THC Remediation

THC remediation is an important step in the process of making a compliant distillate end product that contains less than 0.3% THC. THC remediation apparatus achieve a final product that has less than the legal amount of THC, such as less than 0.2% THC or zero THC, so the final product can be legally sold. If you're producing a CBD product in a state where THC products are illegal, you must use THC remediation.

thc-remediation-banner.png

There are different methods for remediating THC such as dilution, chromatography, conversion, harmonic distillation, molecular imprinted polymer (MIPS) technology, and so on. At Lab1st, we are offering chromatography and THC conversion as two of our THC remediation options. Our THC remediation is very competitive and present a fraction of price compare to other technologies.

low-cost.png

Lower Cost

high-purity.png

Higher Purity

Chromatography Method:

Pilot and production scale flash chromatography is recommended in the hemp/cannabis extraction industry. It has a much lower upfront investment, compared to traditional preparative HPLC systems (lower pressure & lower cost of stationary phase material). With proper training, customers are able to produce broad-spectrum CBD oil with non-detectable THC, as well as ultra-high purity powders of any cannabinoids. At Lab1st, we are offering chromatography to separate THC, CBD, and minors such as CBN, CBC, etc.

flash-chromatography-2.png

Flash Chromatography

THC Conversion Method:

Although flash chromatography can effectively, flexibly, measurably remediate THC, there are some problems in use. In communication with our customers, we found that it is not easy for many customers to operate a chromatography because of lacking experienced staff. We always work with the concept of going beyond the needs of our customers. Therefore, our R&D team is committed to studying many kinds of technology inside and outside the industry and finally found a new solution. We recommend THC conversion, a real solution and cost-effective to produce minor cannabinoids such as CBN, instead of separation and concentration with chromatography.

Moreover, we recommend THC remediation, which has a lower input cost than chromatography, with no solvents are used in the process. The operation is friendly, using heat/ultrasound and catalyst. Entry-level employees can operate it.

thc-remediation.png

THC Conversion