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#3244

Whose got the powders for sale


#3245

@Killa12345 has the powders


#3246

Running warm was a complete failure. My stuff turned out fatty.


#3247

What’d it look like?


#3248

Very cloudy in the freezer and jar. When i run cold it doesn’t do that. I know its not nucleation
Lesson learned


#3249

You trying to make diamonds with that?


#3250

I waz checking for waxes. I would have but it looked to cloudy. So i refiltered, going to slab it


#3251

Same here about 1" de packed into filter plate, stopped by whatmann 44 then attcahed to bottom of spool, other 2 powders dropped in, then biomass directly on top, packed in tight. Comes out as clear as i want, don’t have any bybass of the medias

solvent inject at 0° to 5°
4x24 2lb system


#3252

Yes mine is cloudy also, i have been winterizing after. I tried to run cold yesterday and what a mess. Had everying stall in the column for hours, i need to get together a nitrogen push


#3253

Running a filter will certianly slow the process, you boosting with n2?


#3255

Look pretty, but its very sappy. Guess im going to put it in a jar. Hopefully it will sugar. But 95% if what i run is sugar leaf


#3256

No I don’t. I just recently found out about it and tried to look into it but couldn’t find an detailed information about setting it up and my local extraction store doesn’t know.


#3257

My media does have something in it, not sure what but it was weighed the best i could upon removal, i am saving it for later.


#3258

Was it dried. Im sure there is stuff in it. And if running warm there might be more stuff in it


#3259

Yes this was a couple days old when i checked it


#3260

You guys running cold might be leaving more lipids/wax behind in your filter media than you think.


#3261

When i run everything at least -105 im not pulling that many fats. When i ran warm at room temp my jared tane looked clear. After i though it in the freezer it got cloudy. It wasnt nucleation.
I do the same thing cold and get no cloudyness.
It could just be how my system runs. But warm is not for me


#3262

So I did my first run and I did a warm attempt. My solvent was room temp and I slowly heated the tank up to 120f as I had a minor clogging issue. Final product has a yellow tint I think I didn’t use enough clay and used to much de. The taste is some of the smoothest stuff I ever tried and it tasted 100x better than what the trim smelled like. Powders and clays for life meow

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#3263

If you keep stirring that you will get some batter.


#3264

So I got some test results back from my first attempt at clear, solvent was room temp and the numbers are way lower than when I run everything cold. The last two attempts have resulted in the media passing the filters and ending up in my collection pot so I ended up winterizing after the fact. The first time I winterized I pulled almost 25% in white fatty garbage, the second time I only pulled 10% garbage out but it was my first attempt at running frozen material and cold solvent through the filter.

Edit: this is a pic of the same oil from the first pic, just done purging in the oven.