Just upgraded our chiller. Things a beast. Holds -40F all day long. Seeing massive yield reductions in licensed material from farms we’ve worked with consistently for… a long time.
Running 6x48 columns with a 8-1 solvent ratio. Approximately
12.5p per column. Packed with ironfist.
Has anyone experienced massive yield losses when running at much colder temps?
‘Colder is better’ seems to be the motto. But The only variable to change as of late is colder solvent going in.
Now I know warmer solvent strips more bs. But these are post mild crc yields. So a lot of that bs is/has been caught in the filters. And shouldn’t drastically influence the number. I’m talking ~12% post crc yields down to 4-6%.