Available in Certified* and non-Certified Versions
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Maximum Operating Pressure: 1600 psi.
Modes: subcritical (liquid) or supercritical.
Applicability: process up to 30lbs/month (60lbs rosin chips).
Expandable: Expand capacity by purchasing multiple units. Multiple Disruptor purchases qualify for additional discounts.*
Automated “walk-away” operation
* Contact the company for details
Our patented Extractors:
• produce a top-quality, potent raw oil;
• produce extract from trim, flower, rosin chips and bubble residual;
• require little, or no post-processing;
• don`t leave hydrocarbon residue in the extract;
• are inexpensive compared to other CO2 extractors on the market;
• can pay for themselves in less than a month;
• are simple to operate and don’t require any special infrastructure;
• have no mechanical pumps;
• have stainless steel construction;
• recapture/recycle CO2 – they operate as a closed loop system.
PLUS, production volume can be increased simply by adding more machines.
++ Shipping Notes: Pickups from the Calgary shop have no crating & shipping cost. For all others, crating & shipping typically ranges between $250 and $800 (depending on which extractor is purchased and where it is being shipped to). After your order is paid we will send you the Operating Manual and the crating & shipping cost. If within 48 hours of receipt of these items you decide you don’t want to proceed we will immediately refund 100% of your money.
Items to be supplied by the customer:
3 X 20lb aluminum CO2 tanks with dip-tubes if possible. If no dip-tube tanks are available, the CO2 tanks will need to be turned upside down and secured to prevent fallover. CO2 to be beverage-grade and available from Praxair, AirLiquide, or almost any welding shop. Empty tanks can be bought via Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/CO2-ALUMINUM-CYLINDER-TANK-TUBE/dp/B00QPWFF7U
1 X minimum 5 cubic foot household-type chest freezer – to be dedicated to the extractor. If you will be running continuous extractions it will be better to use a 7+ cubic foot freezer – freezers are available at Home Depot, Costco, etc. – usually starting at around $200.
Minimum 20 gallons of anti-freeze – preferably ethanol-based – “plumbers” or “Recreational Vehicle” anti-freeze is best. If you will be running continuous extractions it will be better to use 30 gallons of anti-freeze.
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