAMA/2020/12/Sales-Manager-South-India as the subject line   Company Contact Info: Address: Gat no 365, Mutha Road, Opposite […]

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23.12.20

Hiring – Purchase Engineer

Hiring – Purchase Engineer

Job Title: Purchase Engineer Department / Group: Purchase Qualification: B.E. / B. Tech. –  Mechanical Experience: 4-5 Years of relevant experience Age: 25 -30 Years Communication Skill: Should have excellent written and verbal – English & Hindi Specific Industry Experience: Preferred work experience from Engineering Industry Computer Skills: MS Office, ERP   Personal Competencies: ● Leadership ● Communication & interpersonal skills ● Self-motivated with result driven approach ● Problem analysis & decision making ● Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment   Technical Competencies: ● Analyze problems ● Find causes and problem solving ● Awareness of Quality, Health & Safety Environment Practices ● Ability to identify the most appropriate solution in the view of the circumstances and issues   Position Type: Full Time Job Category: Technical / Non-Technical Location of Job Posting: Unit-1 (Pune, Maharashtra) / Unit-2 (Pune, Maharashtra) / Unit-3 (Nadiad, Gujarat) / Unit-4 (Nadiad, Gujarat)   Job Description: Role and Responsibilities: 1.        Knowledge of raw material procurement, Stainless Steel sheets, plates, flats, pipes, rods, fittings etc 2.        Knowledge of raw material procurement, MS Sheets, plates, flats, pipes, rods, fittings etc 3.        Knowledge of procurement of bearings, seals, consumables etc 4.        Closing indents and Release Orders on time 5.        Vendor follow up to ensure timely delivery 6.        Awareness of Pune and Mumbai raw material market: Dealers / Distributors / Manufacturers 7.        Knowledge of ISO, ASME procedures would be an added advantage   Note: Submit your resumes at: [email protected] with PURC/2020/12/Purchase-Engineer as the subject line   Company Contact Info: Address: Gat no 365, Mutha Road, Opposite Indo-German Technology Park, Village Urawade, Pune, Maharashtra 412108. Email: [email protected] Phone: +91 20 6790 9600

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