stumbled across these guys yesterday.
chatted with them on the phone today.
they’ve got a “CUP 30” equivalent “in-stock” for about $120k. about a 4 week lead-time.
they’ve got a smaller unit, for about $70k, but it doesn’t spin as hard as it’s bigger brother. Pretty sure the “big one” is still small in their world.
edit: and they’re spinning thrice.
it is. but I didn’t bother getting the pricing structure on the other bits, because even though I believe it’s the right approach, I don’t see being able to convince my next 10 clients of that fact. maybe #11. In which case I’ll go ask again. but if it goes to 11, then it ought need be continuous flow, which their 16" and 20" spinney-go-rounds are not.
What’s special about spinning it three times?
did you look at their offerings?
3 different fuges!
No I didn’t look specifically. I thought they were spinning the material three times with the same centrifuge which didn’t seem to make a lot of sense. I’m coming more from the salad spinner tek angle if that makes sense. There’s a coulple threads going around about that.
If you want to know why it’s special, you will have to go look…
if all they had was Washing Machine "Salad Spinner" tek or a Delta Separations CUP equivalent, they wouldn’t have warranted a new thread…
…and now those are mutually linked, so folks can find this from those, or thems from here.
Edit: yep. the two solvent recovery centrifuges they have sold into the cannabis market so far are their “pilot scale” machines.
they’ve got much bigger, and have bag-lift and bottom empty designs too.