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Old 09-08-2018, 08:36 AM #1
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We are in search for commercial extraction equipment, but cant seem to find the best one, expecting both quality and quantity. We are planning license structure and decided to go with non volatile extractions using Ice, Water, Heat, Pressure.
We've done some research but have yet to find the largest productive press on the market. We're looking for a press with maximum pressure for large production and
Here are some options we've found.


The Sashsquash press
25 ton press.
50" sq. Two Flat heat plates

Pure Pressure with their long peaks press
10 tons press.
18" sq Two long, skinny plates


Access Rosin with The Rosin Machine
30 Ton press.
60" sq. Two cone shaped plates


Has anyone attempted full scale production with one of these presses?

What advise to you have on these three presses?

Are there any other presses which can produce large quantity per press?

We plan to ice water, freeze dry, then rosin press. Finding the right press is important to us. Its a big decision and we want to talk about all the positives and negatives about oil processing or solventless hash making. We plan to produce 14 lbs a week for 52 weeks and process 4-10 lbs a week of trim and small nugs. WpFF live rosin will be the product of choice to produce.

If i have not already, I'll be positing more information and pictures of these presses.

Thanks for the support. Please help us if you may.
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Old 09-09-2018, 08:23 PM #2
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Here is the largest press i can find.
They state they're in research and development stages, but shortly entering into the market. After a long conversation with the developer of the press I'm a bit convinced their method is in the right direction. A press large enough to produce an oil flow which in fact collects together and disperse in a controlled form. It's different than the TRP press from Trimminator which offers a patented tilt method to control the drip, it is still spread out and must collect it together.
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Has anyone used this press for manufacturing?
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I think the guys name is Sunflower or something close. The company is elysium research or, again, something close. He used to post here and now his is on IG.


I believe he can provide the guidance you seek regarding commercial pressing.
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