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Affinor Growers files patent for modular nitrogen enriched drying & curing vessels

Stockhouse Editorial
1 Comment| June 24, 2021

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Affinor Growers Inc. (CSE.AFI, OTCQB: RSSFF, Forum) announced that it has filed for patent protection for newly designed modular, nitrogen enriched, drying and curing vessels.

The Company plans to utilize this mechanical and process design in all its cannabis craft grow operations. The company has plans to grow across Canada and globally.

Company CEO Nick Brusatore commented:

“With this system, buds drying at different rates and plants harvested on different days can be kept separate to avoid having evaporated moisture rehydrate drier batches. It has been known for a long time that the compartmentalization of small batch drying produces higher quality results. The programmed, fine-tuning of multiple dedicated drying vessels is critical for achieving terpene and moisture-content quality. This is a game changer for the cannabis craft grow industry.”


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FULL DISCLOSURE: Affinor Growers Inc. is a client of Stockhouse Publishing.


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