Dean Stark Extractor

Manufacturer: Vinci Technologies
Model Number: DSE

The dean stark extractor is used to determine fluid saturation of core samples. The sample is first weighed and then introduced in the dean stark extractor. The water fraction is vaporized by boiling solvent, condensed and then collected in a calibrated receiver. Vaporized solvent also condenses, soaks the sample, and extracts the oil. The sample is then oven dried and weighed. The oil content is determined by gravimetric difference while the water content is volumetrically measured by the receiving tube. The apparatus consists of a distillation/extraction glassware unit and a heating mantle with thermostatic controller. The glassware is composed of boiling flask with extractor, a sample support screen, volumetrically graduated water receiving tube, condenser and desiccant drying tube. A flexible plastic tubing is also used to connect the condenser to the water cooling unit. All these devices are mounted on a mounting rack.



DEAN STARK FOR PLUG CORE SAMPLE:

Configuration
– Single unit model
– Multiple units model (up to 6 extractors)
Core sample diameter : up to 1.5″
Core sample length : up to 4″
Extractor capacity : 250 ml
Boiling flask : 500 ml
Receiving tube : 5 & 10 ml, 0.1 ml graduation
Heating temperature : up to 450°C
Water cooling system : 0.5 to 3 liters per minute, 18°C
Power supply : 220 VAC 50 HZ 

DEAN STARK FOR FULL SIZE CORE SAMPLE:

Configuration
– Single unit model
– Multiple units model (up to 6 extractors)
Core sample diameter : up to 4″
Core sample length : up to 6″
Extractor capacity : 3 liters
Boiling flask : 6 liters
Receiving tube : 40 ml, 0.2 ml graduation with drain valve
Heating temperature : up to 450°C
Water cooling system : 0.5 to 3 liters per minute, 18°C
Power supply : 220 VAC 50 Hz