- Heat Press Style: Flat press with mug press
- Non-Stick Coated Heat Plates
- Even-Heat and pressure Die-casting Heat Platen
- Digital timer and temperature control
- Heat resistant silicon pad capable of enduring high temperatures.CE Approved
- Voltage: 110V/220V
- Temperature Range: 0° – 415º F
- Rugged and durable for years of trouble-free performance
- Thick items capable (up to 1/2 inch thick)
- Microprocessor precision heat and temperature gauge
- Scratch-resistant baked-on paint
- Full range heating coils for quick heat up
- Heat indicating light
- Electronic time control indicates completion of the heat press cycle
- Different plug outlet options (USA, EU, AU, UK, etc) and Voltage options for different countries (120v-240v) We will base it on the country of origin unless specified.
What is rosin and how it is produced?
Rosin is a concentrated extract of a plant that is produced by applying heat and pressure to the plant parts (usually flowers or hash and kief) to squeeze out a translucent, sappy substance.
What do I need to start making rosin?
You need a rosin press, a parchment paper sheet, a collection tool, and your precursor. Additional items that you may want to use when pressing rosin are filter bags, pre-press molds, non-stick mats, etc.
How do I make rosin?
- Prepare your plant material. Make sure it is kept at the optimal 62% humidity.
- Place the plant in a folded parchment paper sheet.
- Turn on your press machine and set your desired temperature and timer.
- When the press plates reach the right temperature, place the parchment paper with your plant material on the bottom plate and operate the machine accordingly.
- When done, remove the parchment paper, get rid of the pressed plant parts, and gather rosin using your collection tool.
What are the recommended press settings?
- For Cold Pressing: 160°F – 190°F, for 1 to 5 minutes or longer. Cold pressing produces terpene-rich rosin but with a sacrifice in yield.
- For Hot Pressing: 190°F – 225°F, for 40 seconds to 3 minutes. The hotter you press, the higher yield you’ll get, but the high temperature causes a drop in rosin quality.
- Flowers can be pressed at 190°F – 225°F for 30 – 180 seconds.
- Refined precursors such as hash, kief, dry sift are usually pressed at 165°F – 195°F for 60 – 130 seconds.
What filter bags should I use?
- 120-micron – Flower and trim rosin at excellent yield with good quality
- 90-micron – Flower and trim rosin at great yield with great quality
- 72-micron – Flower and trim rosin at good yield with excellent quality
- 72-micron – Kief and bubble hash at excellent yield with good quality
- 36 micron – Flower at decent yield with the best possible quality
- 36-micron – Kief and bubble hash at good yield with excellent quality
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