Dabpress 6 Ton Personal Rosin Press

Personal Rosin Press Including 6-Ton Bottle Jack - 3x5" Heated Platens & Replaceable Bottle Jack Included - 500 Watts

Features:

  • Long Working Life Guaranteed - Durable frame made of H-shaped steel paired with a 6-ton bottle jack, spring installed into the steel frame away from the working area; easy to replace; Heating rods are up to 6,000 working lifetime.
  • Accurate Temp Detected - Anodized working surface ensures the best flavor and easy cleanup; Independent Heating rods & thermocouple guarantee an accurate temperature is delivered & detected.
  • Ideal Pressure for 3.5-14g Materials - 6-ton (12000 lbs total force) hydraulic bottle jack to deliver optimal pressure for non-solvent extraction; 2x3", 2x4",2.5x4.5" are the recommended size filters for use.
  • Heat Insulation Performance - Low heat transfer bamboo insulator guarantees quick heating-up and protects the bottle jack from overheating.
  • Easily Rebuild into New Press - Platens and temp control box can be easily removed from the unit then moved to the hydraulic shop press to rebuild a new rosin press.

 Specifications:

  • Temperature Range: 0-399F
  • Power: 500 Watts
  • Voltage: 110 Volts 
  • Total Weight: 40.8lbs
  • Package Dimension: 22" x 16.1" x 13.7"
  • Frame Dimension: (H) 47cm x (W) 28.5cm x (D) 18cm
  • PID Temp Controller Box Dimension: (H) 21.5cm x (W) 15cm x (D) 8.3cm
  • Pressing Area: 3" x 5"
  • Net Weight of Original Bottle Jack: 9.92lbs
  • Minimum Height of Original Bottle Jack: 8.5"
  • The diameter of Original Bottle Jack: 2.8"
  • Clearance between Upper and Bottom Platens: 35mm/1.37"

How to Avoid the Filter Bags from Blowing out?

  • Remove excess stems from flowers.
  • Use less material in your filter bag.
  • Preheating your material first to get it melty before you begin to apply pressure.
  • Apply the pressure more slowly.
Manual & Troubleshooting Includes:
  • How to choose filters and prepress molds.
  • The yields are not very good, why?
  • How to apply the pressure for optimal yield and quality?
  • How to begin extracting.
  • Important notice.
  • Troubleshooting.
  • Question and answer.

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