We introduce to you the Fug Rosin Press product line-up available in Two different versions. The 20 Ton Fug Rosin Press And the 12 Ton Fug Rosin Press, More Models are soon to be Released for smaller Presses.

All of the machines can be manually operated to achieve heat plate pressure.

Fug Rosin Press is the Rosin extraction machine of choice for both home users and high volume production facilities. The standard system is a Hydraulic operated 12 Ton Rosin Press featuring a 4″ x 3″ pressing area while the Pro version is a 20 Ton Hydraulic operated Rosin Press boasting a huge 7″ x 4″ pressing area.

All Models are constructed with solid steel and T6 6061 aluminium and are fabricated and assembled from start to finish in-house at the Fug Rosin Press factory in the UK.

We back each Fug Rosin Press with an unmatched 12 months warranty on every component of the system and we are available to support our customers by phone or in person during normal business hours and via email and social media on weekends and after hours.

We have the industries best customer service and we are devoted to continuous improvement.



The Fug Rosin Press family of presses are purpose built machines exclusively designed for Rosin extraction. After years of researching and testing, our Rosin connoisseurs together with our design and engineering team, have put together an impressive set of features needed for the perfect and consistent extraction process. Read more about some of the features below…


Got questions? We’ve got answers. If you have some other questions, feel free to contact us through our contact page or email to info@fugrosinpress.co.uk.

What is Rosin? How is it made?

Rosin is a solvent less extraction made through the mechanical process of applying heat and pressure to “press” out the terpene and cannabinoid rich resin from cured flower or hash.

This process occurs near instantaneously and requires virtually no professional expertise in the field of botanical extractions. Rosin tech uses heat to melt the glandular domes of the trichrome off of the base material.

This resin rich sap will then reconstitute on the parchment paper, ready for collection. After scraping the parchment paper, the waxy residue collected will be clean and ready to dab.

How much pressure do I need?

The pressure needed to extract Rosin from your starting material will vary depending on the following factors: Freshness, Heat Applied, Amount of Material, Type of Material (Cured Flowers, Dry Sift, Bubble, etc).

As a general guideline, the more heat you apply, the less pressure you will need (to a certain extent). From our experience, many strains will press very nicely at around 1000 – 1500 psi per inch of material being pressed in the lower temp range of 190 – 215 degrees.

How much Rosin can I expect from my material?

This is another question we get often, but cannot ever provide an exact answer.

Basically the term “Garbage in, Garbage out” is a FACT with pressing. Rosin will typically taste very much like your starting material smells so using the best material available is always recommended.

We have seen results as low as 5.5% with low quality material and have also seen 31%+ with Grade “A” material. Your best bet is to press a couple of .8g nugs to see what you can expect from your material before loading your extraction bags.

What bags do I need?

Fug Rosin Press extraction bags are recommended for optimal yield and clean quality rosin.

Our bags are specifically designed to work with the weight of fresh cured flower together with our extraction machines and are labelled accordingly at: 2” x 4” 90,120,160 Micron and 3” x 5” 90,120,160 Micron this assumes the bags are loaded (BTS) or bottle/barrel-tech style (upright so that you end up with the round coin like puck once fully pressed).

This perfected method allows you the ability to put the proper weight of flower into the bag and get a consistent extraction every time.

The reason for this is that it allows for the proper pounds per square inch, pressure (PSI) on your product and eliminates the guess work. 3.5g = 1.5″ Diameter = 1.77” in surface area 7g = 2″-2.2”Diameter= 3.14” in surface area 14g=2.4″-2.7″Diameter= 4.91” in surface area.

We prefer to use 160 micron for fresh flower, as flower dries we go down in micron screen size (for dry flower use 90 micron).

NOTE: As the micron gets smaller the diameter get slightly larger. example: 90 microns is about 5% larger at the end of your extraction.


And why shouldn’t you? A Fug rosin press is a truly smart purchase. Flexible enough for small personal use all the way up to high volume production, a Fug rosin press is your best choice for pressing rosin.