Informative Videos from Pope

In this video, we share how to identify and fix an unbalanced wiper on a Pope wiped-film still.
While cannabis is a relatively new market, Pope’s processing equipment has been around for over 50 years. Learn about our equipment, capabilities, customer service and how we support the cannabis industry today.
This videos shows the steps taken for removing the wiper drive from a Pope 6” stainless steel wiped film molecular still. These same steps can also be taken with the Pope 4” stainless steel wiped film molecular still. This will be necessary when replacing wiper blades or doing a robust cleaning of the system.
In this video, Ryan is in the Pope lab running a 2″ Pope wiped-film molecular still. Here he shares the differences between the first pass and second pass when running a wiped-film molecular still for purifying cannabinoids.
In this video, Ryan is in the Pope lab running a 2″ Pope wiped-film molecular still. Here he shares the differences between the first pass and second pass when running a wiped-film molecular still for purifying cannabinoids.
This video provides an overview of how volatile materials can affect your distillation process, and how you can identify them.
Cannabis & Tech Today interview with Pope Scientific Process/Sales Engineer Ben Kultgen
Pope 2” still in operation starting at 1:50
Pope 6” still in operation starting at 24:35
Chris Fertnig, Process & Sales Engineer at Pope Scientific, explains post-extraction distillation at MJBizConNEXT.
Distillation equipment shown from 25:25 – 26:08 is a Pope Scientific 2″ Molecular Still System

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