Zenport Plant Oil Essence Extraction Contraption - Cryogenic Tumbler (EC-101)
NEW! Zenport EC-101 Plant Oil Essence Extraction Contraption - Cryogenic Tumbler
The Zenport Plant Oil Essence Extraction Contraption's Cryogenic Tumbler comprises of the Central Machinery 1-1/4 Cubic Ft. Cement Mixer Item #91907. The Cryogenic Tumbler is sold separately and is available from Harbor Freight.
This 1-1/4 cubic ft. capacity portable cryogenic tumbler has a powerful belt driven 1/4 HP motor and is ideal for raw lipid plant material tumbling. Featuring rugged steel construction and 8" solid rubber wheels, this cryogenic tumbler is both durable and portable.
The Extraction Contraption is a revolutionary advancement in carbon dioxide lipid plant material oil essence extraction technology, especially for plants that contain trichomes.
This new revolutionary technology utilizes a process that harnesses the sub-zero temperatures of dry ice along with centrifugal force. This new process easily and efficiently extracts essence oils from lipid plant materials. This technique is especially efficient and tailored for plants that contain trichomes.
How does it work? The CO2 from the dry-ice in the Cryogenic Tumbler “Tumble Freeze Dries” the plant material by acting like a rotating pump to remove the water from the air surrounding the raw plant material. The Cryogenic Tumbler simply amplifies the “Freeze Fracturing” effect by applying stress and agitating the materials into smaller particulates
At these very low temperatures Lipid oils are broken down into a paraffin waxy powder which is extracted and then easily compacted by the Extraction Contraption.
Practical use for include, but are not limited to, rosemary, mint, chili pepper plant, lavender, various medicinal herbs...the list literally goes on and on!
"Everyone uses it to put in dried raw material to extract the essence in powder form, not oil."
Watch the short 2 minute video, seeing is believing!
Shipping Weight: 72.00 lb. - 1-1/4 cubic ft. drum capacity - 120 volts
— Ships from Tigard, Oregon USA.