My love for building extractors (diy)

Twas the night before Pot Luck, when all through the slab
Not a damn one stirring, other than me in the lab
Material socks were hung by the extractor with care,
In hopes that the elevated Okie would put them in there;
The children were nestled all snug in their beds;
While I prayed this machine would not blow up their heads;
My main bitch in her gown , and I in my mask,
She settled her brain down while I worked on my task,
When out on the lawn the cops pulled up quick,
I laughed and giggled cause they didn’t know shit.
Away from the window I flew like a flash,
Only to hide what they might consider my stash,
They knocked on the door but I didn’t open for 12
I’ve been through this before, I know they not some elves,
“Fuck y’all niggas want?” I mumbled to the knocks,
“All I got on is some briefs and my socks”
Ones name was John Doe the other’s name Jimmy
They said they could smell my dank coming out my chimney
I recognized the tone of their voice, and I looked once again
A pranked lit-up car, with two bitchin smiles from my friends
Earl was from Willits, what a crazy old man,
I remember him from when he fed deer with his hands,
The other was Jeffy, pretty green around the ear,
But that nigga always brings something for us to cheer
On one puff, two…three and four,
God dammit, help my Jeffy, Earls flat on the floor
We do this erry year and not a damn one of us be slippin,
Except for Earl and his shrooms, that nigga be trippin

Happy Holidays everyone!

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killer build!!! cant wait to see it finished!!

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Omfg I’m dead.

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I was goin to quote parts of this but its all sooooooo good, ill just quote the end!! thanks for this!

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All in one take with no edits! Clear thoughts, good show, and beautiful system @Boomtownpharms, bravo!

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Really stoked to see this system progress…

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Thanks everyone. I’m hella stoked to get my tube benders working.

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Based in Oklahoma. Anyone want to do splits? I’m 100% down

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Sorry I’ve been slow. My birthday was today. Snuck out to do the top manifold with the 1” ball valves.

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Happy birthday :gift::balloon::birthday::tada::confetti_ball:

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Thanks bro. Having a Guinness. Nothing special.

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Happy birthday homie

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Ayyyyy Happy Birthday

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This completely made my morning. Thanks for this!

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HBD!
Did you raise one of each lids sight glasses for clearances issues? is this a 8 x 36 evaporator, 8 x 48 material column and 8x 48 dewaxing column? trying to understand what you got going on here it looks impressive! only thing i could think made sense with the internal condensing coil was you were using that for dewaxing.

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oh and who makes those absolutely massive looking clamps on the bottom of your 8 x 48’s reducers?

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Happy Birthday!

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Are these recovery columns?

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Feeling the love, thanks everyone!

Updated pics. These are shots of the material column side of the rig. Material columns are 8x48” sleeved, going from there through filters and into the other side with the evaporators.

To start: the two with coils in them, I bought tri-clamp 6”x 30” cooling coils. I sawed off the dip tubes and polished afterwards, and I clamped them onto 8”x6” concentric reducers. The clamps are ASME 6” clamps on bottom. The 8” x 48” columns on top of those two reducers are sleeved (I wanted fully jacketed but no one had them in stock at the time of ordering… I will replace these once BVV or someone else have them in stock.) The coils are getting hooked up to the Mokon heater.

Once the solution gets close to the line of where the reducers start, I will close the top and let pressure rise to push from the two evaporators to the honey pot next to them (1 - 8”x36” fully jacketed on top, with a 8”x12”x1/2”npt fully jacketed on bottom. All heating areas will have separate heating inlets from the main manifold coming off the Mokon.

I still have quite a bit of welding to support the two slurried dry ice coils you see to the left of the machine. And that CPS recovery pump is what I use to vacuum down the system. It will have its own bolt-on support on the bottom of the rig. EVERYTHING on this rig is independently grounded and all fits inside a 8’ ceiling.

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