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Decontaminate. Sterilize. Clean.

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Cold Plasma Group has developed a patent-pending cannabis sterilization process using cold plasma treatments. These machines are easy to use and come in three different standard sizes with various features to meet production requirements.

Cold plasma sterilization mechanisms

The interactions of oxidative free radicals disrupt the membranes of organisms

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UV radiation

inactivates organisms.

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The membranes of organisms are etched

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Machine’s features and specifications

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Machines have an integrated touch-panel with Windows 10 Professional or Siemens programmable logic controller. This control software provides one touch operation, access to process library, and process monitoring.

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Plasma chamber can have 2 doors with one side for contaminated materials and the other side for sterilized materials.

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Product trolleys can be pulled in and out of the machine.

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Machines come in various dimensions and can be customized to meet size requirements, maximize processing capacity, and fit processing requirements.

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Research data

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Total concentration of terpenes measured using GC analysis

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Total aerobic bacteria, bile-tolerant gram-negative and total yeast and mould tests were performed on naturally contaminated medical products. These tests were performed at A&L Canada Laboratories in London, ON according to USP62, MFHPB-33 and MFHPB-32 methodologies.

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THC and CBD were quantified using high-performance liquid chromatography. Terpenes were quantified using gas chromatography.

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Microbial scans

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Yeast and mould species were found to be the most resilient contaminants but were still destroyed with 99.9% efficiency.

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Cannabinoid and terpene profiles were preserved by the plasma sterilization process.