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1.5" Standard Closed Column Extractor
DISCLAIMER: This unit is intended for LEGAL purposes only, to be used in accordance with local laws and ordinances. Use only in extremely well-ventilated areas. DO NOT USE INDOORS
*Note: Column capacity may vary depending on the biomass density, moisture content and column packing density. Capacity is calculated using the industry standard of 4.2g/in3. This is the upper limit for column capacity. Low density, uncut, heavily dried, and/or lightly packed material can reduce capacity by 50%. For best results, we recommend to tightly pack coarse ground material.
Say goodbye to open blasting. For an optimal and safe extraction process, our Standard Closed Column Extractor allows for maximum solvent pressure, allowing the user to build up solvent pressure to their desire. Simply close the valve, pull a vacuum, and fill the extractor. Parts come neatly packaged and ready to assemble.
Key Features and Description:
Closed Column Pressure Extractor (Comes with 1 yr. Limited warranty, excludes gaskets and screens)
Compound Gauge with (-30)-160 PSI readout.
This system allows the user to build up solvent pressure by closing the valve, pulling a vacuum and filling the extractor, Extractor will fill about 85% with solvent before the internal pressure will equal the pressure of the can propellant.
The solvent can will fit into either port with a tip adapter supplied with some butane cans, tip adapter required, not included
Solvent Soak is expected to be between 30-90 min, but this all depends on material, starting with frozen cans of solvent is recommended
This system allows the user to soak the material before opening the bottom valve to release the solvent and oil.