The Rosineer PRESSO PRO electric heat press is your go-to machine if you're seeking a powerful and user friendly solution for all of your pressing needs. Boasting 2000 lbs force, double-heated plates that are slightly larger than those on the manual model, as well as effortless digital controls - plus it's just as easy to use at home or professionally! Plus with our two versions available - 110v & 220V compatible across North America and Europe respectively – be sure keep this store favorite close by in childproof areas. Don't miss out on experiencing luxury convenience when using PRESOO PRO’s accompanying AC power cord, guidebook instructions complete with temperature range up to 302°F/150°C along with 120W current rating capabilities. Shop today before supplies run out!
Rosineer PRESSO PRO is available in two versions: 110V for North American and 220V for European and Australian customers.
- Maximum force: 2000 lbs
- Heating plate size: 2.36" x 3.54" / 60 x 90 mm
- Heating plate thickness: 0.5" / 12 mm
- Temperature range: Up to 302 °F / 150 °C
- Power: 120 W
- Current: 1.2 A / 0.6 A
- Voltage: 110V / 220V
- Product Weight: 15.6 lbs / 7.1 kg
- Dimensions: 6.5 x 7.3 x 10.8 inch / 16.5 x 18.5 x 27.4 cm
- Package Weight: 23 lbs / 10.45 kg
- Package Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 15 inch / 23 x 23 x 38 cm
- Limited Warranty: 2-Year
What are the recommended press settings?
For Cold Pressing: 160°F - 190°F, for 1 to 5 minutes or longer. Cold pressing produces terpene-rich rosin but with a sacrifice in yield.
For Hot Pressing: 190°F - 225°F, for 40 seconds to 3 minutes. The hotter you press, the higher yield you’ll get, but the high temperature causes a drop in rosin quality.
Flowers can be pressed at 190°F - 225°F for 30 - 180 seconds.
Refined precursors such as hash, kief, dry sift are usually pressed at 165°F - 195°F for 60 - 130 seconds.
What filter bags should I use?
We carry three mesh sizes: 25, 100, and 160 microns. 25 micron bags are best used with fine grain materials such as kief, bubble hash, and dry sift. 100 micron bags give the best filtration and highest quality output for flower rosin, but you may see some reduction in yield. 160 micron filters are usually the optimal type of bags for flowers; they result in good yield and quality rosin.