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Semi-finished steroid oils are actually finished oils. It means that the steroid oils are produced with our high purity steroid raw powders, BA, BB and carrier oil (GSO, CSO, and EO, etc.) and filtered already. For example, trenbolone acetate 100 mg/ml oil conversions, we will use around 100 grams needs to be added into the oils.
It’s just because of the customs issues! Due to the discrete or stealth packages we are using, it’s quite difficult to make sure that these oils are sterile after they arrive. The semi-finished steroid oils only need to be filtered with 0.22μm or 0.45μm sterile filters, then they are ready for use. This is an ideal product form for bulk wholesale business. 0.22μm is better to filter the Impurity.
How to choose a filter? If you are only a personal user. Only the syringe filter is enough. It can be gotten on Ebay, Amazon. And the price is very cheap.
If you have a plan to set up a lab, bottle top filters can be workable.
How to use bottle top filters?
Bottle top filters can be found easily on Amazon or eBay, if you are going to buy it by your self, these 4 items will be required:
a hand pump (with a tube); bottle top filters; filter membrane paper (Nylon or PTFE, 0.22 um, fit the neck size of your filter); a glass media bottle to receive.
After filtration, how to Get the Filtered Oils Into Sterile Vials?
For those who want to start their own business by producing steroids by themselves, this might help. To produce finished steroid products, the device for getting those filtered oils into vials will be required. There is a very popular device – dispenser. It will help to get your liters of oil conversions into 10 ml vials. The dispenser will be operated manually. On the other hand, the peristaltic pump will also work, but it’s automatically, your life will be easier with a peristaltic pump.
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