Originally Posted by Digital Man
I wonder if the process to try and remove ethanol from a winterized product is more time consuming then a non-winterized one that only has butane in it?
At the same temperatures (and vacuum pressure), yes it is. Refer to the above statements about liquefying the oil - and of course, the bubbles created by solvent boiling.
Oh, LET IT BE HEARD
that you can winterize with butane.
Originally Posted by Gray Wolf
Different strokes........ My partner Pharmer Joe brings his up to temperature to liquify and then drops back down to finish within a day.
At Medizin Maker's shakedown, we purged Agent Orange cotton candy from a Mk IVC to below 10% of FDA residual solvent standards in four hours at 115F and -29.5Hg, producing a highly aromatic shatter.
Nice! Assumedly clean gas...
Someone do me a favor and distill (or safely "dump") 20lbs of canned gas and purge only that at ~90-95°F for a few hours at a time until there is absolutely no odor and no taste. My gear is being used, I would really like to get around to this again.