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BHO: Appropriate Containers and Butane in the
Cannabis Cafe forums; Was hoping to get some pros in here to let me know what kind of materials are cool to use ...
BHO: Appropriate Containers and Butane
Was hoping to get some pros in here to let me know what kind of materials are cool to use as a container and also the appropriate type of butane.
The answer I'm looking for doesn't involve welding or drilling.. something simple would be nice.
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A pressure extractor I made to extract shake using liquefied gases. R-134a works a treat.
The ball valve to the gauge protects it during evacuation. cn
Originally Posted by Heisenberg
Originally Posted by Doer
for containers i like these, cheap and reusable if your really cheap lol
Steel, Copper, ABS, Glass, Stainless steal
Pyrex, or other glass
Turkey baster on Amazon works really well I heard.
And it's only like $7.
Look at what they buy most with it. LOL
Whoa CN that looks hard to make man and I don't have any kind of plumbing knowledge..
Maybe you'd write up a tutorial eh?
Last edited by VoidObject; 11-11-2011 at 12:30 PM.
Yeah F'in do you know what type of plastics make for good extractors?
Also brands of butane or what do you look for there?
Last edited by VoidObject; 11-11-2011 at 09:10 AM.
I just bought a long tall bottle of balsamic and olive oil dip and cut the bottom of the bottle off.
Wish I had seen glass turkey basters first though - those would be perfect - http://www.gracioushome.com/webapp/w..._72070_-1___GS
Colibri > Vector >Power
Coibri is the most pure in terms of n-butane %. Vector after that, and Power is low grade Vector. Never use Ronsin or other cheap gases as they are not scent-free (aka added toxins).
You can always do a mirror test, meaning spray a few seconds of gas on a mirror. Every canned gas mixture (intended use as lighter refill) leaves a residue on the mirror, mostly made of paraffin waxes that are added to the gas mixtures to keep the torches lubricated internally. The only pure gas (no paraffin wax added and acutally 100% butane) is n-butane from AirGas, but you have to make sure to get the unscented kind. Many gas mixtures have scent added for safety, called mercaptans, they smell like sulfur usually.