According to CEO, Christopher Swartz, the Rosin6 rosin press will revolutionize the THC extraction process. “This (Rosin6) machine is the safest alternative for those who try to mass produce THC extracts using butane or other dangerous, flammable gases,” Swartz stated. “This heat press will consistently produce maximum yields while ensuring the purest product… and it does so with virtually no effort or risk.” The Rosin6 features a 6-in-1 head plate design, which ensures the specially designed and adjustable surface areas can maximize this safe and legal extraction method. The press has been developed specifically for cannabis, features top of the line heating elements for even heat distribution, and includes high-output compression.
According to Swartz, the rosin press has been under development for some time, and Advantis feels now is the right time to take it to market, while also commenting on the potential demand for a product like this.
“This marketplace is totally untapped,” Swartz said. “People are currently producing a polluted product, wasting their yields, and in some cases, blowing themselves up. The Rosin6 is an affordable solution — even a profit making one for those that produce large quantities of THC extract and are tired of the risk and waste that goes with it.”
The machine is considered portable at 150 pounds, and it has a lifetime warranty.
“Cooperatives and legal marijuana providers that produce extracts will see their margins rise while producing a consistently pure extract. The few dispensaries we are currently working to provide the Rosin6 to are excited to put it to work.” Swartz concluded that once the marketplace knows of the availability of a product like this, the demand will be overwhelming. While Advantis has kept the exact date for release under wraps, Swartz indicates he expects the product to hit market within the next two weeks.
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