How Pressing Rosin Works
When purchasing a new personal or commercial rosin press machine, it is necessary to know how to use your rosin technology equipment. Although the process and solventless oil extraction is simple, you must make sure you are precise with your measurements, heat levels and timing.
Here is a quick step-by-step process on how pressing rosin works:
- The first part of the process is to make sure your flower material is broken down into small increments. After cutting your parchment paper , you must make sure to preheat your rosin press. The lower the temperature, the more flavor and stability of your rosin. The higher the temperature, the less flavor and stability. However, higher temperatures tend to produce more rosin per use.
- Next, wrap your flowers in the parchment paper you cut up and place it in the center of the flat platform on your machine. Make sure you press firmly for 4-6 seconds of pressure. You should begin to see the solvent-less oil you are extracting begin to form.
- After making sure the machine is cool enough to touch, remove your parchment paper from the press and carefully unfold it to reveal your rosin. Gently remove or scratch the rosin off of the paper and you are all set.
There are a few different applications across various industries that use a rosin press machine. So before purchasing a new machine, make sure you fully understand how you are going to use it. That way, you get maximum efficiency out of your machine, as well as save money and time by not need repairs or asking questions about how it works. If you do have any questions, though, the expert staff at Rosin Press NY understands the ins and outs of pressing rosin and will gladly assist you in any needs concerning rosin equipment and its process. Due to our years of experience, we have rosin pressing tips to help you get the best results possible.
RosinPressNY has years of experience providing customers with the best rosin products on the market. If you have questions about how pressing rosin is performed or about other rosin technology equipment, please contact us today. The number to call is: (516) 531-3344. We look forward to helping you with any issues or concerns you may be having at the moment.