What is What is CO2 Extraction and Why Use CO2?

The CO2 extraction process creates phase changes in carbon dioxide utilizing temperature and pressure. CO2 is known as a “tunable solvent” making it extremely versatile for creating a multitude of end products by controlling temperature and pressure. These phase changes create an environment to drop out differing weights of components in the plant material.

Why Use C02?

The primary reason is to create a pure, clean, quality oil that is safe to produce with little-to- no post-processing, unlike toxic solvents that may require many hours to purge the solvent trapped in the oil. In addition, multiple industries have proven that the highest efficiencies in commercial processing utilize CO2.

CO2 is efficient, inexpensive and is a “tunable” solvent. The ability to “tune” the extraction process cannot be overstated – especially with a system that will separate constituents during an extraction. CO2 is also a sanitizing agent, prolonging shelf life and with the proper system and environment, yields food and medical grade oils.

CO2 extraction is the cleanest, safest method for extracting plants such as cannabis, hops, and a wide range of organic crops.

The Efficiency of C02 Extraction

Minimal extraction times, higher yields, low maintenance/energy consumption enhances cost-efficiency and profits through mechanical innovation.

The Purity C02 Exctraction

You are breathing out CO2 right now! Evaporated CO2 from the SFE-CO2 process leaves you with virtually no residual solvent. Low temperatures retain ideal organic states.

The Versatility C02 Extraction

Pinpoint desired components to extract from botanical material with a solvent that is “tunable” in a system that optimizes oil quality, speed and product development opportunities.

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