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Temperature on the hot plate

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2stones

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Feb 2, 2011
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I have all the equipment to blend and produce my own products,my question is what tempature should I keep it at when the product is on the hot plate.

Lately I have issue with PIP and I have cut back on the BA to 1.5 %.

I am wondering if I am not heating long enough or temp is to high or to low

I hope that my Brother with experience can and will help.

this for personal use I have NO desire to be a source.

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Zomb131

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I heard from a friend....

Once you get the hormone into solution, keep the temp for a few hours to ensure it's 100% into solution. Once that happens, you can lower the temperature 1/4-1/2 from whatever you have it at. You will find that warmer the solution is, the faster it will filter.
 
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2stones

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Thanks FD and Zomb . What temp would use to bring it to solution ?
 
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Docd187123

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Thanks FD and Zomb . What temp would use to bring it to solution ?
The minimum temp it needs to get into solution. You don't mention a specific compound so it's hard to answer with anything concrete. Just use as little heat as possible and gradually go up if needed. Highly soluble compounds like deca, test e, eq won't need much heat if at all but some of the less soluble stuff will need a good amount.
 
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2stones

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The minimum temp it needs to get into solution. You don't mention a specific compound so it's hard to answer with anything concrete. Just use as little heat as possible and gradually go up if needed. Highly soluble compounds like deca, test e, eq won't need much heat if at all but some of the less soluble stuff will need a good amount.
Thank everybody for their input I really appreciate it, I will use Test e for an example. Or a sustanon mix.

I hope that is more helpful
 
FlyingDragon

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Test E should start melting once you touch it, Sust with all the different esters will need more heat and a higher temp
 
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