Got some ethos Runtz and a bit of the crushed velvet left so I ran through dry sift. I got the rosin industries pollen 500 and run the material while in my -60F freezer. Worked great. It produced a ton. The first was lighter as expected but the 2nd roll wasn’t as bad as I thought.
I ordered some 37uf bags going to try some rosin jam/jar tech.
I plan to run 25 grams hash per squish up to 2000 psig at 210F
Place in mason jar then cap and place in oven at 225F 30 minutes or so.
Pull from oven then place on a heat mat at 100F. Think maybe place a few jars in oven at 100F also.
Watch and wait for the magic to happen.
If you have experience with this process would like some feedback.
Couple questions, why are you planning to decarb your rosin? Is it for edibles? Also why are you pressing at 2000psi? That will blow out any bag I’ve ever worked with and also diminish the quality because the rosin flow will be restricted.
750 to 850 psi usually gets the best results for most presses. It can vary with automatic or hand powered machines. Since you’re new and still learning start super low with everything and work your way up. If your not planning to eat your rosin there is no reason to put it in the oven. It’s ready to dab off the press. Whipping, curing, etc. is all for personal preference or market appeal.
Depends on your preference again. I glass everything immediately to diminish off gassing terps but that’s also because I have a backlog of material. Also depends on strain and batch. Making concentrates involves an insane amount of variables. Keep playing around with stuff and you’ll find your groove.
great material _ how do you press your kief into balls, hash squares - dry shifting is very easy but have been unsucessful in pressing it - But see were a bubble hash can be made into balls very easy becasue of the moisture - have tried Frenchy’s pressing but un-successful. Thoughts ??? Thanks
Thanks for info. I pleased with my first run.
Material Fresh frozen Ethos Runtz.
Stored immediately after harvest in -60F freezer
Ran through pollen tumbler inside freezer.
Collected in 15 minute cycles
Dried on parchment paper inside cardboard box at 60F
I also visited Matt with Sasquatch Press. He was nice enough to give me a demo of my press. One of his.
Returned home and finished pressing hash.