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Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small
Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small
Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small
Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small
Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small
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Bubble Press - T-Handle Press - Small

Regular price WEEKEND SALE! $55.25 $65.00

The Small T-Handle Bubble Press is the ultimate pollen pressing kit. A heavy duty piece of equipment, the T handle press compresses your pollen into a compact block.2.5 gram to 5 gram Pressing Capacity

 

Pollen Press features:

  • Made from solid stainless steel with strict Tolerance
  • Ergonomically designed handle with ultra smooth finish inside and out
  • Stands over 3.50 inches tall with a 1.00 inch Barrel
  • 100 % Tasteless and Food-Safe
  • Bubble Press Label Included
  • Made in the USA

Why Press?

Pressing means to use heat and pressure to compress the material into one piece. Through this process the remaining moisture is removed and the density (important for the rate of combustion) is determined. It also makes transport and consumption a lot easier. By using state-of-the-art screening methods (for example, Pollinator, Ice-O-Lator or Bubble Bags) everyone can produce highest-quality resin powder today – it’s not just an expert business anymore. To avoid impurities in the material gentle pressing is a must. Gentle mechanical pressing is the only way to provide for a crusty surface, which protects the material from oxidation and consequently also from the decay of the active agent. When resin is pressed without too much heat exposure (the most efficient way is to use a hairdryer) hardly any resin glands will burst and the natural coloring of the high-quality crystals won’t change. However, gentle heat of 170° Farenheit (75° celsius) maximum is required, since fresh THC contained in the material comes as acid and, in its chemically neutral form, needs to be activated to take the desired psychoactive effect.