Radio Frequency Hemp Drying Facility | Near Scottsdale, AZ

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Hemp Drying

Drying is an essential part of processing hemp for market or phytocannabinoid extraction, but the process can take a significant amount of time, effort and resources. Drying hemp too slowly—in direct sun, or not reducing the moisture content to appropriate levels while hang drying or laying the hemp on the ground—can result in a low-quality product or one that is unable to be sold or used for extraction.

Benefits of Radio Frequency (RF) Technology

Unlike conventional drying techniques which transfer heat from an external heat source to the plant through its delicate surface, RF technology creates a field that generates heat evenly throughout a hemp plant’s mass. This results in uniform, precision drying regardless of varying plant size or weight. Even better, the integrity of each plant is maintained through the entire drying process, preserving precious cannabinoids and terpenes. This drying facility also utilizes infrared sensors to measure the moisture of each plant in real time. To complete the process, the enclosed facility then mills the dried hemp using a cooled hammermill to grind the dried flower to minimize the degradation of cannabinoids due to heat. The milled material can then be pelletized, also using chilled equipment, and then bagged into super sacks or shipped as bulk.

Improve Your Process

Whether you are just starting out in hemp production, or are an established grower looking to improve your process, the custom drying solution employed by this drying facility helps you ensure a superior hemp product. This state-of- the-art hemp drying facility is capable of precision drying up to 70,000 pounds of biomass per day using advanced Radio Frequency (RF) technology.

Equipment Included in the Sale

Metering Bin. 6′ wide x Approximately 20′ long x 9′ High. Surge capacity: 800 to 2640 cuft. Steel pintle chain. 5 HP. Belt Conveyor. Dust Collector, Pulse Type, Carbon Steel. (2) Centrifugal Blowers, 25 HP. 230/460 v., Centrifugal Blower, 20 HP. 230/460 v. Paddle Blender, WaveMix, 400 cuft. Trough measures: 6′ Wide x 14′ Long x 6′ High. Stainless steel. (2) 30 HP/ 22KW, 1781/16 RPM, 230/460 v. Heated by (4) Crescend Technologies Microwave Generators. (4) Microwave Generator consisting of B Master unit and B Slave. Input: Motor Control Centers and Starter cabinets. Transformer 36 KVA. 480 v. Geelen Counterflow Swivel Valve Cooler, Carbon Steel. Separating Screen, 60″, Single Deck, Stainless Steel, 2.5 HP. 460 v. Pellet Mill, 400 HP / 300 KW Motor, 460 v. 1190 RPM. Surge Bin (For Supersack Filling) Hammer Mill, 150 HP / 110 KW Motor, 1789 RPM, 208-230/460 v. Silos, Dust Collector. Twin Screw Feeder Rated 834 CUFT/ Hour, Carbon Steel, Approximately 6″ diameter x 12′ Long Screws. (2) 1 HP Motors. Blower, Carbon Steel, 25 HP, 230/460 v. Air Volume: 3450 ACFM, Static: 19″ W.C. , Rotary Feeder. Blower, Carbon Steel, 25 HP / 18 KW, 480/ 830 v. Air Dryer, Rated 150 PSIG @ 120 deg F. 53.5 KG per Tower. (2) Air Receiver, Carbon Steel, Vertical. Rated 200 PSI @ 400 Deg F. NB # 909747, CRN L40365C. (2) Air Compressor, 40 HP, Rated 40 PSIG, 125 PSI Max. 3/60/460 v. (2) 225 Ton Chiller, Screw Type, Air Cooled, Variable Speed, High Efficiency, Test Pressure: Hi 350 PSI, Lo 220 PSI. R-134 Refrigerant. Air Cooled. With associated Pumps and Piping, 28’11″” L x 7’4″” W x 8’3″” H and 14,700 lbs. and Above Ground Truck Scale. Miscellaneous on Shelving: Ball and Gate Valves, Spare Pellet Mill Die, Belt Conveyors, etc.