HempTrain™ Advanced Hemp Processing Plant Facility Tour | Operation Demo- LICENSING SEE WEBSITE

Take a peek inside CGT’s Calgary, AB HempTrain™ Advanced Processing Plant Production Facility. Join us on a tour of our commercial HempTrain™ facility for an in depth demonstration of how HempTrain™ operates from start to finish.

The HempTrain™ Advanced Processing Plant is the only hemp processing technology capable of separating whole-plant hemp feedstock into multiple high-value streams. A HempTrain™ can separate dry hemp feedstock into long, strong bast fiber, clean, size-specified hurd, and a nutrient rich green microfiber. Furthermore, it can process fresh/green hemp feedstock, separating and concentrating an Extraction-Ready Fraction for use as an CBD extraction feedstock.

Licenses are offered for production and distribution of HempTrain™. The life long, irrevocable license in North America, for a territory (state, country) with a population up to 20,000,000, is offered for a one-time, up-front $3.75M USD and includes supply of the first turn-key HempTrain™ (value $1.55M USD), full technology transfer, engineering training and on-going support. Each additional license for ANY territory world-wide will cost a one-time, up-front USD$1.75 M (HempTrain™ facility not included), if the additional territory is still “open” and the additional license is purchased within 2 years of purchasing the first, main License. There will be no royalty or alike whatsoever and no deferred payments. Licenses for territories outside of North America will be priced on the basis of their merits.

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*Certain types of feedstock with a higher content of bast fiber (greater than 15% w/w) and longer bast fiber in length (greater than 3ft), as well as certain bale configurations may significantly affect the throughput capacity. Feed rate and manner of loading may change significantly depending on feedstock.


  1. The hemptrain looks like a very useful plant for doing multiple purposes of processing the Fulham plan wondering if it’s food grade ready and how does it compare to global hemp solutions decorticated

  2. A very well produced video. Host was innocent enough to be trusted. Not the average Salesmen persona. Only ruff spot is, what is going on with wardrobe. Hes clothes look like they were pulled out of the clothes pile at mums house. We can only hope it was the clean pile A workman overalls, with a Co pocket logo, would be a better choice. The college kid look he's dressed in is not creating any customer trust. Great machine and I hope you sell a profitable number for all the company families. I buy hemp made products when I come across them. I hope this machine brings growth to the hemp production, all around the globe.

  3. uuuuhh i want to be a farmer so bad just to grow hemp for my self and i would sell alfalfa till hemp becomes mainstream hell id live in a tent for the time being till the crop was harvested then processed then i could practically build my own house at a fraction of the cost and other buildings for livestock plus provide feed and bedding, if only i had money to buy land and instead of machinery id rather go with horses if i went machinery route pff it would probably take at least 3 life times to pay all that and thats not including fuel,maintenance,parts repairs..etc oh and i live in chinada so also include heavy taxes

  4. This looks great! We would love to chat about this machine and its potential for scaling quickly while pairing with paper pulping machinery. Our Mission is to dramatically reduce America's CO2 emissions by replacing trees, Portland Cement, petrochemicals, cotton, and coal-based products with the highest quality processed hemp, and this machine seems to be a good fit for that Mission.

  5. Finally a Hemp video with comments on… This is a great video, simple to the point with no fakery. William Randolph Hearst must be rolling in his grave. How many acres per hour can this Decorticator HempTrain process? How many acres does it take to feed this amazing machine full time?

  6. Do you think it would be possible someday to have all of those machines loaded into containers so that they could be deployed locally? Or would it always be cheaper to chip the hemp hay bales to a manufacturing site somewhere

  7. I am blown away by this machine. Cheers to all who made this happen. We need to grow this industry, pun intended.

    The $$$ is using those raw materials, and creating a brand new industry or product, nobody else has.

  8. Wow, That's a clearly superior product! I need to learn more about hemp products, and especially building products such as lumber and sheathing to build a new home, Thank You C.G.T. ,

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