400L Industrial Botanicals Extractor by Infinity

Infinity Supercritical is developing a 400L (100+ lbs/hr) industrial botanicals extraction system. This system uses common distilled water as the solvent, which provides a completely hydrocarbon or CO2 solvent free extraction method, which is the first organic extraction method to be introduced into the Cannabis industry.

The system is closed-loop and recycles the distilled water through a series of elegant, but simple, mechanical separation methods. The spent botanicals can be recycled and composed, or remediated through a add-on module which converts the plant matter to CO2 by using a patented system.

The system has other add-on high-tech innovation modules which can recover waste heat into electricity (Tribogen), a solid state chiller, ESP (electrostatic precipitation), and a Tesla disc pump. The system was developed, and uses the modular fluid handling device (US Patent 7726331), which is commonly referred to as the Modular Block, which was termed an industrial Lego by the National Science Foundation.

The modular system has a ROI payback within days, when used for processing legal Cannabis trim in a licensed facility.

The system can also be used for the continuous production of QD (Quantum Dots) which may be our future solar cell and battery technology. These are the same technologies that are being looked at and developed by Apple, Google, and Tesla.

 

TriboSonic | Acoustical Ultrasonics | Enhanced Oil Extraction by Infinity Supercritical

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Citra Hops Oil Extract

Infinity Supercritical has announced a new method of enhancing oil extraction using supercritical CO2. The technique uses high pressure CO2 to create acoustical ultrasonic waves that literally vibrate the Cannabis or other botanicals to release the entrained oil. ┬áBest of all, Infinity reports the process is passive, and does not require any external power to produce the effect. Similar to it’s TriboTube which uses CO2 moving over a hybrid plastic to produce electrostatic precipitation (to enhance oil recovery), the TriboSonic method also uses CO2.