Some common shortcomings of other distillers on the market

Some common shortcomings of other distillers on the market:

Problem: 
Lots of water always condenses in the biomass flask™- it’s unavoidable, and it accumulates and eventually covers up a lot of the plant material I’m trying to distill. 
Solution: 

In HDC essential oil distiller, that water simply drips back down into the boiling flask to be reused, instead of accumulating in the biomass flask being wasted and causing plant material to become flooded and no longer in contact with steam.
The HDC essential oil distiller vertical design insures that the biomass™ stays dry.


Problem:
I have to constantly add water to the steam generator flask
Solution: 
Because any water condensed in the essential oil distiller’s biomass flask automatically drains back down into the boiling flask, the HDC essential oil distiller can go for three hours or more without having to add new water to the boiling pot.
There’s a ground glass stopper in the side of the boiling flask to make water addition very easy, in case you need to.


Problem:
The distiller takes up the whole room, it’s so big and spread out
Solution: 
Our vertical design is very compact and doesn’t take up the whole kitchen sink!!


Problem:
Uncondensed steam occasionally comes out of the end of the condenser…isn’t this potentially loosing precious oil? 
Solution: 

YES! Inefficient condenser arrangements loose oil!
Unlike systems with vertical “up-going” or traditional 105 degree angled condensers from which uncondensed steam can often escape, the HDC essential oil distiller has a vertical “down-going” condenser in which the steam is forced straight down. This insures complete condensation and no chance of steam or product escaping


Problem:
Systems that put the biomass™ right in the boiling water can heat it above boiling water temperature- 100c, and i don’t like my biomass™ getting any hotter than necessary. 
Solution: 

HDC essential oil distiller is an “opened” system, and allows only steam at atmospheric pressure to touch the biomass™, meaning that pressure and/or temperature cannot build up, thus eliminating the possibility of excess temperatures ruining your product.
The biomass™ can never get hotter than 100 degrees C under any situation.

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