States are requiring detailed information from MMJ license applicants about their grow and/or processing operations, as well as a number of other matters to show their qualifications. We can support your efforts in the extraction section of applications. We have provided several prospective customers planning to purchase Apeks extraction systems with evidential materials regarding the safety and quality of our equipment. These can give applicants an edge in an extremely competitive review process.
Information Apeks can provide:
- Engineering Peer Review (EPR) certification confirming Apeks supercritical and subcritical CO2 extraction systems comply with the International Fire Code and meet ASME Boiler and pressure Vessel Code standards. Apeks has received EPRs from CO, WA, NV, OR, CA, MD, and PA.
- Proof of UL certification — Apeks systems meet the nationally recognized Underwriters Laboratories standards for safety.
- Photographs and specification sheets indicating sizes and electrical components.
- Price sheets which include production capabilities. This helps applicants show how they can produce the necessary supply indicated for medical cannabis.
- Apeks Tech Sheets which illustrate the technological advantages (full automation, processing efficiencies, cold separation technology) of our extraction systems.
- Letter of proof Apeks is veteran-owned. Doing business with veteran-owned companies can mean additional points in the application review.
“I got really good information right away from Apeks concerning their equipment,” says John Spagnola, chief operating officer at PA Options for Wellness which plans to operate a medical marijuana facility in Perry County, PA. John says he plans to purchase an Apeks High Production 20 liter 5000psi extraction system in order to process 100 pounds per day.
Good luck, John! We hope the State of Pennsylvania awards PA Options for Wellness one of its licenses.