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Tamisium is a latin word that means to Filter or Sieve and was the word chosen to name this new solvation extraction process whereby the plant material is saturated with an adequate volume of a chosen solvent until all the target chemical compounds are dissolved at which time they are carried away from the plant matter using a specific flat micron size filter. The process is completed when the plant matter is filtered away and the solvent is recovered for reuse using a passive process in a closed system. Flammable solvents are allowed due to the passive process of recovery where no electrical powered pumps are used leaving the solvent inside the confines of a rated and coded system at all times. Clamp together parts borrowed from the Sanitary industry designed to deal with milk water and other consumables do not hold up to solvents under pressure. This system is designed from the ground up to handle different solvents one would encounter in a laboratory setting. HVAC air conditioner Pump based processes require that the solvent be removed from the safety of the pressure rated tanks at which time they are vacuumed out as a vapor and then compressed and returned back to the protection offered by the rated tanks. During the time they are removed they are no longer in the safe confines assuming the tank they are removed from is safe. A truly closed system operates all extraction and solvent recovery processes within the confines of the coded and rated tanks and lines. If the flammable solvents are allowed to leave the confines of the rated tanks and enter and exit a recovery pump not rated with the same ratings invoked on the system then that particular system is not a closed system. This is a loophole that engineers have been using to approve pump based systems. A Tamisium Passive system does not need to take advantage of loopholes to be safe. Pump based system have failed many times with catastrophic results during testing conducted by Tamisium Extractors starting in 2004. These failures led to the passive Tamisium Design.Those old designs were scrapped and resurfaced into the public domain when an employee was terminated from Tamisium Extractors for suspected arson. Those old designs are what all other hydrocarbon extractors are based off of.