Linked Equipment, Capna Partner For Mobile Extraction Lab
Linked Equipment and Capna Systems have jointly designed a fully turn-key and completely modular extraction lab designed to process hemp. One of the fastest-growing segments of the legal cannabis industry, hemp processing and extraction have traditionally proven time- and cost-prohibitive. Mobile hemp extraction labs by Linked Equipment and Capna Systems represent the intuitive, resource-friendly solution.
A Modular Approach
Pre-loaded modules arrive on wheels, allowing producers to begin extracting in days, not months. Capna’s “design-for-scalability” operational philosophy means that operators can easily modify and adapt the technology to suit their ever-changing needs.
Featuring “plug-and-play” Capna hardware, mobile hemp extraction labs are designed with safety and security in mind, and come equipped with interlocking electrical and emergency systems, ignition source controls, gas detection systems, and ventilation for both dilution and extraction fan systems. As companies grow, modules designed by Linked Equipment and Capna are designed to scale.
The extraction lab solutions are completely mobile, which means that if the organization needs to relocate for any reason, producers may simply drive off to another location if on a chassis or unbolt the container from the ground and take it along. A team of technical experts – including engineers, farmers, chefs, and extraction artists – have created the safest automated facilities for the cannabis industry – and producers simply need to set them up, plug them in, and enjoy full functionality, anywhere.
Once the custom blueprint is set for an operation’s container needs, the Linked Equipment and Capna team can create multiple versions as space and production levels increase. Today’s producers can avoid missed deadlines and budgeting issues, instead harnessing the power of the plug-and-play design, which means they’ll begin generating revenue right away – whatever the organization’s size, quantity, layout, electrical needs, and storage quantities. Every system produced undergoes a third-party engineering review, ensuring that the new lab adheres to each state’s mechanical, structural, electrical, and fire regulations.