I stumbled across a dewaxing filter online that looks like a DIY drain droyd. It’s being offered by Infinity Supercritical. Their website made this claim, which I’ve copied and pasted below:
“Hemp Processing: Using the Fast Filter as part of a winterization process, some (most) of the THC will be trapped with the wax in the paper filter.”
Based on many hours of reading threads on THC remediation on this site, I’ve concluded that remediation of THC (in hemp-only states, like the one I live in) is a highly sought after technique and service, and that it’s more complicated than filtering out THC that is “trapped” somehow “with the wax in the paper filter.” I’m trying to wrap my head around this claim.
Granted, with the ability to use adsorbents like activated carbon and presumably bentonite clay, there might be some merit to this claim, perhaps with faking compliance somehow with d9->d8. But I think that’s be gracious. I digress.
Is this filter’s claim total BS or is there some merit? Alarms went off when I read that, and I’d hate for that misinformation being the reason someone drops 10k on a device that can’t deliver.
(Also, this is my first post here, so if I did something weird let me know. Thank you!)