After a long debate, the state Supreme Court ultimately ruled that extracts fall under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act and are, therefore, officially legal. While this decision was a long time coming, Linked Equipment is already looking ahead to new regulations to improve the safety of extract manufacturing. The volatile gases and chemicals involved in the extraction process emphasize the importance of compliance with proper sensors and emergency procedures. With safety always a priority in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of Intermodular Steel Building Units (ISBU), Linked Equipment welcomes the additional scrutiny.
“We have been designing and building Compliant Labs in many states since 2014,” said Mark Pike, Linked Equipments President. “This ruling should have manufacturing companies coming to us for help in designing and building compliant laboratories for marijuana extracts here in Arizona.” Linked Equipment specializes in a wide range of prefab, modular facilities custom-engineered specifically for the unique requirements of the cannabis industry, including portable, expandable, plug-and-play C1D1 extraction buildings, laboratories, grow pods, vaults, and more.