Draconis Patented Industrial Scale CBD Extraction and Companion Technologies

Draconis Patented, Industrial Scale, CBD Extraction and Companion Technologies-

Draconis Patented, Industrial Scale Extraction Technology has already developed and is ready to deploy a companion plant for the CBD Extraction/Distillation plant that will take all of the residual coming out of the system and converting it into fuels and high value chemicals such as ethylene, propylene and butylene.  These are the back bone of the plastics industry.

Another companion technology, cellulose Acetate (Rayon) that DET is preparing and discussing, technology with Ravi Randhava, who was known as the father of cellulose acetate and developed the early cellulose acetate processes and products. 

We will be offering a companion plant for large scale systems (100t/day and larger) that will take the residual cellulose fiber and chemically convert it into rayon, the only true renewable plastic.  Rayon is extremely strong and durable.

Also we have plans to develop chemical retting processes that will take the fiber from the cellulose and remove the starch and other components such as lignin.  This process will also soften the fiber and make more like cotton but it will still maintain its hemp strength.

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We at Draconis, are Industrial Hemps Future – The Gateway to a Myriad of Products!

Our Patented CBD Process for extracting CBD/THC is extremely efficient and can produce food grade extract or pharmaceutical grade extract.

The Patent covers the subsequent purification of the extract using high pressure CO2 for producing isolates.

Using CO2 after the plant extraction is much more efficient and keeps you from having a stranded asset. Any post processing is covered for producing purified isolate products.

Our system can process between 25 and 1,000t/day. We are Industrial Hemps future and the gateway to a myriad of products. More to come !



  • This is an all-natural, alcohol extraction process that provides approximately 90% efficiency in the extraction of CBD or THC from cannabis biomass. The system can do a broad spectrum extraction that contains terpenes and Cannabinoids that are extremely biologically active and provides for the best reported effectiveness in the available literature.
  • The system is scalable from small appliances that can be used to produce product for cottage industry producers to commercial and industrial scale systems that would have inputs of 100 to 1,000 tons per day of cannabis biomass.
  • System costs are lower than those associated with high pressure (super critical) carbon dioxide systems and alcohol does not extract the heavier waxes like CO2 systems. The light wax that is extracted can be removed through an easy to add step after the alcohol extraction and prior to distillation.
  • Distillation can be done at atmospheric or it can be accomplished through vacuum distillation with little added expense and a much faster distillation processing.
  • The residual cannabis biomass can be further processed into microcrystalline cellulose and or energy products by adding on processing steps that provide for the production of these products.

Draconis’ Patented Process Technology for CBD extraction and companion technology for ‘Waste to Energy’

Draconis Extraction Technologies has developed and patented an extremely, efficient alcohol, extraction distillation process, that can be used with clones, transplants and seed grown plants.

The system is efficient and recovers 95% or more of the alcohol and at least 90% of the heat, used to distill the oil.

Draconis also has a companion technology to convert the waste material into energy in the form of a biogas, synthetic natural gas, synthetic petroleum and a high fixed carbon fertilizer that will have a 5-5-5 composition.

All of the energy can be used on site to power the facility and excess energy can be wheeled out on the power lines.

Draconis is also developing systems to use some of the residual biomass from fiber production to produce a fine cellulose for the paper industry. Also the cellulose fiber can be treated and converted to rayon for use in the plastic industry.

Please contact, Tommie Baskis, CEO, for more information