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KRTL Allies With Entexs to Expand THC Extraction Technology

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Published: Sep 08, 2022   
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KRTL Holding Group, Inc., an innovator and pioneer in developing industry-leading cross-over tradecraft and proprietary technology and methodology in the hemp, cannabis, psilocybin, and alternative wellness sectors, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, KRTL Biotech has entered into a strategic alliance for the exclusive deployment of a state-of-the-art mobile extraction plant with Entexs Corporation, a Made in the USA industry-leading cannabis and hemp extraction manufacturer focusing on advanced closed-loop solutions and creator of a best-in-class THC Remediation technology, and with Iron Sight Industries, a veteran-owned agritech and ag-logistics company with industry-leading expertise in mobile systems rapid deployment modeled after US military special operations, which it utilized to great effect in the oil fracking industry of South Dakota, and cross-state hemp and cannabis scientific lab testing and commercial extraction specialization.

Entexs has solved key issues that often make mobile extraction platforms non-commercially viable by developing a closed-loop extraction system able to handle up to 2,000 pounds of biomass per day, engineered for remote and off-grid environments with follow-on power source, clean-in-place systems, and remote operation through mobile app and digital interface.

KRTL’s partnership with Entexs and Iron Sight to deploy this incredibly disruptive technology developed exclusively for KRTL, expands the scope of KRTL’s US based operations nationwide. KRTL’s ability to create unique methodology across multi-discipline teams into a combined proprietary end-product and connecting it with KRTL’s substantial pipeline of end distributors has created incredible revenue-generating potential. 

This combination of strategic elements also sets KRTL apart in the marketplace, by combining the compliance, banking, and legal expertise of nationwide operations under KRTL’s public company, with the operational efficiency and physical security from Iron Sight’s military-trained rapid deployment team, and with the turn-key rugged and high-throughput mobile system from Entexs, KRTL has designed a solution that massively lowers risk for investors while maximizing access to future hemp, cannabis, and psilocybin opportunities.

KRTL expects to finalize early launch deployment contracts in New Jersey, Oregon, Washington, and California, with more to follow. The strength of KRTL’s model is that it is able to quickly move where demand is greatest. Since cannabis-based THC products cannot legally cross state lines, KRTL is able to go directly to them, produce end-products like THC distillate and isolate, and sell wholesale or refine further into high concentration/potency vape cartridges while in-state. This also allows it to quickly react and take advantage of newly regulated markets as they come online, being one of the first extraction solutions state-to-state as more legalize recreational marijuana and bring hemp-based extraction demand to the market.

At full capacity, KRTL expects to be able to produce over 8,500 liters of mid-potency full spectrum or high-potency broad spectrum THC distillate per year per extraction unit. This equates to approximately 8,500,000 grams of high concentration retail vape formulations, generating a potential of over $200 million in sales annually.

“We’re incredibly excited for this opportunity, a brick-and-mortar extraction lab typically takes 12-18 months to standup once all financing and vendors are in place, then it is restricted to a geographic region. If that region’s demand or supply lines dry up or become over saturated as we’ve seen happen in the Oregon and Californian markets, that’s a lot of overhead to maintain raising the risk for stakeholders. By creating both a solution and methodology for quickly inserting into remote legalized states for hemp and cannabis production, we significantly lower stakeholder risk and maximize revenue generation potential. What’s even more powerful is that the methodologies that KRTL have developed, directly crossover to psilocybin, meaning this extraction solution can be deployed for psilocybin extraction as recreational psilocybin starts legalizing, quickly taking advantage of those early burgeoning markets – this is truly a first of its kind model,” said Daniel Ball, CEO of KRTL.

Mr. Ball added, “I’ve worked with a lot of extraction manufacturers over the years including some of the best names in the business for distillation and terpene extraction, and I am absolutely blown away at the precision of engineering and cutting-edge features Entexs has put together in their product line. What is usually a disjointed multi-process affair that starts with extracting biomass into crude oil, then moving that crude to a winterization or distillation process or separate isolate process with multiple containers and physically separated stations, is all combined in a seamless push-of-a-button closed-loop start-to-finish system. You start with biomass on one end and have high-quality distillate on the other.”

Emil Bayan COO of Entexs added, “We’ve been working on a mobile prototype for some time, but it was always meant to be used in-house for an extraction-as-a-service model, when Daniel approached us about a partnership and laid out what KRTL had in mind operationally, it was a no brainer to make our first production unit available for their exclusive use. We’ve changed the hemp and cannabis extraction game with our closed-loop technology for traditional stationary equipment, we’re excited to carry that same disruptive spirit into the design of this industry first solution for KRTL.”

This article has been republished from materials provided by KRTL. Note: material may have been edited for length and content. For further information, please contact the cited source.


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