Cannabis Laboratory Furniture and Equipment Supplier
Metal Lab Cabinets for Cannabis, CBD, & Hemp Testing Facilities
Whether it's best known as marijuana, pot, weed, and something else, the cannabis plant has created a very lucrative industry. Depending on your state, marijuana may be legally used for medical purposes, hemp production, or recreational consumption. PSA Laboratory Furniture provides stainless steel lab cabinets, counters, and fume hoods for cannabis labs all over the country.
Ask our experts to help you design a custom lab for:
- Medical marijuana research
- CBD oil extraction and purification
- Smoking or edible products
- Hashish harvesting
- Textile hemp production
Supplier of THC and CBD Testing Lab Furniture
Just like you know marijuana, at PSA we know labs. Our world-renowned designers are skilled at maximizing the space, utility and safety of laboratories for any purpose. After we come up with a plan for your lab, we will travel to you to bring the plans to life. While we're there, we can test and certify the lab and equipment.
Visit our lab design gallery to see our craftsmanship and the innovative designs we have come up with.
Sterile Stainless Steel Lab Casework for Medical Marijuana Research
All medical research facilities benefit from sterile and strong stainless steel lab furniture. Labs studying and producing medical marijuana should design a sterile lab with our durable stainless steel lab cabinets and counters.
Medical marijuana is legal in: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia (CBD oil >5% THC), Hawaii, Idaho (CBD oil 0% THC), Illinois, Indiana (CBD oil >0.3% THC), Iowa (Cannabis oil >3% THC), Kansas (CBD oil 0% THC), Kentucky (CBD oil only), Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi (CBD oil only), Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina (CBD oil only), North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina (Cannabis oil >0.9% THC), Tennessee (Cannabis oil >0.9% THC), Texas (CBD oil with >0.5% THC and >10% CBD), Utah, Vermont, Virginia (Cannabis oil >5% THC), Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin (CBD oil only), Wyoming (CBD oil only), and the District of Columbia.
Each state has different regulations regarding the growing and cultivation of marijuana for medical use. Check your state safety standards so you know what your lab needs to meet legal requirements.
Marijuana Growing and Distribution for Recreational Use
The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) makes the growth and distribution of marijuana very difficult even in states where it is legal. A top of the line cannabis laboratory can help your new business stay on the right side of the law by meeting all state standards for production.
Recreational cannabis can be used to create:
Make sure your lab is ready for production and contact PSA Laboratory Furniture for design specs.
States allowing recreational marijuana cultivation and distribution are Alaska, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
The requirements for marijuana labs are just as stringent as medical marijuana facilities. Check the legal recommendations to make sure your new lab is up to standard.
Outfitting Cannabis Lab Safety Equipment
Make sure your cannabis lab operates safely with the following equipment:
As more states move toward legalizing medical or recreational marijuana use, now is the perfect time to get into the industry. Develop your laboratory with the award-winning lab designers of PSA.
Contact PSA Laboratory Furniture to design a legal cannabis lab in the United States.
How to Start a Cannabis Testing Laboratory
1. Understand the Cannabis Laws.
The laws governing Cannabis have a significant variance from state to state. You will find some states enforce many more regulations and penalties than others. In some states, specific licenses are required to grow, test, and sell Cannabis products. Failing to follow your state's Cannabis laws can result in heavy fines, seizure of property, and more.
2. Hire qualified professionals.
For an efficient and effective Cannabis laboratory, hiring qualified staff is essential. Having experienced professionals who are familiar with the industry improves lab safety and lowers the risk of accidentally breaking your state's Cannabis laws. With how new the Cannabis industry is, experience is one of the rarest and most valuable assets you can have.
3. Use the best lab equipment.
Cannabis labs rely on using state-of-the-art equipment to carry out marijuana testing. Some common instruments in modern Cannabis labs include:
- Gas Chromatography - Determines cannabinoid classifications and THC potency. Also detects the presence of residual solvents.
- Liquid Chromatography - Provides potency readings, capable of measuring levels of THC, THCA, CBD, CDBA, and CBN.
- Mass Spectrometry - Used to detect toxins like pesticides and other chemicals.
4. Design and build a legal lab space.
Cannabis laws in most states will also restrict where you can legally establish a Cannabis lab, and what systems you must have in place. In most states, Cannabis lab requirements include:
- Working Area - Quality laboratory furniture such as workbenches, tables, sinks, etc.
- Ventilation - Effective fume hoods.
- Storage - Odor-containing cabinets and casework (and adequate space).
- Safety - Eyewash stations, emergency showers, gas alarms, fire alarms, etc.
Cannabis Lab Design & Installation from PSA
At PSA, we can design and install legal Cannabis testing laboratories that comply with all state laws. While working with us, you will have one project manager to serve as your point of contact. This means no confusion, effective communication, and an efficient lab design process. We can also provide turnkey laboratory installation so your Cannabis lab is ready for operation before we leave. With so many laws and regulations to follow, our experienced Cannabis lab designers can help ensure you're set up for success.
Other industries we work with:
Cannabis research and manufacturing lab design anywhere in the U.S
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington DC
- West Virginia