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TheBOX® utilizes PuroGen’s proprietary low temperature sterilization and vacuum chamber technologies to create a system capable of safely sterilizing bulk cannabis flower.

With configurable cycles, chamber sizes, accessories and optional features, we can adapt to demanding production environments and processes

The Purification Process



Reactive Oxygen Sterilant Exposure or Bio-decontamination

Bio-decontamination Phases consists of two distinctive steps: (1) Conditioning Step: where Reactive Oxygen sterilant concentration is brought to the desired level. (2) Exposure Step: where desired sterilant vapor concentration is maintained for a required period of time. Sterilant vapor from a vaporizer is circulated inside chamber. Vaporizer flash vaporizes aqueous hydrogen peroxide solution and disperses it to airstream in a controlled manner. This step is used to increase concentration inside enclosure as quickly as possible to a level slightly below point of saturation. Concentration is gradually increased inside chamber until correct level has been reached.



Exposure bio-decontamination step begins when optimal Reactive Oxygen vapor concentration inside the chamber has been reached. Exposure step holds a concentration inside enclosure just under the saturation point until the desired level of bioburden reduction has been achieved. Exact exposure time depends on process type.



During this phase, the load is aerated by circulating air and Reactive Oxygen vapor through the chamber to remove vapor from the load prior to cycle end. Vapor is converted into water and oxygen molecules by using a built-in catalytic converter system. Safe opening of chamber door is ensured by both time limitation (before opening door is possible) and concentration measurement.


An Organic Sterilization Process

Byproducts consist of water and oxygen and therefore is considered an organic sterilization process.


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