Fug Rosin Press 90 Micron Bags 3′ X 5′
PACK OF 10
90 Micron: best micron filter type for flower rosin, with the highest quality extract
Choose The Correct Micron Bag
First and foremost, you can absolutely press flower rosin without a bag if you want, but you are liable to get little bits and pieces of plant material in your rosin on the other end.
If you are pressing a rosin filter bag however, getting the right micron screen size is essential in order to strike a great yield-to-quality ratio.
The rule of thumb we stick by is that you should never press flower rosin in anything less than 90 micron width. Below that, you can compromise your yield without getting noticeable gains in quality.
Similarly, anything above 150 micron width tends to not filter that well, so reductions in quality may be realized.
The relationship between micron type and material type is very important, because the higher the micron count, the more porous the mesh filter is.
37 Micron: Designed for Dry Sift and pollen
90 Micron: best filtration and highest quality output for flower rosin, some reduction in yield
120 Micron: best overall micron filter type for flower rosin, a great sweet spot for yield and quality
160 Micron: Best if the Plant Material is wet and has not been cured but we do recommending drying and curing at 55% then using a 120 Micron
Also, always make sure if you’re pressing in a bag to use 100% polyester monofilament filter mesh, which is the most conducive for yields while also being one of the FDA’s top recommended food grade fabrics. Stainless steel screens are prone to scratching plates and cutting yields, whereas silk screens stretch a significant amount, making it difficult to accurately track your pressure data.
Designed for the Fug Rosin Press 20 Ton Press, The Large Bags can squish up to 30 Gram of Flower with ease, using the Highest Quality Material,
Quality In Quality Out
For More info on how to use these Bags please check out our Fug rosin Press 20 Ton