More about Rosin Filterbag 120M
In the' Rosin Technique', green parts of plants, flowers or pollen are packed in baking paper and pressed for a few seconds in a heated Rosin press with strong pressure at a temperature of approx. 165°C to 180°C or 248°F to 356°F (depending on the type of plant).
If you first fill the material to be pressed into the' Rosin Bag Filters' bag, wrap it in parchment paper and then place the package into the hot press, you will get the desired, precious and absolutely pure concentrate in no time at all. It is called' Rosin' and as a concentrate it is more intense in its effect and stronger than the source material. The' rosin technique' itself is completely harmless, there is no danger of explosion due to the use of butane gas or chemical solvents.
The' Rosin Bag Filters' have a non-stick inner coating so that the very sticky raisin produced can be scratched out of the filter bag with a dabber. The extraction process can be repeated up to four times, depending on the desired degree of purity. The' Rosin Filter Bag' is made of a special nylon fabric, which is particularly heat resistant (up to 240°C/464°F), robust and reusable. The' Rosin Bag Filters' are available in three different sizes and mesh sizes, depending on the quantity and type of raw material used.
- Material: Nylon
- Color: White
- Size: 110x50mm
- Mesh size: 120µm
- contains 10 bags