Medicalnets 20L Extraction Bag

Medicalnets 20L Extraction Bag
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MedicalNets presents here the 20L Extraction Bag, an ideal volume for performing small resin extractions using the marijuana flowers and manicured waste material from our harvest.

MedicalNets, water-based resin extraction bag

Bag developed by Medical Seeds, a seedbank with great experience in Ice-O-Lator type resin extractions. It is made of 100% nylon monofilament, with a volume of 20L and various sieve sizes.

The bag is conical in shape with no lining. It is made entirely of sieve facilitating water drainage and resin collection. Certainly designed for a fast and efficient work.

MedicalNets bag, for ease of use and cleaning, has a drawstring and isresistant to temperatures up to 225ºC.

MedicalNets 20L Extraction Bag is available in different sizes:

  • 220 micron, for the resinous plant material, passing resin through while retaining plant debris
  • 100 micron, retains the trichomes feet while passing through the glands
  • 45 microns, retains trichomes glands
  • 25 micron, retains small glands and trichomes debris

MedicalNets 20L Extraction Bag info:

  • 100% food grade nylon monofilament
  • Bag made entirely of sieve, uncoated
  • Volume: 20 litres
  • Conical shaped bag for ease of extraction process
  • Temperature resistant up to 225°C
  • Laser cut sieve
  • Drawstring for easy attachment

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