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make virgin cold-pressed oil yourself

 
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Learn sustainable way to make virgin cold-pressed oil yourself (linseed, pumpkin seed, sesame seed, walnut, hazelnut, pine nut etc) - with the use of wooden press-barrels.
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That's neat Yuri!  How did he wrap the barrels with the straps?  Is it just sitting on a piece of wood with a spigot or is the barrel attached to the bottom somehow?
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:That's neat Yuri!  How did he wrap the barrels with the straps?  Is it just sitting on a piece of wood with a spigot or is the barrel attached to the bottom somehow?



Mike, he uses tightening bolts. You can see them here:


 
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Those are some strong looking clamps!  Does he sell the parts for this system?
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:Those are some strong looking clamps!  Does he sell the parts for this system?



Yes, sure, he can sell all spare parts: plywood bottom and piston, steel hoops and wooden drain pipe.
 
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