Extraction Compliance & Safety

Extraction Compliance & Safety

Class I, Div. 1 and Class 1, Div. 2 Compliance and Safety for Extraction

The HAL Extraction Booth was designed to create a safe CID1 working environment for extracting plant oils using flammable or hazardous solvents. The HAL Extraction Fume Hood was designed to create a more affordable CID2 working environment for ethanol extraction, post-extraction processing, and off-gassing.

UL Certified

The use of these flammable and pressurized solvents can create dangerous conditions for workers and buildings. HAL Extraction has worked with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to develop and certify the first equipment for use in the plant oil extraction industry.

On 7/9/18 the HAL Extraction Booth became the industry’s first and only UL Certified plant oil extraction facility supporting Class I, Division 1, Group D equipment within the booth; and Class I, Division 2, Group D equipment outside the booth around openings for 3 feet in all directions.

In the fast-growing world of marijuana extraction, this certification can expedite your facility’s approval process. The coveted listing from UL, the oldest and most respected Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL), indicates that a piece of equipment has been deemed safe for use in an applicable workplace, satisfying both Fire Marshals’ and Building Code Officials’ requirements. 

Check out the UL Certification Page for HAL Extraction!

Peer Reviewed

All of the HAL Extraction Booths and Fume Hoods have been Peer Reviewed by Pressure Safety Inspectors (PSI) a Professional Engineering group licensed in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington.

The PSI Peer Review ensures that the HAL Extraction Booth’s system and components comply with applicable regulations from: NFPA 1 (2018); NFPA 30 (2018); NFPA 33 (2018); NFPA 58 (2017); NFPA 70E (2018); NFPA 91 (2015); AZ Fire Code 2016; CA Fire Code 2016; International Fire Code 2018; OR Fire Code 2014; WA Fire Code 2015, and that SOPs adhere to appropriate guidelines established by State law, OSHA, and general industry safe practice.

We’d be happy to send your AHJ a copy of our 3rd party Professional Engineering Peer-Review, ensuring the compliance and approval of the HAL Extraction Booth and its installation.

 

HAL NFPA C1D1 Compliant     

The HAL Extraction Booth and Fume Hood are designed and engineered to comply with applicable codes in:

NFPA 1 2018
NFPA 30 2018
NFPA 33 2018
NFPA 58 2017
NFPA 70E 2018
Arizona Fire Code 2016
California Fire Code 2016
International Fire Code 2018
Oregon Fire Code 2014
Washington Fire Code 2015

HAL Extraction can provide both Computational Fluid Dynamic Analysis and Structural Analysis on any of our Booths and Fume Hoods

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Contact our Extraction Booth Team

Learn more about our affordable extraction rooms, booths, hoods, and how you can get your production facility up and running.

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Come see us and our friends @pinnaclestainless @extractiontek @ps_inspectors at booth 1114 today!
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