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Separations Support and Development

Support in challenging separation projects: 

With over 20 years of experience on the design and use of both standard and tailor-made separation materials we can help you to get to the next step of your separation tasks.

  • Separations of your sample into fractions
  • Processes to remove undesired components
  • Processes to enrich valuable target compounds
YLS Consulting AB has long experience in the field of resins and has access to a large number of international resin providers. 

From the myriad of different resin providers around the globe we can identify, source, optimize or design own suitable resins for your purification project. 

We will support you in the various steps:

Evaluation phase:

  • Evaluation of your separation project and ways forward
  • Sourcing and design of best separation materials
  • Consultation to identify the best suited separation process 
  • Separations done in column or using adsorbents in suspension

Scale-up phase:
  • Consultations with the various separation technology  providers
  • Consultations with process equipment providers to provide a complete solution
  • Support for transfer to industrial scale 

Contact me to so that I can support you in your separation project: 

Fractionation columns to process plant oils

Principle of fractionation:

A mixture of compounds can be separated (into its components) by the use of chromatography
  1. Choose appropriate resin / separation material + column geometry
  2. Load mixture on column
  3. Elute with solvents / salts / additives to desorb the various compounds
  4. Collect eluted compounds in separate containers; clean / regenerate  column
  5. Fractions (Blue, Red, Green, Grey) available in separate containers

Principle of selective separation:

A target compound can be selectively removed from a mixture of compounds by the use of a selective separation material

  1. Choose appropriate resin / separation material + column geometry
  2. Load mixture on column
  3. Let the majority of compounds pass without retention
  4. Elute the bound compound(s) in a separate container; clean / regenerate  column
  5. "Cleaned" fraction (Pink) and target compound (Brown) isolated into separate containers