PureHemp has secured global technology licensing rights to convert industrial hemp into hemp-based products. PureVision Technology, Inc. (“PureVision”) based in Ft. Lupton, Colorado, has developed and patented the continuous countercurrent reactor (CCR) technology that rapidly converts non-food biomass such as corn stover, wheat straw, grasses, wood and hemp stalks into biobased products. PureHemp has demonstrated the unique capabilities of the CCR technology that deconstructs hemp into its fundamental components that then become intermediate materials including:
Assisting the PureHemp management team are a number of skilled employees, consultants and strategic partners along with three advisory boards. The PureHemp Business and Technical Advisory Boards were established in early 2015, followed by the Wellness Advisory Board, with an emphasis on advancing cannabinoid-related initiatives.
PureHemp will continue to work with farmers and farming communities. With dwindling water supplies and continuing drought throughout much of the world, traditional irrigation practices are now changing in many areas. The versatile hemp plant offers an alternative to fertilizer- and pesticide-dependent crops with high water demands. Hemp refineries will pay farmers to cultivate hemp to sell to the PureHemp refinery.
PureHemp is on the ground floor of the renewed U.S. hemp-refining industry. PureHemp plans to benefit from this new opportunity, not only by becoming an important link in the emerging value chain from farmer to consumers, but also by:
- Partnering with other hemp-inspired technology and development companies
- Providing thresher services and decortication equipment to the hemp community
- Providing technology licensing packages to project developers and entrepreneurs
- Actively participating and educating others in the hemp communities
- Pushing the boundaries of what can be produced from the versatile hemp plant