First-of-its-kind Post-Harvest Processing System Revealed by GreenBroz

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GreenBroz Inc., has recently announced their latest cannabis processing addition: the Rise-N-Sort System.

GreenBroz Inc., a Las Vegas, Nevada-based developer of cannabis post-harvest processing technology, recently revealed their latest addition: the Rise-N-Sort System (1). This reportedly first-of-its-kind fully integrated device combines the company’s Rise Conveyor, Precision Sorter, and Sorter Table to precisely consolidate the segregation and movement of product into different size groups (2). The Rise-N-Sort System has a processing rate of 6 pounds per minute, beating the rate of 2 pounds per hour when processed by hand.

"Our offerings are more than just solutions; they're a growth plan for our clients," said Cullen Raichart, Founder and CEO of GreenBroz Inc. (2). "We are beyond excited to provide a purpose-built, industry-born solution that retains the quality of the product by protecting the delicate trichomes, while also increasing throughput significantly.”


The new system reportedly operates without vibration and is manufactured with food-grade stainless steel, surgical, polyurethane, and ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMW), guaranteeing the product remains as fresh-off-the-stem as possible. Human touchpoints have been minimized, alleviating contamination risk, and solidifying end product consistency.

Key system features include:

  • Digital HMI touch screen allows speed control for feeding and sorting.
  • Constructed using food-grade materials.
  • Entire system is washdown-ready, including the motors.
  • All components can be made compatible with international power requirements.

The Rise-N-Sort System is modular and able to be combined with the GreenBroz Model M Dry Trimmer to create a complete end-to-end solution. As a joint unit, it would have the ability to take raw product all the way from trimming to ready for packaging.

"The elegant design and efficiency we're able to offer with this system is a direct result of the creativity and dedication of our engineering team and would not have been possible without our state-of-the-art, in-house design lab with complete rapid prototyping capabilities," said Kevin Bower, GreenBroz Lead Engineer (2).