Cablevey - The Gentle Way to Convey
Cablevey - The Gentle Way to Convey

Hemp

The hemp market is a fast mover

Hemp is a fast-growing plant with a market potential growing at a pace to match and one which extends beyond its links to the cannabis industry. Each part of the hemp plant offers broad potential, from its roots to its leaves, flowers, and stalk. Hemp fiber, for example, can be utilized in products ranging from paper and plastics to skin care products, paint, and even furniture. There is huge market potential beyond its links to the cannabis industry. As individual states legalize different forms of marijuana, hemp production correspondingly is predicted to retain its current double-digit growth for the foreseeable future, with a CAGR of 16.8% through 2030.   

Clean and gentle transport preserves hemp seed quality

Hemp flower and seed processing require special treatment. Matured seeds have a crunchy outer shell removed during dehulling, with seeds either going into storage or undergoing further processing. Gentle conveying helps prevent product damage or loss for seeds as well as flowers. A tubular drag conveyor supplies a cost-effective, gentle transportation method that preserves hemp seed product integrity. As an enclosed system, a tubular conveyor system also drastically reduces the dust that accompanies any type of grain or seed processing for a cleaner, safer processing environment.

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Enclosed, sanitary, dust free environment

Enclosed tube conveyors improve plant safety and hygiene by drastically reducing dust while protecting against product contamination.

Low maintenance

Tubular drag style conveyors, designed to require simple pneumatic tensioning for the cables, require very little maintenance.

Low impact installation

The modular design lends the tubular drag conveyor immense flexibility and versatility for installation or upgrades as needed. Fits within floor space limitations, up (ascending) and down (descending) inclines or around corners (sweeps at 45, 60 and 90-degree angles).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can cable and tube industrial hemp conveyor systems move hurd, seed and bud form of hemp?

Yes. Our industrial hemp conveyors are designed to move materials in all forms.

Are cable & tube industrial hemp conveyors safe and sanitary?

Yes. The enclosed tube environment keeps your materials clean and safe while in transit. Enclosed tubes also serve to keep wastage low and your plant clean.

How are tube conveyors cleaned?

Wet, dry and in-line cleaning options are available. As part of our engineering and service process, we will work with you to specify the best cleaning solution for your needs and train you on how to use specified equipment.

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