Linn Havelick has had a long career in process chemistry, environmental health & safety, laboratories, and hazardous materials.
The idea for the HAL Extraction Booth (patent pending) spawned from the series of explosions that plagued Colorado extraction facilities following the rollout of legal recreational marijuana. When Linn, started working with the plant oil extraction industry, he saw a need for an turn-key extraction solutionthat would provide a safe working environment while meeting regulatory and code requirements. He developed the HAL Extraction Booth System to provide business managers and entrepreneurs with affordable solutions to the rapidly evolving challenges of the plant oil extraction industry.
Linn started his technical career in the Extractive Metallurgy Department of AMAX Research and Development Laboratory in the late 1970’s. At the end of 2013, the State of Colorado created a requirement for Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) to review marijuana extraction facilities. As a CIH, Linn is using background in extraction and safety to help move the plant oil extraction industry into the modern, legal, and safe world.
Since 2006, Linn has traveled to Eastern Europe many times to work with Romanian universities to provide workshops in environmental health and safety topics. His work contributes to fostering professional connections between occupational health professionals in Romania and Colorado.
Linn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Master of Public Administration, both from the University of Colorado at Denver. He has been certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene since 1988.
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EXTRACTION BOOTH MODELS
Built with 18-gauge powder coated steel panels and purposefully designed to fit through standard interior doors, your HAL Extraction Booth can be assembled on-site.
UL CERTIFIED & PEER REVIEWED
Each of our extraction rooms are UL Certified and have been independently reviewed by Pressure Safety Inspectors (PSI)
We are fully compliant with OSHA, NEC, and NFPA regulations in addition to providing a rated environment that meets Class 1, Division 1, Group D Explosion-proof requirements. PSI is licensed in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington.