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Supercritical CO2 Extraction

The Industry Leader in Efficiency • Highest Daily Throughput
Lowest Daily Processing Cost • GMP-Compliant
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Why Supercritical CO2 Extraction?

Supercritical CO2 extraction has become the preferred method of extracting botanical oils in markets with the most demanding standards for safety, quality, purity, and consistency. It is also most preferred by consumers.

Unlike other extraction solvents like hydrocarbons and ethanol, supercritical fluid extraction solvents like CO2 have higher extraction yields, increased solvation selectivity, improved fractionation and diffusion capabilities, virtually zero contamination risk, and drastically reduced carbon emissions.

At one-fifth the daily energy cost and one-third the daily solvent replacement cost of ethanol extraction, you save millions over the course of just a few years. For these reasons, CO2 is the ideal solvent in the cannabis industry.

The Most Efficient
Supercritical CO2 Extractor

Our partner line of supercritical CO2 extractors offer the highest daily throughput, highest quality, and lowest daily processing cost of any supercritical CO2 extractor on the market today. With three models capable of extracting 79, 422, and 844 pounds per day, there is a machine for every extraction business’ needs. The first two models have footprints of only 24 sq. ft. while the third is 48 sq. ft.

Every extractor is built with automated process control, programmable methods, automated extraction cycles, maintenance tracking, and data reporting to streamline production in a powerful, intuitive manner. 

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Built for the Future of Cannabis

Our partner line of extractors is at the forefront of technologies which are anticipating the legalization of cannabis. Each machine is designed to provide high yield in a short period of time while remaining GMP-compliant. Their compliance considerations include FDA-approved ASME 304 and 316 structural grade stainless steel; batch, operator and parameter tracking; and internal certifications.