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Who can extract?

With the latest technology to allow for a precise, contaminant-free final product. For each of these types of extraction, we offer sensors calibrated to handle the specific fumes created when utilizing these variations. Our extraction booths are compatible with any extraction application.

Extraction

Who can Extract?

Our extraction booths are compatible with any extraction application, with the latest technology to allow for a precise, contaminant-free final product. For each of these types of extraction, we offer sensors calibrated to handle the specific fumes created when utilizing these variations.

C02 Extraction

This process removes cannabis components with carbon dioxide, slightly more expensive equipment but with a higher yield.

Ethanol Extraction

A polar solvent and results in a lower concentration of fat-soluble lipids.

Propane Extraction

Propane extraction creates higher overall pressure, resulting in a lighter final product as well as higher terpene preservation.

N Butane Extraction

Butane has a boiling point higher than propane, which ultimately results in slower solvent recovery and a darker color

Iso Butane Extraction

This process creates higher pressure than N Butane Extraction, and has a lighter colored yield in a shorter amount of time

Standards 01

3-A was originally developed in the 1920s as a standard’s development practice by the professional sanitarians, equipment fabricators, and processors interest groups. These days, the 3-A Administrative Symbol Council represents the USDA and the FDA as 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc, otherwise known as 3-A SSI.

The industry benchmark for safe LP-Gas storage, handling, transportation, and use, NFPA 58 mitigates risks and ensures safe installations, to prevent failures, leaks, and tampering that could lead to fires and explosions.


PSI was founded in 2014 to provide field verification, engineering peer reviews and consulting services to the cannabis extraction industry. We have extensive experience spanning across the nuclear, chemical, pharmaceutical and oil & gas industries.

ASME publishes and maintains an International Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) that establishes acceptable margins of safety. ASME Section VIII of the code is dedicated to pressure vessels. It gives detailed requirements for the design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and certification of both fired and unfired pressure vessels.