Draconis’ Patented CBD Extraction Facility ~ Selecting Fiber Length to Make Valuable Products for the Paper, Plastic and Building Industries ~


At Draconis Extraction, our game-changing technologies were created by the inventor Paul Baskis, who has a 30+ year record of patents and bringing to market innovative, and award-winning waste-to-energy (WTE) and waste treatment technologies used in commercial plants around the world.

Draconis Extraction has an amazing addition to the patented extraction facility with the ability to choose the fiber length for use in products related to the building, plastic, paper industries. If processing stalk material, the selected length can be longer, for use in the textile industry.

Draconis also has available patented companion technology that utilizes all biomass and turns the residual biomass into energy.

Our Gold Standard at Draconis Extraction Technologies is to build the most productive, cost-effective, and highly profitable ethanol-based extraction and distillation facility to date. Our extraction facility is versatile, energy efficient, and environmentally sustainable.

Our Technology is isolated from the environment and does not release any VOC’s!
Draconis’ versatile facility can use 100-percent renewable energy (RE), is highly automated and scalable from 5-Ton, to 25-Ton, to 100-Ton facility and larger.

Draconis Technologies will take the current technology from a costly, complex-to-operate, highly labor-intensive batch-processing into a highly automated, continuous flow of the 21st century, industrial-scale and energy-efficient CBD facility.

This will make Draconis Technologies Company a leader in the global competitiveness throughout U.S. and the international CBD industry.


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