Hemp Drying

Drying technique is often the single greatest determinant of end-product quality. Over-dried product will have low yield and under-dried product will mold. By controlling how varying strains and harvests enter the dryer, how they act within that dryer, and how they exit, we help growers consistently achieve the potency and vibrancy buyers want. We provide industry-best solutions, turn-key integration, and 24/7 service.

Hemp Dryers

ABM’s circular fluid beds are the best solution for shredded hemp on the market. Using vibration and evenly-distributed airflow to suspend and fluidize hemp like ping-pongs ball over an airstream, heat is used as an aid rather than a primary driver of evaporation. This produces high yields and protects hemp’s natural green color. Single-stage systems dry up to 1,000 lbs/hr and dual stage up to 3,000 lbs/hr.

Cannabis Dryers

Microwave dryers’ air-tight vessels and temperature control are suitable for all forms of cannabis. They can be used to decarb pellets and gently dry pre-roll material because the specialized mixing paddles cause minimal product damage. System sizes are available from 60 to 400 cubic foot volumes for R&D and full production systems alike.

  • CBD Retention (~90.5%) 90.5% 90.5%
  • Throughput (Up to 3k lbs/hr)
  • Affordability (Based On Complete System) 90% 90%
  • CBD Retention (~96.5%) 96.5% 96.5%
  • Throughput (Up to 1000 lbs/hr) 30% 30%
  • Affordability (Based On Complete System) 50% 50%

Hemp Dryers

ABM’s circular fluid beds are the best solution for shredded biomass on the market. Using vibration and evenly-distributed airflow to suspend and fluidize hemp like ping-pongs ball over an airstream, heat is used as an aid rather than a primary driver of evaporation. This produces high yields and protects hemp’s natural green color. Single-stage systems dry up to 1,000 lbs/hr and dual stage up to 3,000 lbs/hr.

  • CBD Retention (~90.5%) 90.5% 90.5%
  • Throughput (Up to 8k lbs/hr)
  • Affordability (Based On Complete System) 90% 90%

Cannabis Dryers

Microwave dryers’ air-tight vessels and temperature control are suitable for all forms of cannabis. They can be used to decarb pellets, extract terpenes, and gently dry pre-roll material because the specialized mixing paddles cause minimal product damage. System sizes are available from 60 to 400 cubic foot volumes for R&D and full production systems alike.

  • CBD Retention (~96.5%) 96.5% 96.5%
  • Throughput (Up to 1000 lbs/hr) 12.5% 12.5%
  • Affordability (Based On Complete System) 50% 50%

Complete Systems

ABM delivers high-performing, turn-key systems that maximize spacial, budgetary, and legislative allowances. From stocky bushes to 8-ft trees, from cold and wet seasons to hot and dry, we deliver systems meant to perform under the variances you encounter season-to-season. We work with your team to create a system that maximizes your capabilites and support it throughout its lifetime.

Hemp Drying System

Hollymatic Parts

As Hollymatic’s distributor, ABM handles parts ordering for the entire line of Hollymatic equipment including pattymakers, mixer/grinders, saws, vacuum packers, and ancillary equipment and accessories.
All parts are authentic and ship directly from Hollymatic’s warehouse, where all parts are kept in stock regardless of equipment popularity. Occasionally there is an unexpected run on a particular unit, creating an inventory gap, but these instances are not common.

We provide fast, responsive parts ordering and can generally ship next-day air if order is completed by 1 pm, PST/DT.

As with everything here at ABM, we service what we sell. For repairs or inspections, fill out the form below or give us a call. We are available 24/7 for emergency work stoppages and can often have a technician on-site within 24 hours depending on location and availability. For scheduled maintenance on your equipment, Hollymatic or otherwise, we also provide maintenance contracts to protect against future down-times.

Process Controls

• Emergency Stop (E-stop) and Main power disconnect.
• NEMA 12 Free Standing Motor Control Enclosure.
• 480V/3 Phase/60 Hz.
• Includes burner PID controls.
• Flame safeguard controls.
• Digital Temperature read-outs for the inlet and outlet air streams.
• Motor Starters for:
o Qty 2 – 5 HP w/ VFDs
o Qty 2 – 15 HP
o Qty 3 – 3 HP w/VFDs
o Qty 1 – 0.5 HP w/ VFD
o Qty 2 – 2 HP
o Qty 2– 7.5 HP motors
• Includes 120VAC and 24VDC power supplies and power distribution.

Dual Rotary Screener

Lightly used rotary screener (also called a centrifugal sifteer) with less than 40 hours of use.

Weighbelt

Very lightly used Thayer MWF-OS-24 weigh belt feeder originally specified for undried cut hemp at 20,000lbs/hr at 35lbs/ft3 bulk density.
24″ W
Stainless frame and contact surfaces with 2B finish

Stainless Conveyor Belting

75′ 10″ long, 24″ wide, 4.5″ inside turn radius. Extremely durable and flexible with a high strength-to-weight ratio, this stainless belt is ideal for sanitary/washdown applications. No defects, minor rust spots need brushed out. Click here for video of full length of belt.

Bulk Bag Filler

Very lightly used Taylor IBC 3000 bulk bag filler from the hemp industry with optional 10″ Salina knife gate and load cell or NTEP package.

Stainless Steel Grist Case

450 cubic foot 304 stainless grist case with 2B outer finish and sanitary interior finish. 10 gauge cone bottom, 26″ x 26″ bolted access cover, with 4 heavy duty lifting eyes. Carries up to 3,172 Gal of liquid and 11,436 lbs. of dry bulk solids.

ACTECH Trough Conveyors

3 lightly used trough conveyors from the hemp industry, all 36″ W with walls at inlet of conveyor. All 2 ply 220 belting with vulcanized splices, designed for about 20,000 lbs./hr. @ 60 ft./min. Conveyor 1 is 50′ long with a 3HP motor, conveyor 2 is 40′ long, also with a 3 HP motor, and conveyor 3 is 15′ long with a 1 HP motor. All ship from Vancouver, WA.

40+ Years' Experience

ABM Equipment has been optimizing & integrating bulk biomass processing systems for over 40 years. ABM has implemented and researched bulk drying & handling solutions for producers and co-ops in the hemp space since legalization.