Originally Posted by GarrettGreens
Help me out if I'm lost somewhere but, anything under 30 degrees on my recovery tank n butane has an extremely hard time pushing through my system, will most the time come to a halt if goes under zero and starts recovering more than its pushing through and I start going backwards anyone care to chime in? Would love to have butane colder than 30-40 degrees push through. I'm still producing about 15% off 4 month old trim colors vary.
We use a counter flow heat exchanger at the butane injector, instead of super chilling the tank.
You can also keep a second butane tank at higher temperature, and valve its vapor side to the vapor side of the cold tank, so as to provide more push pressure.
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