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Vacuum Freeze Drying Hemp in Upstate NY

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3 Reasons to Partner with Comstock LLC

REASON ONE | MORE YIELD

OUR GENTLE FREEZE-DRYING TECHNIQUE HAS PROVEN TO PRODUCE LESS THAN 2% DETERIORATION LOSS OF OIL - MORE YIELD

REASON TWO | HIGHER MARGINS

OUR CO2 EXTRACTION PROCESS PRODUCES A DEMONSTRATIVELY PURER PRODUCT GIVING YOU HIGHER MARGINS

REASON THREE | ROT RISK

YOU HARVEST AND BAIL AT 60% MOISTURE - IF THIS ISNT DRIED PROPERLY YOU RISK LOSING IT ALL TO MOLD, GENERATE TOXINS, AND ROT

Pre-Drying Storage

  • Cold Storage

  • Climate Controlled  

Hemp Drying

  • Hemp Drying with Vacuum Freeze Drying

  • Decarboxylation 

  • ​COMSTOCKLLC Method Hemp Drying

Post Process Storage

  • Cold Storage

  • Climate Controlled  

Grinding and Seperating

  • Hemp Separating

  • Vacuum Sealing for Storage

  • Post-Drying Storage

 

Comstock LLC has successfully dried over 750,000 LBS of Industrial Hemp for the 2019 Crop. Our gentle vacuum freeze-drying technique has proven to be less than a 2% deterioration loss. We accredited this to storing any wet Hemp in our 10,000 Sqft. Cold Storage and our Vacuum Freeze Drying. We believe our process is far superior to any other Commercial Drier out there.

  

ComstockLLC,  will also be offering CO2 extraction for the 2020 Crop, with the addition of our CO2 extraction we can be your one-stop-shop. We will help with Monetizing your product once in a Distillate.   

 

  • · Transportation from the Farm/Field to our Facility

  • · Provide assistance with COA Testing

  • · Cold Storage provided for all incoming Hemp 

  • · Vacuum Freeze Drying at $3.00 per pound dry weight

  • · Process through a “cleaner, separator”- Remove Stems and Stocks

  • · Separate Stems and Stocks at $.50 per pound dry weight

  • · Extraction with our CO2 Extraction (processed to a Distillate)*

  • · Bag, Tag and Weigh final flower and leaf materials

  • · Store materials waiting to be processed or returned to you and/or sent to your processor

  • · Prepare Bill of Lading for Shipment-Chain of Custody

 

Don’t be left with your crop in the field, schedule a visit to our facility in Penn Yan, NY or call and secure your spot today. 

*Extraction to start in January 2021 

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HEMP - VACUUM FREEZE DRYING

 

Vacuum freeze drying technology has been in use for over 70 years by the food, pharmaceutical, and preservation industry.  This process of freeze drying is very gentle on the Hemp and the Hemp does not deteriorate and lose its CBD value. Laboratory results are provided below, to validate.  Dried Hemp product coming of the chambers is around 85 degrees Fahrenheit.  Again, drying at a lower temperature does not reduce the CBD value.

 

The vacuum freeze drying principle is simple physics of water science following these steps:

  • place materials under a vacuum in a vacuum chamber

  • under certain conditions, water or ice vaporizes at lower temperatures

  • remove the water vapor from the chamber

  • remove the dry materials for use or further processing

 

Vacuum freeze-drying requires:

  • large vacuum chambers

  • sophisticated vacuum pumps

  • sophisticated refrigeration systems

  • sophisticated and complicated program logic

  • special handling techniques for the product

  • and a knowledge of physics to understand how it works

 

Hemp processing sequence:

  • Coordinate shipment with crop owner/manager

  • Transport from field to COMSTOCKLLC processing plant

  • Unloading, weighing, and inventorying of incoming bales of compressed Hemp

  • Chain of custody – customer to supply COA

  • Temporary cold storage until ready for drying

  • Loading into vacuum freeze-drying chamber

  • Monitoring drying over a period of four days

  • Possibly improving product moisture content at final phase

  • Removal and QA/QC of dried load

  • Transport to temporary storage for re-humidification

  • Re-humidify to ambient conditions

  • Process through a “cleaner”, “separator”

  • Bag, Tag and Weigh final flower and leaf materials

  • Verify moisture content, then vacuum seal

  • Dispose of stalk and residue

  • Store materials awaiting shipment to processor

  • Prepare Bill of Lading for Shipment

  • Ship materials via common carrier or own truck to processor