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UL/ULc Certified Modular Rooms & Pods

We build classified C1D1 / C1D2 extraction booths and non classified processing labs.

We also build everything in a shipping container based pod version.

Engineered for Safety. Designed for Success. Certified by UL.

Podtronix extraction labs come in standard sizes or custom designed to fit almost any facility layout. Our product line is constructed adhering to the highest standards of safety and quality, and certified through extensive third-party testing.

Our Products

Podtronix Build in Place

Prefab/Modular

Our modular pre-fabricated enclosures are the perfect solution to meet your indoor C1D1 facility needs. These customizable panel-based enclosures come with nearly all the components you’ll need to have your C1D1 enclosure ready for extraction.

Podtronix C1D1 Pod

Pods

C1D1 Extraction PODs provide a convenient solution for indoor or outdoor needs. Constructed out of 14-gauge steel, these durable extraction enclosures provide a solution for immediate space constraints, while being designed to work with you for many years to come.

PodTronix Facility Build-Out Exterior

Facility Build-Outs

Prefabricated modular enclosures can be a time-saving and cost-effective alternative to hiring a general contractor and navigating the permit process. See our testimonials to find out how we’ve helped clients achieve their goals.

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Our Certifications

All PodTronix products have been thoroughly reviewed and tested, and have been awarded the following certifications:

  • Underwriters Laboratories (UL, ULc – 1389)
  • PSI – Peer Reviewed
  • PRV – Peer Reviewed
Podtronix Certifications

Our Standards

All of our products meet or exceed the following national safety and fire standards:

  • International Fire Code (IFC)
  • California Fire Code (CFC)
  • National Fire Protection Assn. Code 1  (NFPA 1)
  • National Fire Protection Assn. Code 33 (NFPA 33)
  • National Fire Protection Assn. Code 70 (NFPA 70)
  • International Mechanical Code (IMC)
  • Occupational Safety Hazards Assn. (OSHA)
Podtronix Compliance

Enhanced Safety

For cannabis, hemp, and many other flora derived products, there are several methods for extracting oil, with most involving the use of flammable solvents. For this reason, the extraction process can pose significant health and safety hazards to your personnel. As a result, plant oil extraction operations may be subjected to a higher level of scrutiny by local Building and Fire inspectors.

At Podtronix, your safety is our highest priority. Our well-designed extraction enclosures include controlled ventilation, early-detection warning systems that respond automatically, and various code-compliant electrical fixtures and fittings. These are necessary measures, designed to minimize the potential for hazardous conditions to occur, while maximizing personnel safety during the entire production cycle.

Our team will work with you to determine the applicable Class, Division and Zone requirements for your operation and local regulations unique to your jurisdiction. At Podtronix, we understand how to design and build code compliant extraction labs, and how keep your personnel and business safe.

C1D1 vs. C1D2 – What are the Differences?

North American classifications are broken down into classes, divisions, groups, and temperature codes.

Class I, Division 1 – Locations or zones where flammable gases may exist under normal operating conditions and during maintenance or repair events.

Class I, Division 2 – Locations or zones where flammable may exist under accidental or unusual conditions in close proximity to Class I, Division I locations.

Classifications

Class 1 – Flammable vapors or gases; further divided into Groups A-D.

Class 2 – Combustible or electrically conductive dust is present; further divided into Groups E-G.

Class 3 – Fibers and flyings; this is a singular designation and is not subdivided into Groups.

Divisions

The divisions define when hazards are likely to be present:

Division 1 – Hazardous materials are present during normal operating conditions, and hazardous conditions are expected to exist all or most of the time.

Division 2 – Hazardous materials are present in abnormal conditions, such as system or container failures, leaks or ruptures. Hazardous conditions are not expected to always exist, only under unusual conditions.

Testimonials

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Our Design Process

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Design Consultation & Facility Evaluation

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3D Modeling & Engineering

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Manufacturing & Crate for Shipping

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Deliver, Install & Commission System

Podtronix Has Completed Installations Across the US and Canada

Installation Locations

Note: Since cannabis in ANY form is illegal at the federal level, each state has established it’s own cannabis policy. This map shows each state’s general policy as of 7-25-2022. Cannabis laws are constantly changing, and may be different than this map shows. Check your state’s legal policy to determine if your state has legalized cannabis, and to what degree. Source: www.disa.com

Podtronix Has Completed Installations Across the US and Canada

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Philadelphia, PA

Hazel Park, MI

Earleville, MD

Warren, MI

Keego Harbor, MI

Traverse, MI

Manistee, MI

Vassar, MI

Bay City, MI

Chesaning, MI

Corunna, MI

Eaton Rapids, MI

Battle Creek, MI

Kalamazoo, MI

New Buffalo, MI

Chicago, IL

Hoffman Estates, IL

Cary, IL

Grafton, WI

Lively, ON

Burlington, ON

Toronto, ON

Richmond Hill, ON

Providence, RI

Eustis, FL

Ocala, FL

Kauai, HI

Dorado, PR

Palmer, AK

Santa Rosa, CA

Sacramento, CA

San Francisco, CA

San Jose, CA

Alameda, CA

Oakland, CA

Gilroy, CA

Hollister, CA

Lompoc, CA

Buellton, CA

Ojai, CA

Ventura, CA

Camarillo, CA

Culver City, CA

Los Angeles, CA

Cudahy, CA

Long Beach, CA

Bellflower, CA

Santa Ana, CA

San Jaun Capistrano, CA

Lancaster, CA

Adelanto, CA

Apple Valley, CA

Anderson, CA

Fresno, CA

Palm Desert, CA

White City, OR

Gervais, OR

Maltby, WA

Las Vegas, NV

West Valley City, UT

Idaho Falls, ID

Belgrade, MT

Dickinson, ND

Berthoud, CO

Denver, CO

Centennial, CO

Ordway, CO

Fort Mojave, AZ

Chino Valley, AZ

Scottdale, AZ

Phoenix, AZ

Gilbert, AZ

Casa Grande, AZ

Tucson, AZ

Amado, AZ

Austin, TX

Hollis, OK

Lawton, OK

Big Cabin, OK

Wellington, KS

Middleton, VT

East Wareham, MA

Northampton, MA

Berwick, ME

Lawrence, KS

Springfield, MO

Macon, MO

Crandon, WI

St. Paul, MN

Minneapolis, MN

Little Rock, AR

Fort Smith, AR

Springfield, TN

Nashville, TN

Franklin, KY

Lexington, KY

Seabrook Island, SC

Hilton Head Island, SC

Note: Since cannabis in ANY form is illegal at the federal level, each state has established it’s own cannabis policy. This map shows each state’s general policy as of 7-25-2022. Cannabis laws are constantly changing, and may be different than this map shows. Check your state’s legal policy to determine if your state has legalized cannabis, and to what degree. Source: www.disa.com

Engineered for Safety. Designed for Success. Certified by UL.

Trust in Podtronix – Expertly Manufactured Labs and Products.