Our laboratory and industrial solvent distillation systems and stills have been proven to bring:
Learn how laboratory and industrial applications like yours have already benefited from our solvent recovery systems.
Learn how this Minnesota-based hearing aid manufacturer using isopropyl alcohol to clean laser-formed plastic parts successfully benefited from one of CBG’s solvent distillation systems and reduced the company's solvent purchase and disposal costs by 90%.
Read about how this biotechnology company expects to reduce the amount of hexane and ethyl acetate it uses by 27,000 pounds (or 70%) annually using one of CBG's solvent distillation systems.
Find out why our solvent recycling solution has helped this major manufacturer of several solvent- and water-based coating lines recover 92% of solvent by weight on average.
Read about how this Montana-based hand tool manufacturer integrated their Baron-Blakeslee degreaser with CBG’s PW4™ solvent distillation system to greatly improve the company's production cleaning process.
See how this industry-leading manufacturer of deep-drawn cans and cases realized production process improvements and reduced solvent usage by 50% using a CBG solvent distillation system.
Learn how this manufacturer of high-performance coatings integrated a CBG solvent distillation system with a vapor degreaser to ensure parts are always pristinely clean and ready to be coated when they exit the system.
The University of Colorado Denver's Chemistry Department and their Department of Environmental Health and Safety work together to use a CBG laboratory solvent recycler for large amounts of acetone.
Read about how CBG partnered with Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) to save thousands of dollars on solvent purchases and waste disposal fees with effective acetone, xylene and ethanol solvent distillation processes.
A histology laboratory was spending in excess of $1,300 monthly to purchase and dispose of 50 gallons of xylene and 85 gallons of ethanol. Learn more about how the lab lowered the cost of its xylene purchases by 95%—and the cost of its ethanol purchases by 90%—by installing a CBG Biotech 5-gallon solvent distillation system.
Professor Christine Dimeglio and her 250 to 300 undergraduate students clean their laboratory glassware using 100% recycled acetone that's been reclaimed by a CBG solvent distillation system. Learn more about how our system is making an important difference in the undergraduate teaching labs at Yale University.
University of California, Merced, Chemistry Professor Jason Hein and his students produce a lot of chemical waste. With the help of a CBG solvent distillation system, Hein found a way to clean up the waste and reuse it, saving his lab thousands of dollars and helping the environment at the same time.
Mary’s Medicinals is an award-winning developer of cannabis-based products specializing in combining horticulture and technology to deliver innovative natural therapies for pain management and relief. The company’s success hinges upon its partnership with CBG.
“CBG has been an exceptional partner. As we rapidly expanded our operations over the last year, it was critical that we had a reliable, turnkey solution for extraction that allowed us to maximize our production capacity and minimize costs. While other companies in this space continue to use cobbled-together 'garage-built' equipment, we found that selecting an industry leading,
- Nicole Smith, founder of Mary's Medicinals
As the laboratory manager for a high-volume Tennessee Urology Associates practice, Karen Adams makes all the decisions related to the processes and chemicals used by the histopathology and cytology sections of her lab. Since 2008, the lab has saved time and money using CBG’s Formula 83™ in all of its processing and staining protocols.
"As a laboratory manager for both clinical and anatomic labs, time and cost savings are paramount. When it comes to service I cannot speak highly enough of the team at CBG. I am always able to reach someone whenever and for whatever. I cannot speak highly enough of this product or this support provided by CBG."
- Karen Adams, Laboratory Manager, Tennessee Urology Associates