Engineering Peer Review Certified, Industrial Control Panels are UL Listed, manufactured in an ASME certified facility

Did you know that Engineering Peer Reviews (EPRs) for extraction and concentration equipment are required by many states? Apeks Supercritical has received EPR certifications approving the use of our supercritical and subcritical extraction systems in Colorado, Washington, Nevada, Oregon, California, Maryland and Pennsylvania. The EPRs, completed by Pressure Safety Inspectors (PSI) Professional Engineers, confirm our CO2 extraction systems comply with the International Fire Code and meet ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code standards.

Colorado Digital Peer Review

Nevada Digital Peer Review

Washington Digital Peer Review

Oregon Digital Peer Review

Maryland Digital Peer Review

California Digital Peer Review

Pennsylvania Digital Peer Review

Unfortunately, the EPR only focuses on the mechanical portions of the extraction system and leaves the electrical portion without review. To address this Apeks Supercritical CO2 industrial control panels are also UL Listed, meeting the nationally recognized Underwriters Laboratories Standards for Safety! In addition, our vessels are manufactured in an ASME certified facility.