Specializing in process automation, material conveyors, mixing tanks, Filtering / drying, storage tanks, winterizing, and solvent recovery.
Automated Extractions offers a wide variety of extraction production lines to meet the tightest requirements. Our systems are designed for high throughput, minimum waste, safety, and repeatability.
Our control systems integrate to all of the production processes. They can act independently or be centralized and networked.
We partner with several conveying manufacturers for various material conveying requirements.
Mixing tank designs are available and customizable. We incorporate pumps and valves for process flow and transfers.
An integrated filter press is ideal for maximizing the extraction and minimizing waste when separating plant matter from solvent.
We manufacture tanks for various purposes including mixing, blending, carbonation, and storage.
Distillation systems for solvent recovery and extraction.
Automated Extractions offers a full range of control solutions for your processes. Plant wide or individual process control technology is our specialty.
An integrated automation package is critical for a production line for maximized efficiency. Our control packages are designed for increased production, a high level of repeatability, quality control, safety, and labor reduction.
Designed and programmed for your process requirements.
Our panel shop is UL and cUL certified. We are also 698-A certified for hazardous locations.
Intrinsic circuit designs for components inside C1D1 and C1D2 environments.
Automated Extractions has partnerships with some of the best manufacturers in the world for material conveying. We integrate this equipment into our processes for milling, conveying, and storage.
Designed for milling many materials including HEMP and other cannabis products
Bulk storage and bulk unloading
Ideal for loading material into a mixing tank or moving milled material to a storage tank
Explosion proof designs when applicable
Automated Extractions manufactures a variety of stainless-steel mixing tanks. You can choose from our standard designs or have us build your tank to your specifications. Typical uses are for solvent extractions and batch mixing.
Grade 316 stainless steel offers a higher level of corrosion resistance. It is a necessity when working with high proof ethanol extractions.
Explosion proof mixing motors are available. These motors are necessary when working with high proof ethanol extractions or powders that are combustible.
Entry ports are placed on the tank to accept conveyed materials such as milled Hemp. We also include ports for vacuum pressure relief valves, and liquid and solvent entry points. CIP (Clean in Place) ports are also installed in the tank to connect to the internal spray balls. Bottom ports are designed for complete tank discharge.
For solvent extractions such as ethanol, the maceration process uses ground-up plant material (such as hemp). This bio mass is then mixed so the solvent strips the oil out of the plant fibers. For hemp, this is CBD oil. The hemp oil/solvent is then run through a filter press to separate the biomass from the oil/solvent mixture. Our filter presses can be set up to filter down to 1 micron.
Our storage tanks can be manufactured in a variety of configuration. These tanks are used for liquid and slurry storage. They can also be utilized for beverage storage and as a carbonation vessel.
Grade 316 stainless steel offers a higher level of corrosion resistance. It is a necessity when working with high proof ethanol
Ports for vacuum pressure relief valves, and liquid and solvent entry points. CIP (Clean in Place) ports are also installed in the tank to connect to the internal spray balls. Bottom ports are designed for complete tank discharge.
Sample valves can be placed on the tank sidewall.
In order to produce a pure concentrate product, it is desirable to remove plant lipids and waxes. We offer a variety of solutions that include chilling, heat exchangers, and filtration.
Automated Extractions has partnered with several chiller manufacturers. We integrate these chillers into our processes with options to cool down to -80C.
In-line winterization and dewaxing processes are implemented using cooling exchangers.
Plate filters are used for in-line separation of the lipids and waxes utilizing specialized filter media.