Has anyone used Brita filters on ethanol extract for color remediation? I’m tired of making patties and was wondering if it’s worth a shot. This is just to remove chlorophyll and lighten up the color.
The flow rate of one of those filters are about 240ml every 40 seconds so I was going to rig a bunch of them in parallel.
You can use house hold inline water filters, there pretty cheap and easy to adapt.
Only use a neutral hardwood based charcoal.
Most other carbons actually remove flavor/terpenes more than color.
I’m not sure about the Brita blend, but I’d imagine it’s likely flavor oriented.
Google insists on only showing me consumer level apothecary products, could you link a vendor for the type of charcoal you recommend? Thank you.
We offer color and odor remediation products in the form of lenticular modules/ filtration. Please contact Mikel@heyesfilters.com for information and pricing and availability. Cheers
Carbon chemistry also has the stuff you’re looking for