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Zipcro | 220-Micron Pyramid Filter Bags

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Description

Enhance your cold water trichome separations with the Zipcro 220-micron Heavy Duty Pyramid Filter Bag. Experience the next level of quality and convenience with the original Zipcro Locking Strap, ensuring no spills during agitation. Trusted and used by Essentials Extracts / Nikka T, this innovative filter bag guarantees exceptional results for your Solventless Water Hash.

Choose from two sizes - Large or Small, perfectly designed to cater to your specific needs. The 220-micron micron size ensures precise filtration, capturing only the finest trichomes for your premium extracts.

Crafted with excellence, the Zipcro Filter Bag boasts a reliable YKK zipper, eliminating any worries of accidental openings during the agitation phase. Stay in control and achieve consistent results every time.

Elevate your extraction game with the ZIPCRO label included a symbol of quality and excellence in the industry. Designed in California and proudly made in the U.S.A., this filter bag exemplifies top-notch craftsmanship and innovation.

Join the ranks of industry leaders and experience the difference with the Zipcro 220-micron Heavy Duty Pyramid Filter Bag. Unlock the true potential of your trichome separations and take your Solventless Water Hash to new heights.

Order your Zipcro Filter Bag today and witness the improvement in your cold water trichome separations. Elevate your extractions with the trusted choice of Essentials Extracts / Nikka T. Invest in quality, innovation, and success with the Zipcro 220-micron Heavy Duty Pyramid Filter Bag.

Filter Bag Features:

  • Sizes available: Large or Small
  • Small size: 15.5" x 15.5"
  • Micron size: 220-micron
  • Zipper: YKK zipper included
  • Color: White
  • Logo: ZIPCRO label included
  • Designed in California
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Added on January 8, 2007