Selling 3 of our Terpene Distillation Machines. Each machine comes with the option for propane heating (for outdoor use) and electricity (for indoor use).
Each machine can handle 50lbs of biomass (dry) and 100lbs of biomass (fresh). Dry Yields average out around 1.5-2% while fresh biomass averages out around 3%+. Yields will vary by quality of biomass.
Each machine sold will include a full remote consultation with 7 day phone consults for up to 6 months. On-site consultations available for an additional expense. I will teach you everything that you need to know including tips and tricks that will exponentially set you apart from the competition.
If you are interested in learning more please reach out! Thank you!
Also open to running terps on toll before we sell our machines. If this is of interest please DM me. Our process does not pull cannabinoids so the spent material can be dryed and extracted for cannabinoids post terp pull.
@WestCoastTerpenes Can you give an approximate price for such a machine, are we talking 5 figures? Is it possible for this machine to extract Terpenes from THC biomass while stripping enough THC so that the Terps are less than 0.2% THC?
And also, do you sell Terpenes already extracted? I am interested, certainly, in these.
These machines do not strip any cannabinoids at all. I have COAs to prove it. All cannabinoids test ND (non-detect) in our terpenes. I do currently sell terpenes and have plenty available. They are unrefined so if you desire a more refined product I will have to point you in the direction of one of our refining partners for post processing.
In our experience a lot of clients actually prefer the unrefined version depending on their application because oftentimes those rich earthy cannabis notes are lost in the refinement process.
…Which leads me to believe that you are saying that hydrocarbon extractions don’t need to be dried because of their immiscibility with water. What distills the terpenes? Steam? Forced air? Inert gas? Microwave? Freeze/thaw, utilizing the vapor pressure of the biomass? What type of distiller is this?