Vancouver, BC – December 20, 2017 Quadron Cannatech Corporation (CSE:QCC) (the “Company” or “Quadron”) is pleased to announce that is has completed its first sale of the BOSS CO2 Extraction System (“BOSS”) to Quintent Ventures Inc., located in Vernon, British Columbia.
Following extensive research and a thorough review of available CO2 extraction systems on the market, Quintet selected the BOSS. The ease of use and costs savings of the BOSS made it a clear choice for their growth plans in the burgeoning cannabis extraction market.
Production is ramping at Quadron to build its inventory of BOSS CO2 Extraction Systems for quick delivery and anticipation of more purchase orders to complete shortly as licensed growers conclude their investigation and analysis. Sales of the BOSS is anticipated to be a significant revenue growth driver for Quadron in 2018 and beyond.
“Industry response to our proprietary, automated, next generation CO2 Extraction System – the BOSS, since having showcased it at the MJBiz Conference in Vegas, has been extraordinary,” stated Rosy Mondin, CEO & President of Quadron. “There is an immediate need for innovation, automation, analytics, and predictable recoveries in cannabis extraction. The BOSS is a revolutionary system that will no doubt disrupt the industry and build a new, worldwide benchmark for extraction technology, and industry standards moving forward.”
Andrew Robinson, Founding Partner of Quintet Ventures said, “It’s a very exciting time for us as we are seeing great innovation, momentum and growth within our business. With the integration of the BOSS system, we look forward to evolving our formulation range with industry-leading productivity. Through Quadron’s vision, our potential for future growth is significant as we continue to expand and reaffirm our position within the space.”
The BOSS CO2 Extraction System combines proprietary max flow technology with advanced thermodynamics, automated features and an exclusive plug and play design. The BOSS has a very small footprint, requiring only a fraction of the space and energy requirements compared to other systems on the market. Installation is simple – no external hardware of facility renovations required. All that is needed are two electrical outlets and an hour to setup.
THE BOSS EXTRACTION SYSTEM ADVANTAGES
➢ Automated system with remote monitoring and control features
➢ Software collects, stores, and analyzes data for Research & Development
➢ Programmable cycles – maximizing extraction and separation efficiency
➢ Plug and Play self-contained system with no external setup required
➢ Simplified assembly with only two pieces of equipment to set-up, two plugs and four hoses to connect
➢ Integrated heat exchanger with proprietary advanced thermodynamics ➢ High precision operating parameters for accurate performance ➢ Ability to collect extract during runtime
Click here to view more information on the BOSS CO2 Extraction System.
According to a Mackie Research Capital Corp. report, which assumes full legalization (medical and recreational) in 2018, the growth of cannabis oil consumption in Canada is expected to grow from 284 litres in 2015 to 562,613 litres by 2020 (198,000-per-cent growth) versus dried marijuana consumption of 6,388 kilograms in 2015 to 110,034 kilograms in 2020 (1,600-percent growth).
About Quadron Cannatech
Quadron focuses on ancillary equipment, products and services for the authorized cannabis industry by providing a full array of end to end extraction and processing solutions including sales of alternative end user delivery options for recreational and medical consumers.
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