Decarboxylation of Cannabinoids

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Decarboxylation of cannabinoids is an important step for many users as it activates the psychoactive effects. It is often beneficial to decarboxylate after extraction as users are dealing with a smaller volume of material. The decarboxylation step can also be used as a finishing step in the removal of volatile materials such as ethanol. Pope Scientific manufactures ASME code vessels and turnkey systems that can be utilized for this process at all scales and sizes. Adding portability to these vessels/systems is beneficial to allowing them to be repurposed as receiver vessels from solvent recovery and feed vessels for distillation systems. View our decarboxylation vessels and decarboxylation reactors below!

Pope Decarboxylation 10, 30, 50-Gallon Mixing Vessels

100 L Decarboxylation Reactor Still Feed Vessel for CBD

Pope Decarboxylation Reactor

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