The Ætherine distillery apparatus or ætheric breeder is also phlogisten powered. This device can isolate and separate ætherial substance into its constituent ætherine elements. The device consists of a lumometeric accelerating ring, magnoferic interruption cathodes and a converse field inducer. The device works much like a prism in that it separates ætheric para-mater into ordered parts. After ætheric para-mater is bled off from a sub- ætheric field siphon the portal is closed. The paramater is accelerated to luminiferous speeds in the ring. Then the stream is sequentially purturbulated by the magnoferic interrupters and the ætheric binding force is methodically unwoven as the ætherine elements are released according to structural progression. Such useful ætherines as Retrogen, Blaisine, Infrathermium, Fuligen and Cavorigen can be collected by the fluctuating converse field.
Ætherines must be stored in hermetic containers designed specifically for each type of ætherine as exposure to certain normal space conditions may cause their decay and assimilation back into the Æther.