Originally Posted by shithawk420
Obviously oil is heavier or was that a trick question?
A centrifuge separates according to density AND they cost money.
So I'd want to know going in where the THC is going to end up, because extracting it from the centrifuge after it's separated could be a trick.
Half-kidding now ==> if you put the centrifuge in freezer that will freeze oil, then you can have a hardened piece of THC - oil like a big ice cube with the oil on the inside or outside, depending on density ... if it works.
Don't even know if that would work.
AND - this is all very academic because I went back and read RingoDoggie's original post.
I ruined a real good centrifuge that was actually in my garage - and WORKING - by trying to use it to separate a gold-sands mixture where I ran the centrifuge hot, with hot wax to help it stay together when removed ... theoretically. Heavy stuff on the outside, that would have been the gold if it worked.
If you were my neighbor I would offer Ringo Doggie my ruined centrifuge for his project. The motor still works, I just didn't think it through. I ruined a primo centrifuge chasing Gold Fever.