Extractors can wash in one vessel while the next is being filled, pre-soaked, or filtered thanks to its innovative design, which separates the washing vessel from the source of agitation. As a result, there are significant gains in batch processing throughput and labour cost savings.
The VTS uses a cold-water mechanical separation method to delicately separate your biomass’s trichomes, which are rich in terpenes and cannabinoids. These trichomes are physically removed from the plant with exactly the proper amount of agitation, leaving the remaining biomass largely undisturbed.
The Global Vortex Trichome Separator Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The New Vortex Trichome Separator (VTS-50).The release of the Vortex Trichome Separator VTS-50, the newest advancement in equipment for solventless separation. To create high-quality ice water hash, the VTS uses mechanical separation techniques to remove cannabinoid and terpene-rich trichomes from biomass.
The wash basin’s distinctive shape and the bottom-driven paddle’s strong separation force combine to produce cross flow turbulence. One of the keys to minimising material maceration and undesirable plant particles is the ability to gently wash the plant material with the VTS-50 by adjusting the vortex speed. As a result, there is minimal to no plant-particulate pollution and maximal separation of resin heads from the plant surface.
The trichomes are then left floating around in the water as undissolved solids. It is quite simple to filter, separate, collect, and dry the trichomes for use in a high-quality hash end-product once this water and trichome slurry combination has been separated from the remaining biomass.
The cannabis plant’s trichomes are where the highly sought-after cannabinoids CBD, THC, and accompanying terpenes are created. These trichomes are highly noticeable and may be seen on the cannabis flower as sticky crystals. The VTS carefully separates hardened trichome heads from their stalks using cold water and ice, producing a significantly cleaner, solvent-free hash product as a result.
These trichomes can be physically removed from the plant with just the appropriate amount of agitation, while the remaining biomass is largely unaltered. The bottom-driven paddle generates crossflow turbulence in conjunction with a distinctively designed wash basin to produce a strong agitation force. As a result, there is minimal to no plant-particulate pollution and maximal separation of resin heads from the plant surface.
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