Reddit Reddit reviews Nalgene 6140-0010 Faucet Aspirator Vacuum Pump, Polypropylene, 3/8" NPT Threading

We found 6 Reddit comments about Nalgene 6140-0010 Faucet Aspirator Vacuum Pump, Polypropylene, 3/8" NPT Threading. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Nalgene 6140-0010 Faucet Aspirator Vacuum Pump, Polypropylene, 3/8
Maximum free air pumping capacity: 11.5L/min; water flow rate: 6.5L/minMaterial: polypropylene pump with integral check valve and NPT connecting thread, and polyethylene tubingAttaches to any standard lab faucetOperates efficiently with water pressures as low as 7.5psigUltimate vacuum is obtained at 28-1/2 inches (723.9 mm) Hg
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6 Reddit comments about Nalgene 6140-0010 Faucet Aspirator Vacuum Pump, Polypropylene, 3/8" NPT Threading:

u/lasserith · 17 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Hey guys as a heads up. In the lab if we make silicone we always degas the mixture before pouring. To degas just put the silicone after mixing into a closed container and pull vacuum. I think even a cheap aspirator will pull enough vacuum to work. Pull until the bubbles stop than you're good to go.

Both look promising. Google degassing silicone for more it's a common technique in soft litho.

Edit: For a chamber just get a plastic dessicator. They aren't that expensive :

Edit2: Cus degassing silicone just looks so pretty :

Edit3: Decent part combo for degassing

Remember keep the vacuum so that it slowly degasses you do not want it to bubble over and all into your chamber.

u/conradaiken · 7 pointsr/DesignPorn

If there is running water these pull a strong vacuum, and cost nearly nothing.

u/RaulDenino · 5 pointsr/CannabisExtracts

cost me 10$ in adapters from home depot to get it to hook up to my sink. works great pulls down to -25hg

u/Farkleberry21 · 2 pointsr/CannabisExtracts

I wouldn’t say there’s a lot of debate over decarbing. It’s pretty well agreed upon that if you’re going to put your extract in a cart then you need to decarb so that you 1. have an extract that’s fluid enough to wick on your cart and 2. prevent your extract from crystallizing in the cart.

If you wanna take some of the guess work out of decarbing, don’t do it before your extraction. Once you have your extract you can decarb it at 200f and instead of using a timer you can watch it bubble. As the extract decarb a you can visually see the carbon dioxide bubbling out. So once almost all of the bubbling is gone, your extract is finished decarbing and you should have a less dark concentrate.

Dry ice is what you want. Not liquid nitrogen. Nitrogen will freeze your got damn hand off. So will dry ice, but not if you’re wearing some thick gloves haha it’s like 2 dollars a pound where I live and for something small scale you should use too much.

Vacuum filtration is a MUST. You don’t necessarily need an expensive vacuum pump for this, instead you can get away with a faucet aspirator . They are pretty cheap and let you get enough of a vacuum to filter. You can get away without vacuum filtering on high micron filters without a lot of sediment, but if you want to do low micron like you mentioned or get into carbon filtering gravity filtration can take hours.

Those liquifiers can contain some real garbage in them. Pg, Vg, PEG, mct oil (mineral oil based on some independent testing of True Terpenes supposed “100% natural terpenes blend”) and who knows what else because MOST OF THEM WON’T TELL YOU. It’s a proprietary blend. If you can afford it get a blend of terpenes. Floraplex actually offers msds sheets for their products, so you know what’s in it. Mass terpenes does not do this, but they get a lot of support from the community along with Mr. Extractor. Mass terpenes and floraplex are quite affordable too!

u/jimmy2885 · 1 pointr/chemistry

Oils are nonpolar, so you would probably get the best extraction with a nonpolar solvent (i.e. not water). The easiest starting point would be to use Everclear (95% ethanol) to extract from some chopped up hops, filter it, then slowly evaporate the alcohol.

You also might try some other high fat food products (milk, plant oils, butter, meat fat) to do the extraction, but it will be impossible to separate your solvent from the hop oil.

It probably wouldn't hurt you to read that info about THC (or even caffeine) extraction. A lot of the same principles will apply.

If you want to go further, look into converting your kitchen sink to a water aspirator pump or making a CO2 extractor yourself.

Lastly, I have no idea if this would work, but maybe you could make a "hop espresso/tea" with a moka pot? Also try with everclear.

u/Asmodiar_ · 1 pointr/CannabisExtracts

Get one of those faucet asperators


Just make sure your hose water isn't going down the drain - because you don't want your butane down there :P