DRYING METHODS COMPARED : CANNABIS DRYING

 

DRYING METHODS

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Drying System / ASPECT Hang method Rack method Cannabis-Drying.com Top-down method
DRYING CAPACITY Low per m2/ft2 Medium per m2 / ft2 High per m2 / ft2
LABOR COST FOR DRYING PROCESS High Medium Low
QUALITY CONTROL Unstable Unstable Best End-product because of detailed contro
SCALABILITY Poor and not flexible Poor and not flexible Full and flexible
INTERNAL TRANSPORT Multiple systems, inefficient Multiple systems, inefficient Efficient transport with forklift,
CURING AND DRYING Separate processes in separate rooms Separate processes in separate rooms Can be done in one room
DANGER OF CROSS CONTAMINATION Highest Medium Lowest
CLEAN ROOM Mediocre Good Best
AIRFLOW Minimal airflow Blowing horizontally over the product Airflow top-down throughout the product
FOOD-SAFETY Poor Mediocre Best
FILTERING Poor MERV-filters HEPA-filters
RISK OF MOLD, MILDEW, PESTS AND BACTERIA (AFTER HARVESTING) High Medium Zero (because of Nano filtering)
END-PRODUCT Unevenly dried end-product Unevenly dried end-product Evenly dried end-product
ANTI-STATIC No No Yes
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 Just after reading the first few aspects of Cannabis Drying methods compared, you can conclude that there is no doubt about which one of the compared drying methods you should use. The first two columns represent the traditional cannabis drying method by hang drying and drying in racks. The third is an innovative Top-Down method of Cannabis-drying.com. By using it, the quality of your final product is significantly improved and the cost of drying reduced.