For those of ya’ll who would like to vacuum finish your BHO extract in the Mk IIIA tank itself, check out this lid that I made out of $2/lb remnants from Multi Craft Plastics, and a bulkhead fitting with O-ring, and a 1/4″ flare fitting from Paramount Supply.
Since the opening is only 6″, 1/2″ acrylic is heavy enough and works well to allow you to watch the vacuum purge progress. You can set it a pot of warm water for heat.
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All ya’ll Terpenator owners out there are going to love this! Check out how easily a column is emptied with just the flick of an air valve!
Any of ya’ll been coveting a vacuum oven for doing your final purging and processing, but have been stopped by the high cost of new ones and the poor temperature control of used ones?
Check out our solution at http://skunkpharmresearch.com/vacuum-oven-controls-upgrades/
Skunk Pharm Research thanks Sean Black and High Times for listing Skunkpharmresearch.com as a trusted resource on page 56 of their July issue!
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We’un’s have accumulated enough expensive toys in the skunk shack that we were ecstatic when Waywardwolf, aka Son I, donated and installed a complete security system in it for us.
He is no longer in the security business, so don’t go hitting him up for bids, but do give the lad some applause and a big hug for such a nice gesture.
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Have ya’ll been coveting a cold trap for capturing your solvent when cold boiling under vacuum, before it floods your vacuum pump crankcase
Check our project at: http://skunkpharmresearch.com/1845-2/ , where we are making one out of copper tubing and a stainless sanitary spool!
Whoooooop, whoooooooop, awhoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!1 A new industrial strength vinyl floor in the skunk lab, compliments of Alpine flooring!
Alas, our finished floor slab was not smooth enough, even sealed with floor paint, to keep reputably clean. Rather than continuing to scrub stains in low spots and repaint the floor, we decided to have a easily cleaned vinyl floor installed and as serendipity often happens around here, at that moment enter George, owner of Alpine flooring, who offers to install a floor himself pro bono, out of remnants.
Hee, hee, hee, got my tall pointy ears right off and of course I did a professional job of helping him install it, by staying out of his way and offering sage advice and encouragement.
Wow, what can I say other than George was so fast and good, he made skim coating the floor and installing the vinyl look easy, not to mention that the price was sure right and it was a kindly thing to do. I’m definitely contacting George at firstname.lastname@example.org for my next flooring job.
Maggie and sweet Lola did their part of course, christening the new floor with muddy paw prints within minutes of its finish!