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The cannabis industry moves fast and the ever-changing science of cannabis extraction is no different. Scientific innovations from experienced companies are starting to...

When it comes to financing a cannabis extraction facility, many make the mistake of thinking they’ve got to “go big or go home.” Here at extraktLAB, we’re happy to tell you that it’s really wise to “go small and then go big” as you scale up to meet future demand.
Op-Ed by Cole Holstrom, Senior Technical AdvisorI see it all the time. Investors are understandably focused on the return on investment with their cannabis and hemp extraction equipment. I watch them think outside the box with all the possible methods, laser-focused on how they can make a quick buck. Unfortunately, the cost of employee safety is often an overlooked part of the equation. In my experience, owners definitely need to think “inside the box” when it comes to safe extraction methods and ethanol safety concerns.
New extract trends in the cannabis industry are bound to crop up from time to time, and yet they’re still just a dime a dozen. New products often require years of research and development (R&D), in addition to trial and error testing, before they’re consistent enough for a viable, and scalable, business model.

How much space does 1-ton of biomass occupy?Answer: the volume depends on a couple key factors including size of the trim or grind,...

We have noticed many extraction equipment companies coming out of the woodwork lately. Some have attempted to knock-off our designs - and for...

What is the best method for botanical extraction? Even though the cheapest and most popular method for botanical oil extraction continues to be hydrocarbon (volatile) in nature, the technological advances in supercritical CO2 (non-volatile) processing are giving volatile extractors a run for their money.