In this video you will see the progress over the last year at Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC, from planting the first kenaf crops to the harvest. Last year 150 acres were planted, this year 400 acres are being planted. This is over a 160% increase from last year. You will also see some of the […]
Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) was featured on the Uptick radio show with Everett Jolly. In the interview he gives an update on the progress of its multi-purpose industrial hemp decortication plant in Spring Hope, NC, the only one of this magnitude in the U.S.
The plant is ramping up towards production of the first products. In fact, because of the inventory of kenaf warehoused in the decortication plant, sales are already underway. Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC (wholly owned subsidiary of Hemp, Inc.) is currently bagging SpillSuck 25 lb. bags and actively making sales. In the recent press release, Hemp, Inc. announced a sale for raw kenaf. DrillWall is another product that will soon be ready for sales.
Bruce also discusses the role the decortication plant plays in the fiber space for large manufacturers who are starting to use hemp. He also talks about the industry and the huge amounts of money involved in the industrial hemp space.
Hemp, Inc. reports more progress at Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC. with the installation of the large truck scale. This scale will be used in transporting the industrial hemp products to their destinations as well as receiving shipments of hemp fiber, hemp seeds, or other materials used in the plant.
Hemp, Inc. continues the progress at the plant in Spring Hope, N.C. We continue working each day to accomplish more towards the completion of the plant. The electrical wiring of the 10,000 connections continues.
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Hemp Inc. had to wait a few weeks wait for the weather to cooperate to complete the installation of the silo. Because of all the rain, we had to wait to pour the concrete. It needs to be thick to support the silo weight itself and the weight when it’s full of hemp and kenaf. The concrete finally cured enough to install the silo. This is another milestone for the Hemp Inc. decortication plant.
Twenty-eight states have passed legislation in favor of industrial hemp. As more states catch on to the industrial hemp movement, opportunities increase for Hemp, Inc. and farmers. We have the only large-scale, commercial decortication facility in the U.S. Hemp Inc. is also developing and will manufacture an arsenal of portable decorticators.
Hemp, Inc.’s portable decorticators will help farmers process their hemp fiber on location without having to ship the hemp stalks to our decortication facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina.
This creates additional revenue streams not only for Hemp, Inc. but also for the farmers. Farmers in any state, that interested in Hemp, Inc.’s portable decorticator machines can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
David Schmitt, COO of Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC (wholly owned subsidiary of Hemp, Inc.), which is home to the industrial hemp processing facility, said the Temafa decortication line and mill will be up and running soon.
This is the new video update on the decortication plant in North Carolina that will soon be processing the kenaf fields we just harvested. We know you have waited anxiously, but we have been hard at work as you will see.
We show you the birdseye view of the kenaf fields being harvested. After that the stalks are left to “rett” in the field to separate the outer “bast” fiber from the core. Then it will be ready for decortication and processing into industrial products. The first products we will produce are DrillWall Loss Circulation Material (LCM) and SpillSuck, an absorbent oil spill cleanup material.
The video shows the completed compressor lines and the extensive electrical “brains” of the Temafa decortication plant that is close to completion.
We also just had a break in the weather so we could pour the cement slab for the silo that will house the fiber we process.
You will get to see the portable decortication prototype we are developing. This will allow farmers to process the stalks right in the fields. Look closely at who is feeding the kenaf into the decorticator! It’s our fearless leader Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp Inc.
The Hemp, Inc. December Video Update is here. It’s exciting to see the progress being made with the industrial hemp processing plant.
As things move along, we aim to keep you updated with the activity in the plans. This is an update of what is happening on the inside of the plant and the outside development of the plant.
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It’s just a matter of time now before industrial hemp is legal federally in the U.S. This news report shows the handwriting on the wall. Hemp, Inc.’s decision to purchase, disassembled, move and reassemble the largest hemp processing facility in all of North America was very well timed.
This new report discussed why hemp is illegal to grow still in America, while marijuana is legal in many states today. The report gives resources on how to support the bills to legalize hemp in the U.S.