Drying Cabinet

Frontview drying cabinet

A Drying Cabinet is used to dry low volumes of cannabis buds of around 7 kg / 15 lbs. a week.

  • Temperature and humidity is controlled with the ABC-processor.
  • The amount of airflow can be easily set.

It is possible to control the drying cabinet with a control panel on the drying cabinet or with the ABC software on your phone, tablet or computer. 

The drying cabinet offers space to 1 sandwich unit. 

For medical and recreational cannabis. 

The drying cabinet can be used for curing as well.

Components of a full drying cabinet:

A: 36 Canna-trays

B: 2 HEPA-filters

C: 2 filter pads

D1:   First Ventilator

D2:   Second Ventilator

E: Adsorption dryer

F: Cooling unit

G: Stainless steel door

H: Stainless steel panels

I: ABC-software on a tablet 

Transparent view of the drying cabinet

How is the drying cabinet used?

  • 2 piles of Canna-trays are placed on the HEPA filter & filter pad.
  • When the piles are full, a HEPA-filter is placed on the 2 piles of Canna-trays.
  • The drying process is activated and managed on the ABC-software of the remote device.

Sandwich unit in drying cabinet

Closed drying cabinet

Drying cabinet – Details of how it works:

  • The first ventilator (D1) sucks the process air (1) through the set of Canna-trays (A) and filters (B&C).
  • The air (2) dries the cannabis by adsorbing moisture from the cannabis.
  • A part of this air (3) will circulate and enter the Canna-trays (A) again.
  • Another part of the air (4) goes through the adsorption dryer (E) where the air heats up and water gets adsorbed from the air.
  • The air from the adsorption dryer (5) mixes with the circulating process air (3).
  • A part of this blended air (6) gets sucked through the cooling unit (F) by the second ventilator(D2) where the air is brought to the desired temperature again.
  • The dried air (7) mixes with the circulating process air (3) and goes through the cannabis again.

Transparent view of the drying cabinet

ABC-processor for the drying cabinet:

  • As air is extracted top-down through the product, the desired airflow is controlled by adjusting the RPM of the ventilators.
  • 2 sensors to measure temperature and relative humidity. The first sensor measures the ingoing air, the second sensor measures the outgoing air.

An ABC controller page of a drying cabinet