Fractionalized processing for THC, CBx & Terpenes allows for the separation of cannabinoids and preservation of terpenes, aroma and taste
The auto fine-tuning mechanism prevents decarboxylated, burned, or overcooked oil, and keeps it from being degraded with chlorophyll, waxes and lipids.
With efficiency in mind the XTR 20 liter extractor is designed to produce higher yields with more control
CO2 processing is environmentally responsible. The process is free of residual solvents, toxins & heavy metals
The lab component of MRX enables clear analytics and verification of the quality in product produced
Temperature, pressure and flow rate are three factors that contribute to producing highest quality product with the highest quality yield. The continual monitoring, maintaining and ingesting of this data, in a tightly controlled zone from start to finish, enables this.
No other extractor in the market has all the features of the FIYRR XTR 20, a world class system for world class processing.
The raw butter is the product removed from the SFE CO2 extractor. This butter is a mixture of cannabinoids, terpenes, waxes, lipids, and other lipophilic compounds from Cannabis.
The cannabinoids and terpenes have been concentrated to significantly higher percentages than the originating material.
The raw butter can be consumed as is, it can be dried and inhaled, or it can be dewaxed, winterized, and refined into a homogenous oil product.
- The raw butter product is often taken and refined through winterization and fat and wax removal.
- This refinement will concentrate the desired compounds further and create a homogenous consistency.
- Wax removal and winterization can be accomplished through homogenizing the raw butter in Ethanol.
- Ethanol has both polar and non-polar solvent characteristics and is the safest substance thus known for winterization.
- Waxes and lipids are removed through various stages of filtration.
- Once the product is in solution with ethanol and filtered, the product can be refined in a vacuum oven or a rotary evaporator.
- A vacuum oven will purge residual ethanol. A rotary evaporator will remove the residual ethanol as well as homogenize the product.
- The consistency is typically suited for cartridges or vaporizers or a dab product.
- This is becoming a ever increasing share of the market as cartridges and vaporizers are portable, discreet, and manage dosages easier.