Precision Chillers For CBD Oil Extraction at J.C. Younger

June 14th, 2019 by

CBD: What is it and what does research show?

Research is revealing the health benefits of CBD oil, but what exactly is it? As found on Healthline, “Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the 104 chemical compounds known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis or marijuana plant, Cannabis sativa.” As opposed to another chemical compound, THC, found in cannabis which “is psychoactive,” CBD does not cause the “high” effect. Research is showing positive research for “relief of pain and other symptoms without the mind-altering effects of marijuana or certain pharmaceutical drugs.”

There are multiple extraction methods to capture the CBD oil. As you see, the CBD oil is diluted with “a carrier oil like coconut or hemp seed oil.” The body can better absorb and digest the CBD oil, as you can learn more about on MarijuanaBreak.com.

“Common” Methods for Extracting CBD Oil

As found on Intrinsic Hemp, the CBD oil must be separated to capture “a highly concentrated form” that is “suitable for human consumption.” This article reveals there are “three most common ways CBD is extracted.”

Liquid Solvent Method

Reported to the “less expensive option that is fast and easy” using solvents as “ethanol, butane, alcohol, or isopropyl.” Although less expensive, this method is more dangerous with the use of such flammable liquids. Using these liquid solvents is also destructive to the “plant waxes which hold numerous health benefits.” This method also enhances the taste by removing “chlorophyll.”

Olive Oil Method

Even though this is a less costly and simple method, it is not the optimal choice. Results can be undesirable if oils are not “kept in a cool, dark place.” CBD oil is “not as concentrated” using this method, and “users would need to ingest a much higher quantity.” The main reason to work with this method is it is a reportedly safer method.

Co2 Method

The Co2 method, while reportedly more complicated and more expensive, is known to have better results. When “done correctly, it is safe, potent, and free of chlorophyll.” This “three-chamber” process also “allows for the temperature and pressure to be carefully adjusted during the process.” A higher quality result is realized because “this method does not remove the health benefits as other methods do, and the final product is less likely to be contaminated.”

Another interesting bit of information to know is that the Co2 can have a twofold purpose. Be sure and ask if you want to know more.

Precise Temperature Control is Vital

Not only are chillers instrumental in plant cultivation, but chillers are also vital to temperature control in the oil extraction processes. At J.C. Younger, we have the expert knowledge of designing chillers to offer precision-designed chillers to offer replicable temperature control with any method or process of CBD oil extraction. We are here to tell you more.

J.C. Younger: Precision Chillers for CBD Oil Extraction

At J.C. Younger, we have over sixty years of experience delivering quality chillers and exceptional customer support across the country. We are dedicated to offering the most user-friendly chillers in the industry. We build all of our chillers from the ground up with only quality components and parts. We also offer re-manufactured chillers that we have removed every mechanical and electrical component, leaving only the evaporator and condenser to build like new.

When you become one of our customers, we offer the best in customer services and support. You will never be left waiting until the next morning because we offer 24/7 support.

We have dedicated, low temp extraction experts who can help you with any questions about our chillers for the cannabis industry, both rental and sales. Give J.C. Younger a call and ask to speak with our experts, because we are excited to talk with you. We love what we do, and our mission is to deliver the best chillers in the industry.

Just a reminder of a valuable event coming. The U.S. Cannabis Conference and Expo will be held in Miami, Florida in August 2019.