- Essential oil distiller for making oils
Read what’s the point to buy the essential oil distiller
This essential oil extractor is great for people who want to make high-quality oils for aroma purposes or making handmade soaps, lotions, or for a side business. If you have a farm or a small garden you must get one. Produce essential oils of lavender, mint, rosemary, etc. in any quantity! There are no stainless steel or glass distillers analogues with such efficiency. Don’t be afraid of a small volume of distillation boiler. The main feature of our essential oil extractors that we develop them with an expanded column/basket for plants. It means that despite having a small volume of distillation boiler you will get a decent amount of essential oils (more than 4 ml per 20 min).
Distiller (Boiler, flavouring column, sieve, gasket, clamp)
1. water hose, 2. oil separator, 3. tap adapter, 4. bottles(5,10,30ml), 5. glass tube(2), 6. pipette, 7. thermometer, manual
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Delve into details
This kit was made of high-quality copper M1. We’ve used data-driven analysis to come up with the most robust essential oil extraction system out there. We don’t just slap our logo on anything – All our products are like a work of art to us. We’ve honed, refined, and redefined every piece of this kit until we got it right. We know you’ll appreciate the difference.
As you noticed, we have different models, and they all include the basic essential parts, however, the premium set has a feature!
We put inside such accessories as a thermometer, pipette, glass funnels, and bottles which facilitate the distillation process. You don’t need to worry about where to buy them in which pharmacy to look for them. 🙂
By the way, we prepared recipes and you can get them for free, we will send the automatic email after filling the form.
How does steam distillation work?
If you don’t understand the process it’s good to know
Steam extraction is where the plant material sits above the boiler in a basket and water is heated below the plant material so the vapor rises up through the plant material-removing essential oils. The hot steam vapor collects oils as it passes through the plant material then the vapor condenses back to a liquid and then can be separated. There will be hydrosol and a layer of essential oils.
What do I need to start the distillation process?
- Stove ( gas or electrical)
- Water supply (central water supply, or a water pump 1500l\h – like this )