Rosin Pressing Tips

Nationwide Distributor Of Rosin Machines

RosinPressNY has been manufacturing rosin machines and rosin technology for years and understands how the process of pressing rosin works and how it can be improved. Rosin is an important product for many industries across the country. We have years of experience dealing with customers who use rosin on a regular basis and understand the ins and outs of the process. We strive for outstanding customer support and do so via communication. Based on our conversations with many of our customers we’ve collected a few important tips for getting the most out of pressing your buds!

1: Quality and Freshness Are Key

Common sense right?  We’ve spoken to many customers who were getting below average returns. Almost always it’s because they are squishing below average flowers. If you're looking for above average quality returns then you must start with above average buds.

Quality is also closely related to freshness, and you will often see your very best results when pressing flowers as soon after they are dried and cured. 

It is also very important to note that some strains and types of flowers do tend to yield better than others.  Basically, the biggest determination for yield, flavor, and quality is all based on how well the material was grown and how strong its genetics were in the first place.

2: Relative Humidity Is Critical For Yields

Another major factor that our customers have determined to be key is  the humidity and moisture content of your buds.  Varying the humidity of your flower  will make a massive difference for your rosin yields.

If your flower is very dry, it will act like a sponge and soak up much of the rosin before it has a chance to escape. When you press your flowers, always make sure the relative humidity content of your material is at least 55% to 62% for optimal results.

To increase the humidity levels of your buds, you can pick up pre-set humidity packs and store your flower along with the humidity packs overnight in sealed containers, bringing them up to the optimal humidity before squishing.