Furnace Designed for Cannabis Drying, Decarboxylation

The PF460 furnace fhas been specially designed for the drying and decarboxylation of cannabis.

The PF460 furnace from Carbolite Gero USA.
The PF460 furnace from Carbolite Gero USA.
Carbolite Gero USA

Decarboxylation is a chemical procedure that applies heat to a substance to eliminate a carboxyl group. Within cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA)can be transformed into the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol molecule (THC) through decarboxylation. The process is important for both pharmaceutical and recreational cannabis production.

The PF460 furnace from Carbolite Gero USA has been specially designed for the drying and decarboxylation of cannabis for the pharmaceutical industry.

Features include:

  • The ability to operate up to 200Β°C.
  • The ability to switch between optimum temperatures for both drying and decarboxylation processes.
  • 2 large air recirculation fans that help maintain temperature uniformity and extract moisture from inside the chamber.
  • Manual air inlet and outlet dampers to adjust the amount as air flow.
  • A 460 liter capacity.
  • A designed specific for the U.S. market, but the ovens are also CSA/UL compliant.
  • A range of options, including an exhaust fan for moisture removal, a nitrogen gas system and a range of alternative temperature controllers.

For more information, visit https://www.carbolite-gero.com/.


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