DRY CANNABIS TRIMMING MADE EASY
Designed for premium cannabis and hemp flower; the Triminator Dry trimmer is a fast, quiet, and user-friendly dry bud trimming machine for small to mid-sized grows.
THE TRIMINATOR ADVANTAGE
Innovative design and cutting edge materials provide a hand-quality trim at production speeds for your top shelf cannabis and hemp flower.
We've eliminated the vacuum resulting in a quiet, stress-free harvesting experience.
Produce the highest clarity extracts
Reduce resin loss and stickiness with no heat build up.
Voted best industrial dry trimmer - High Times
This dry bud trimmer was designed to go anywhere. Simply roll it where you want to go.
Disassemble without tools in 15 seconds or less with an innovative turn-loc system. Pull Pin system makes loading, dry trimming, and emptying the machine quick and easy.
Military grade materials mean the Dry was made to be used and made to be easy to maintain. Clean up is a breeze with a pressure washer.
SET AND FORGET TIMER
Load it , set the timer, and come back when done.
36 IN / 91 CM
24 IN / 60 CM
36 IN / 91 CM
75 LBS / 34 KG
Up to 20 LBS / 9.07 KG
2 IN 1 SYSTEM
Turn your bud trimmer into a kief extractor seamlessly with the optional Triminator Kief Kit. Easily swap out your dry trimmer drum with the kief tumbler drum in seconds.
Use the easy turn-loc system to swap the trim drum with the stainless steel 150-micron mesh drum.
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Dry Trimmer FAQs
Yes, most strains of cannabis can be trimmed with a dry trimming machine. Dry trimming machines are designed to trim cannabis flowers after they have been dried, and they typically work well for most strains of cannabis.
Dry trimming machines use various mechanisms to trim the buds, such as spinning blades or tumbling motion. These machines are designed to be gentle on the flowers to minimize damage and preserve the trichomes, which are the resin glands that contain the cannabinoids and terpenes responsible for the plant's effects and aroma.
The main difference between a wet trimming machine and a dry trimming machine is the design of the machine being optimized in relation to the cannabis plant's moisture content.
A wet trimming machine is used to trim cannabis plants immediately after they are harvested, while the plant still has a high moisture content. Wet trimming machines typically use spinning blades to trim the leaves and stems off the buds while they are still wet.
A dry trimming machine, on the other hand, is used to trim cannabis flowers after they have been dried and must be more gentle on the flower. Dry trimming machines use various mechanisms, such as spinning blades or tumbling motion, to remove the leaves and stems from the dried buds.
It's important to clean your dry trimming machine regularly to ensure that it is functioning properly and producing high-quality trimmed bud. The frequency of cleaning will depend on how often you use the machine, as well as the specific model and design of the machine. However, as a general guideline, it's a good idea to clean your dry trimming machine after every use or at least once every few uses.
The best way to clean your dry trimming machine will depend on the specific model and design of the machine, as well as the manufacturer's instructions. There are a few things to look for that will indicate its time to clean the trimmer: Reduced trim quality, a visible buildup of plant material, or excessive noise while operating the trimming machine.
To clean the Triminator Dry Trimmer:
Prepare your trimmer for cleaning. Be sure to unplug the trimmer from any power source.
Two ways to clean:
- Clean with alcohol or hemp oil, let it sit for 30 minutes then wipe the trimmer down, or
- Remove the trim bin and top cover. Cover the control/timer box with a plastic bag (you can pressure wash it, but avoid spraying it directly). Pressure wash entire machine.
By following these cleaning steps regularly, you can ensure that your dry trimming machine remains in good condition and produces high-quality trims for your cannabis harvest.
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The ideal moisture content for dry trimming cannabis is around 10-12%. At this moisture level, the buds are dry enough to be easily handled and trimmed without sticking to the blades or becoming too brittle, but still moist enough to prevent excessive damage to the trichomes during the trimming process.
It's important to note that the ideal moisture content for dry trimming can vary depending on the specific strains of cannabis and growing conditions. Therefore, it's a good idea to monitor the moisture content of the buds regularly during the drying process using a hygrometer, which measures the relative humidity of the air in the drying room. By maintaining the ideal moisture content for dry trimming, you can achieve the best possible trim and preserve the quality of your dried harvest.