The first rosin press were hair straighteners with yields of only 5-10 percent. The industry has come a long way, and commercial products are light years ahead of such DIY alternatives.
Consistent Temperature Improves Final Product
The advanced technology utilized in MyPress has been a game-changer for consumers. Smooth, consistent, precise heat exchange remains a foundational principle in rosin extraction, and that requires a product that will not overexpose the flower or degrade the oil. These are some of the concerns associated with poor quality presses.
- Weak housing may bend or warp under the necessary high pressures.
- Uneven plates may cause lead to uneven heating and reduced/compromised production.
- Poorly crafted presses cause inconsistent results due to variables and factors that are uncontrolled for.
The consistent heat provided by MyPress’s Gen 2. Rosin Press is vital to extracting a quality result. For press users to gain the oil they desire, it’s imperative their device provides a high level of control. When extracting from flower, 220° F is the recommended temperature to press rosin for approximately 90 seconds.
Rosin Press Temperature Cool Down
MyPress offers a wide range of safety features that outpace others in the market, and it is designed to shut down after 45 minutes automatically in case you forget to power it down. The plates will generally reach room temperature within an hour after shutting down.
Purchase MyPress for Personal Rosin Pressing Today
Today, MyPress Solventless in Colorado offers professional-grade rosin presses for use at home that provides a consistent temperature designed to maximize your extraction results. While early efforts to pull oil from flower helped to inspire today’s technological advancements, the MyPress Gen 2. Rosin Press delivers exceptional heating efficiency.
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