DIY N.E.T - Centrifuge Filtration -of NET Tobacco

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  1. PeterRamish

    PeterRamish New Member Unlisted Vendor

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    Centrifuge Part 1
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    Filtration is a subject that is actively discussed in the NET DIY world. There are hundreds of posted threads regarding all manner of filtration, but none discuss the use of a Centrifuge. I thought I would try to begin to fill this gap, and make a few suggestions about the inclusion of this valuable tool into the bag of tricks of the experimentally inclined NET - DIYer.

    I have created a post series about the use of Centrifuges in the world of DIY mixology, specifically in relation to DIY NET.

    Post #1 - Centrifuges in DIY: a General Overview

    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MECHANICAL FILTRATION AND CENTRIFUGATION?:

    CENTRIFUGE vrs MECHANICAL FILTRATION PROS AND CONS IN THE DIY WORLD:

    WHAT TYPE OF CENTRIFUGE DO I NEED?:

    WHERE DO I BUY A CENTRIFUGE ?:

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    David Wolf Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Very interesting article Peter! I will soon start making my own NET Extracts and was researching filters, lab vacuum kits etc. this is an interesting approach you have. It would be an interesting test to filter at say 10, 5, 2 microns your previously centrifugal extracted NET to see what deposits remain on the filters, this would let you know how well your method is working.
     

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