Indofabs C.R.C & BHO Color Remediation Tek. Sales@indofabsolutions.com

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#1570

How tight are you guys pressing the powders in your filter stack?

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#1571

@Dred_pirate I’m wondering doesn’t using such a small filter at 8 and 1 micron aren’t u getting some clogging? Were did u get your filters?

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#1572

Also what size metal mesh under your stack

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#1573

I use filters going to that micron regularly. I’m just putting the media before

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#1574

What solvent did you use?

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#1575

I’ve been pressing mine really tight like really with my hydraulic press, I don’t have a gauge on it maybe I’ll figure out a way I can get on on there.

Also ordered the slides so I can the ball rolling on the chromatography, I’m hoping this can be a process so we can determine what material will need more or less of a specific media so it will take out guess work and run that did not turn out as well as they could

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#1576

Using 70/30 blend , since i am 100% passive. My color has improved considerably went from all brown to gold. This trim is terrible

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#1577

Even when the crc tek doesn’t work 100%, everything comes out so much better than it would have anyway. It feels like a win, regardless

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#1578

Can we start putting together a list of what each material effectively pulls out?

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#1579

DE/celite, t5, and silica 60. The diatomaceous doesn’t do anything but help polish and filter. The t5 and silica 60, do most of the work. The magsesol we’ve been using, works too, but won’t get you clear. It is inexpensive and does strip some nasty stuff, just not all. It’s nice to have in the beginning, followed by the silica, then the t5

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#1580

So would you use something like:
1 celite
3 t-5
2 silica
1 magnesol
1 celite

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#1581

Is that bottom to top

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#1582

Aye. That’d be good. Depending on how much material you’re going to run, do that combo from top to bottom in half cup parts.

Celite
Mag
Silica
T5
Celite

Celite is the same thing as diatomaceous earth.

If you are looking to get the media at a good price, reach out to @Killa12345. He is carrying the necessary media for this from carbon chemistry for just about half price as any other retailer

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#1583

I wont be able to ship probably till Feb 25 but i will be helping out members. Really Appreciate you all. And really happy to do this for the community. As a 1 man show, i have no really overhead but a large storage unit and i use 3 rooms in my house for the business. These low costs allow me to pass that saving on to you guys. Im not here faking im some large company and i build all this in house. No…I Import a lot of my goods from china. Im really good at sourcing and logistics and here to help in any way i can. But i do ALL QUALITY control with my own hands. I build every single extractor i sell. Personally! I inspect every single part i sell. I have a Masters Degree in Statistical Process Control, done 6 sigma training. Dont you want someone like this sourcing your stuff!

Im not here to rape anyone in this industry like some of my competitors. Im a concentrates maker just like you all. I just thought there was a need for someone on our side…someone that can fight for the little extractor trying to make it. I really dont care about my suppliers feelings. Im here for my customers and anyway i can make you all happy im in!

Thanks for the shout out @Dred_pirate. A lot of you have had personal dealing with me and know how i operate and i hope to have dealing with a lot more of you all in the future. Cause the future is clear! LOL

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#1584

Top to bottom

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#1585

He is legit. Very prompt with everything and honest. He is my goto first choice

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#1586

What size run of what type of material (trim/nug) do you use those 0.5 cup parts for?

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#1587

I usually do about 2100g runs. And would use more media than you stated. I would do equally parts of the t5 and silica. And half that of the magsol. DE can be the same or a little less than the magsol.

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#1588

I want to buy one of these CRC’s ASAP. Please lemme know how to order one! Thanks.

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#1589

Why do you exclude alumina from this stack?

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