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An industrial-grade cannabis chiller has a hefty responsibility to keep your cannabis extraction equipment cool so your processes run smoothly. However, we’d argue that a cannabis chiller worth your investment must accomplish more – it must also help level up your operation by maximizing the quantity and quality of extracted THC, CBD, or CBN.
How can a cannabis chiller do that?
In this article, we’ll reveal the cannabis chiller’s secret to helping you get the most from your extraction processes for a larger and higher quality yield.
As successful cannabis producers know, there’s no replacement for an industrial-grade chiller to keep cannabis extraction operations running smoothly. Yet, some growers might wonder whether they can get the same results with a comfort chiller.
In this post, we’ll break down the following ten reasons to bypass a comfort chiller in favor of an industrial cannabis system, no matter the size of your facility:
- Performs optimally year-round
- Maintains extra-low fluid temperatures
- More precise temperature control
- Prevents denaturing and other plant damage
- Handles wide heat load variation
- More energy efficiency
- Helps your equipment last longer
- Better control options
- Greater customizability
- Industrial-grade performance
Continue reading to learn more about these compelling reasons to opt for an industrial-grade cannabis chiller instead of a comfort chiller.
There’s no doubt about it: cannabis cultivation is a growing sector of the cannabis industry. According to the 2020 State of the Industry Report by Cannabis Business Times, 21% of research participants said they plan to add at least 80,000 square feet of cannabis grow room space in the next two years. Additionally, the number of participants expanding to two or more grow sites jumped from 32% to 41% between 2016 and 2020, further punctuating the trend toward larger and more facilities. These are just some of the key factors that indicate a thriving cannabis cultivation market.
If you’re one of the many producers looking to outfit your cannabis grow room with the best chiller for maximum yield, this article is for you. In it, we’ll explain what to look for in a cannabis chiller.