Rosin technology is an innovative emerging technique that, unlike other resin extracting technologies, produces solvent-free cannabis concentrate, not compromising on quality.
Organic, solvent free cannabis oil rich in terpenes and flavor.
How does it work?
You need only three components to produce rosin (extract concentrate from your flowers or hash) using a rosin press: heat, pressure and time. No need for solvents or heavy equipment. The rosin press machine has evolved dynamically lately, allowing users to balance the above-mentioned components to create a superior quality product.
Balance is the key
Rosin press technology is able to produce controlled levels of heat and pressure to extract rosin of exceptional quality. Too much heat in the extraction process would degrade terpenes and cannabinoids in your final product. To be able to reduce heat, higher pressure must be applied. To make a long story short: an effective rosin press combines the right amount of pressure with the lowest possible heat level to minimize degradation and keep the original terpene profile of your product.
A bit of history
Did you know that the first ever rosin press tool was as simple as a standard heir straightener? It worked but was far from being efficient enough. Rosin press innovators and solventless extract lovers came with another solution: a modified hat press. It was much better at providing enough pressure to bring temperatures down enough to preserve terpenes.
The next successor, a pneumatic press is the king of the today’s market. It is super efficient in extracting delicious rich extracts in a very short time, from both flowers and solventless hash varieties as rosin precursors.
Hydraulic Rosin Press is a good option if you want to produce higher quantities of extract at once. Modified hydraulic presses are quite easy to assemble and all components can be found online easily.
Do you want to try it by yourself?
can find everything you need to become a rosin press master here.
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