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Application of wooden press-barrels to make organic cold-pressed oils

 
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I thought you might be interested to watch this video (just added English subtitles) showing the process of making organic cold-pressed oil with the use of wooden press-barrels:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aref_YdTR4M
Please share with friends and feel free to order wooden press-barrel directly from the Russian craft master.
http://ecominded.net/natural-oils/press-barrels.html
 
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interesting bit of kit unfortunately I dont own a  press:-(
 
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My friend in the USA just bought a press and recieved the wooden press barrels - she wants to make her own cold-pressed oils. )))
 
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any idea what type of press ?
 
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The type of the press you can see on the video:
 
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yes yury I saw that press . Its lots of money
I was wondering if you know of a simpler system that would go with the very nice wooden barrel .

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To make oils you need to apply high pressure, upto 20-25 tons and in this case you will need a really strong press made of metal.

But if you make juices, you will apply pressure upto 5 tons and in this case you can use a press made of wood which is much cheaper. You can even make it yourself.
 
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The alternative Yury is this machine https://www.piteba.com/en/shop/1-piteba-oil-expeller-7435114797721.html
 
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David Livingston wrote:The alternative Yury is this machine https://www.piteba.com/en/shop/1-piteba-oil-expeller-7435114797721.html



Looks good. )
 
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please the video is not there any more  .. i need that where can I find it ?
 
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Danial Jarah wrote:please the video is not there any more  .. i need that where can I find it ?



Here is the short video, about 2 minutes:


Here is another one with more details (14 minutes):
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