This question is way off topic in this thread lol The answer is mostly no from anyone you're likely to meet. Without an education in proper lab procedure for distillation (Do you mean THC isolate? Or just an essential oil distillate of everything from a given THC containing plant?), you should stay away. The equipment is expensive and can be fragile (especially depending on what you want to do), and you need an organic chemist to advise, or to read lofty lab manuals to understand how to maintain and safely use it all. This stuff is not appropriate in the home either, especially depending on how you intend to use it. Usually extractors do a solvent extract and distill that, since steam distillation of cannabis plant material is very challenging/not necessarily rewarding). Cannabis has a lot of relatively high boiling compounds and typically requires the use of more advanced vacuum distillation methods. These should only be carried out in an appropriate environment by qualified operators. If you are trying to make isolates of minor cannabinoids or terps, you also need to have access to huge commercial quantities of resinous flowers to get meaningful returns. I do not recommend this for home extractors at all for the above reasons and more.