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  • Ethanol vs CO2 Extraction CBD

    Ethanol vs CO2 Extraction CBD: Pros & Cons of Each Method

    Ethanol and carbon dioxide extraction methods are incredibly different as they are used to achieve two different results. While it is possible to extract pure CBD with ethanol, the process dissolves other unwanted compounds so it is not ideal. This is why carbon dioxide is often used to produce pure CBD oil, however, the process …

  • Winterized CBD Oil

    Winterized CBD Oil Explained: In-Depth Research & Benefits

    Winterized CBD oil has up to 65% potency. Winterization is crucial because it is effective in removing cuticle wax from the hemp plant, which, when consumed, can cause respiratory problems. Winterized CBD oil offers greater flexibility in how you consume it and can also be used in the treatment of patients with Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. What is …

  • Water Vapor Extraction for CBD

    Water Vapor Extraction for CBD: What it is & The Benefits

    The water vapor extraction process is a simple method used to produce CBD oil. By utilizing the steam from boiling water, hemp compounds are volatilized, condensed, and then collected in a flask. How Water Vapor Extraction Works PREPARATION • The process requires the following equipment: a boiler, distillation tank, condenser, pipette, and collecting flask with an …

  • Ethanol CBD Extraction Equipment

    Ethanol CBD Extraction Equipment Compared (Pros & Cons)

    Ethanol extraction is the most efficient CBD oil extraction process in the industry. Its popularity and preference stems from its ability to create large quantities of high-quality CBD at a lower production cost. The process is also safer than other methods since it creates zero vapor pressure, and is less flammable than hydrocarbon extraction. Process …

  • How to Spin Hemp Fiber

    How to Spin Hemp Fiber

    Spinning hemp fiber involves retting, decortification, softening, combing then spinning using wet or dry methods. Hemp fiber can be spun using any one of these three processes, cottonization, long fiber or tow processing. Long Fiber Processing Retting • Hemp is harvested up to the mid flowering stage, which is then cut four to five feet from ground …

  • Mobile Hemp Decorticator

    Mobile Hemp Decorticator: Hemp Processing Made Easy?

    Due to the cost of transporting hemp material to decortication facilities, it is difficult for farmers to monetize industrial hemp biomass for production purposes. Mobile decorticators eliminate transportation costs and thus substantially increase the plants’ profitability.  Additionally, there is a significant shortage of hemp processing facilities across the U.S. Mobile decorticators enable farmers and processors …

  • Hemp Fiber Processing Equipment

    Buyers Guide: Industrial Hemp Fiber Processing Equipment

    In order to process industrial hemp for its strong fiber, hemp stalks must first be separated into its interior and exterior parts. Hemp processors can choose either the traditional method of retting or the modern method of decortication.  The typical time for hemp fiber process is 90 hours for acid/base processing, and 48 hours for …

  • Industrial Hemp Extraction Equipment

    Industrial Hemp Extraction Equipment: Comparison (Pros & Cons)

    CO2 hemp extraction, alcohol hemp extraction, butane/propane hemp extraction, and ice water extraction are the four main processes for cannabis extraction in the hemp industry. Each extraction process uses different types of machines and equipment, which we discuss in the following sections. CO2 Hemp Extraction Method • Under the CO2 hemp extraction method, there are five equipment types used, …

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