Rosin TRP


Built for professional extraction technicians, the Rosin TRP has the ability to press large rosin batches at the lowest temperatures to preserve rich, valuable terpenes. Eliminating the need for a higher temperature reduces the chance of degrading any cannabinoids.

Easy to Use Low Temp Rosin Press


Maintain valuable terpene content by pressing rosin at higher pressure and lower temperatures.


6×10 IN / 15x25 CM platens offer more space to provide the most versatility and size for hemp and cannabis flower, bubble, and kief.


Customize your rosin press for your application by selecting the perfect pump for your needs.  Combine your press with a Manual, Air Over Hydraulic, or Electric Hydraulic Pump (sold separately).


Maximum pressure

Made to reach up to 25 Tons of force, every gram of rosin can be extracted with unrivaled force and pressure for a higher yield at a lower temperature.

Food Grade Materials

All touchpoints are made of food-grade anodized aluminum, keeping your solventless, high-quality rosin free from harmful chemicals.




Hundreds of finite element analysis simulations were conducted while designing the frame to be capable of withstanding up to 25 tons of pressure.


Individual PID temperature control allows you to set the exact temperature preference for each platen for precise, repeatable, performance.

BVA Hydraulic Cylinder

Every press comes with a 25 Ton, BVA cylinder for the highest level of performance and reliability, squeeze after squeeze.

So happy to have outfitted our latest processing facility with the Triminator rosin press lineup.  This thing is the baddest press on the market.

– Jeremy Babbitt | 918 OG | 918og_



17 IN / 43 CM

16 IN / 41 CM

11 IN / 27 CM

120 LBS / 54 KG

Power Req
120 V, 20 A

Drip Tech

Platen Size
6 IN X 10 IN / 15 CM X 25 CM


Rosin TRP FAQs

Why should I consider a lower temperature rosin press?

A low-temperature rosin press is useful in the cannabis industry because it allows for the extraction of high-quality concentrates without degrading the delicate compounds and flavors found in the plant. Solventless rosin is a concentrate made by applying heat and pressure to cannabis buds, kief, or hash.

A low-temperature rosin press typically uses temperatures ranging from 160°F to 220°F (71°C to 104°C) to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant material. By using lower temperatures, the risk of damaging the terpenes and other delicate compounds is minimized, resulting in a more flavorful and aromatic, high-quality product.

Do you need to use solvents or other chemicals to extract the concentrate?

This type of rosin press is often preferred by consumers and producers alike because they do not require the use of solvents or other chemicals for extraction. This means that the resulting rosin is considered to be a more natural and pure form of cannabis concentrate, free from residual solvents or other contaminants.

What is the perfect temperature for a rosin press?

The perfect temperature depends on a few different factors, including the type of material being pressed, the desired yield, and the personal preferences of the user.

A perfect temp activates cannabinoids and terpenes allowing for effective extraction, but low enough to avoid damaging the delicate compounds. The exact temperature may need to be adjusted slightly based on the specific strain or type of material being pressed, as some strains may require slightly higher or lower temperatures to achieve high quality rosin.

Triminator's Rosin TRP comes with temperature control options, allowing the user to adjust the temp to the desired setting. This can be helpful for achieving consistent, repeatable results and for experimenting with different temperatures to find the perfect setting for a particular strain or material.

What Type of Pump is Best for Pressing Rosin?

There are a few different types of pumps that can pair with the TRP Rosin Press. You can choose a manual hand pump or an air hydraulic or electric hydraulic pump to pair with the press. The type of pump you choose depends on how you will be using the machine.

Manual pumps provide a better feel and modulation with the press, but they typically require more effort on the operators part. An air hydraulic pump delivers more modulation and speed, but requires an external air compressor.

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