Niche Exports today announced the addition of two new extraction machines to its processing capabilities
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., November 29, 2019 – Global hemp manufacturer and distributor Niche Exports today announced the addition of two new extraction machines to its processing capabilities
Niche Exports is proud to announce two new machines to its processing capabilities at Niche Extracts, both utilizing subzero extraction methods, the first is one of the largest Supercritical CO2 extraction machines in the world and the other the largest Cryo-Ethanol extraction machine.
With the new supercritical CO2 machine that just landed in Arizona, Niche Extracts will have the capability to process around 1800 lbs of industrial hemp biomass per day. Solvent selection is very important for applications in the food, nutraceutical, and pharmaceutical industries, where health and safety legislation place severe restrictions on the types of solvents that can be used. Supercritical CO2 is non-toxic and non-flammable, removing both the concern of toxic solvent residues in your products and of combustion/explosion during operation of the system. CO2 extracts are pure and require minimal post-processing, removing the residues of heavy metals or butane. Carbon dioxide is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and EFSA. This makes CO2 the ideal solvent for processing food and medical extracts.
The next addition to the Niche Extraction family is the monster Cryo-Ethanol extraction machine. The Niche Extraction unit is our large throughput, full processing system capable of taking down acreage from the farm, the system is designed to process up to 15k lbs in a 12-hour period and can run continuously to process over 15 tons (30K lbs) of biomass per day. Unlike other large throughput systems on the market today, Niche Extraction unit processes high throughput while maintaining ultra-low temp solvent temperature, bypassing the need for Winterization. This system includes complete filtration and post process evaporation technology to yield true full spectrum crude oil and/or distillate final product. Utilizing our industry partner who specializes in cascade chilling technology, Niche Extraction unit provides a complete, turn-key extraction system capable of fully automating the extraction process at scale.
Niche Extracts is looking to partner with those industrial hemp farmers who are looking to have their biomass processed into a shelf stable CBD crude oil to help preserve the value of their CBD crop. With the number of farms that grew industrial hemp this year without a proper plan of what to do with the end product, getting your industrial hemp biomass processed into CBD oil in a timely manner is key to the future success of many of farms.
Contact us today if you would like to discuss processing your industrial hemp biomass into CBD Crude Oil, CBD Tincture or into CBD Distillate.
Why Niche Exports?
“Niche Exports is committed to sustainability, traceability, and transparency throughout its production processes which aligns with my business values. I look forward to entering the international cannabis space with one of the industry’s forerunners,” stated DeFries.
Niche Exports produces THC-free full spectrum CBD oil, broad-spectrum CBD Isolate, and water-soluble CBD from American-grown industrial hemp. With offices in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Rapperswil, Switzerland, Niche Exports holds one of only five import and export hemp licenses in the European Union. For more information visit nicheexports.com.
ABOUT US: Niche Exports is an industrial scale producer of THC-free full spectrum CBD Oil, broad-spectrum CBD Isolate, water-soluble
LAW ENFORCEMENT NOTICE: While the product may look and smell like marijuana, it’s actually legal industrial hemp flower. Legal per Farm Bill 7606 of The Agricultural Act signed by the President in 2014; which realizes the dichotomy of what is considered Marijuana and what is considered Hemp; defined in Bill H.R.3530; which exempts industrial hemp its derivatives from the controlled substances list, defining industrial hemp as any cannabis plant containing less than 0.3% THC by dry weight.