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Vinayak Industries is a leading manufacturer and Exporter of all types of Distillation Plant and a Trusted Brand since 1993, based in Mumbai, India.

Countries we Export: Middle East, Africa, Nepal, Bhutan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Malaysia, USA, Russia, Canada, UK, more...
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We design, fabricate and supply a varied range of distillation plants used
in several industries such as sugar, beverages, food processing etc.
Available in various technical specifications and capacities, these
distillation plants are made of high quality materials to ensure durability
and cost-effectiveness. All our range of distillation plants can also be
customized as per the specific requirements of our clients.

Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in
their volatilities in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation is a unit operation,
or a physical separation process, and not a chemical reaction.
Commercially, distillation has a number of applications. It is used to
separate crude oil into more fractions for specific uses such as transport,
power generation and heating. Water is distilled to remove impurities,
such as salt from seawater. Air is distilled to separate its
components—notably oxygen, nitrogen, and argon—for industrial use.
Distillation of fermented solutions has been used since ancient times to
produce distilled beverages with a higher alcohol content. The premises
where distillation is carried out, especially distillation of alcohol, are
known as a distillery.

The application of distillation can roughly be divided in four groups:
laboratory scale, industrial distillation, distillation of herbs for perfumery
and medicinal (herbal distillate), and food processing. The latter two are
distinctively different from the former two in that in the processing of
beverages, the distillation is not used as a true purification method but
more to transfer all volatiles from the source materials to the distillate.

The main difference between laboratory scale distillation and
industrial distillation is that laboratory scale distillation is often
performed batch-wise, whereas industrial distillation often
occurs continuously. In batch distillation, the composition of
the source material, the vapors of the distilling compounds
and the distillate change during the distillation. In batch
distillation, a still is charged (supplied) with a batch of feed
mixture, which is then separated into its component fractions
which are collected sequentially from most volatile to less
volatile, with the bottoms (remaining least or non-volatile
fraction) removed at the end. The still can then be recharged
and the process repeated.

In continuous distillation, the source materials, vapors, and
distillate are kept at a constant composition by carefully
replenishing the source material and removing fractions from
both vapor and liquid in the system. This results in a better
control of the separation process.

Products are fully tested by our experts, to ensure high standards of quality and accuracy

A Complete after sales service is provide by our fully trained and competent engineers.