AGICO dust collector or dust catcher is a necessary assistant of grain mill/grinder such as corn milling machine. It adopts circular filter bag. In general, a dust collector includes tank (chamber), enclosure, ash hopper, frame, pulse injection device and other parts. In flour milling process, the dust air go through the inlet, when it go through the ash bucket, part of the larger particles in gas dust air by the inertia force is separated out, then directly into the hopper. Dust air through after ash hopper into the body of the filter bag filter area, then the air goes through the filter and the dust is trapped outside the bag. Through the outlet air with dust for processing, dealing with large air volume, ash removal effect is good, high dust removal efficiency and easy maintenance.TBLM series pulse dust collector or dust catcher from AGICO can play an important role in your flour grinding and corn milling plant.
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I was out with friends recently, when the topic of kief catchers came up. It turns out that quite a number of folks had no idea what a "kief catcher" was. An animated conversation ensued, and lead me to realize just how many folks are not familiar with kief in general, or kief catchers specifically.
"Kief" refers to the super fine, powdery, dust-like substance you get when you grind your herbs. It is very frequently referred to as "pollen" as well, because it looks like a fine coating of flower pollen.
Herb grinders come in a variety of configurations - 2 part, 3 part and 4 part grinders. A 2-part grinder just has a top and a bottom, both with "teeth" to shred your herb. That's it, there's no were for it to "go", it's just a shredder. A 3-part grinder adds a "catch chamber" underneath, with holes in the 2nd part (the piece that *was* the bottom of a 2 part grinder) so that the ground-up herb can fall through the holes tot he catch chamber below. A 4-part grinder adds yet another chamber below that, called the "kief catcher" (or "pollen catcher"). The catch chamber will have a screen at the bottom that allows the super fine pollen particles to fall through to the very bottom chamber, while the larger pieces of herb stay in the catch chamber.
When you use your grinder for the first time, there will be an ultra fine dusting of pollen in the kief catcher at the bottom. Just ignore it. Over time, as you continue to grind herb, that bottom-most chamber will continue to collect kief and accumulate. Eventually you will have a nice pile of kief (pollen) in the bottom of your grinder!
Well, the kief is rich in THC. Kief comes from the trichomes and is highly concentrated. Some folks use a "pollen press" to compress the kief under pressure and create hash. Others sprinkle it over the top of a bowl to add a layer of concentrated THC. Some folks just smoke a bowl of pure kief.
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