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Old 10-12-2017, 09:44 PM #11
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Interesting thread, but not really what I am after. I think they could integrate something like this for automated ice water hash:

https://www.bjultrasonic.com/shop/ul...en-transducer/

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(Little comic relief)* no need for fancy sonication setup to make sonoassisted bubble hash. Take a few big bass speakers (waterproof) and blast some sub-bass tones with synth, or play music the kids like these days ex. "Tipper" or "Bassnectar", and the trichs literally dance off the plant. Does not work with any Grateful Dead tunes, (Ive tried em all)

For real tho, Ive seen success with sonication setups for cleaning autoparts Using ethanol and a screen. Not bubblehash, but sono-assisted bubble seems possible, integrating horn into wash tank, maybe with different type of agitation than used without sonication assist...
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I think they could integrate something like this for automated ice water hash:

https://www.bjultrasonic.com/shop/ul...en-transducer/

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Just looked at this link! Add a little LN2 to the mix for quick sift!
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(Little comic relief)* no need for fancy sonication setup to make sonoassisted bubble hash. Take a few big bass speakers (waterproof) and blast some sub-bass tones with synth, or play music the kids like these days ex. "Tipper" or "Bassnectar", and the trichs literally dance off the plant. Does not work with any Grateful Dead tunes, (Ive tried em all)

For real tho, Ive seen success with sonication setups for cleaning autoparts Using ethanol and a screen. Not bubblehash, but sono-assisted bubble seems possible, integrating horn into wash tank, maybe with different type of agitation than used without sonication assist...
Yes, someone was recently telling me that Skunkman was using ultrasonics with ethanol extractions, I wondered how much he had tried with water, if it worked that well, we would already have heard about it
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Perhaps this could also be used to homogenized distillate with PG/PEG/VG for cartridges?
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