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Dulytek® DHP7 Hydraulic Heat Press Machine, 7-Ton Pressing Force, Dual Heat 6" Plates, Precise Two-Channel Control Panel

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Dulytek® DHP7 Hydraulic Heat Press generates up to 7 Tons of crushing force. The machine is equipped with an upgraded...
$449.00

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Dulytek® DHP7 Hydraulic Heat Press generates up to 7 Tons of crushing force. The machine is equipped with an upgraded leak-free hydraulic bottle jack, 6" x 2.5" insulated solid aluminum dual heating plates, precise two-channel temperature and timer control to be able to set press temperature for each plate separately, and a carrying handle. The pressure and ram speed is controlled by simple pumping of the cranking handle. The press comes with a 3-prong power cord, pump handle, free press accessories and instruction manual.

The machine is available in two versions: 110V for North American and 220V  for European and Australian customers. Please note that the 220V presses are not shipped to US and Canada addresses.

Technical Specifications:

  • Maximum pressure: 14000 lbs / 7 Tons
  • Heating plate size: 6.0 x 2.5 inch /  152 x 64 mm
  • Maximum temperature: 450 °F / 232 °C
  • Power:  420 W 
  • Current: 3.8 A / 1.9 A
  • Voltage: 110 V / 220 V
  • Weight: 44 lbs / 20 kg
  • Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 17 inch / 28 x 25 x 43 cm
  • Package dimensions: 14 x 12 x 21 inch / 36 x 31 x 53 cm
  • Package weight (with the product): 39 lb / 17.8 kg
  • Certifications: CE / RoHS
  • Limited warranty: 2 years
  • Discreet Packaging
Have general questions about how to press rosin? Try our Rosin Pressing FAQ guide.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What are the recommended pre-press mold and bag sizes for this press? 2"x4", 3"x6"

    We recommend 2"x4" pre press mold for DHP7 V3.

  • I purchased a Dulytek DHP7 V3 All-In-One Rosin Press, 6" Plates, 7-Ton and Dulytek™ Rosin Press Nylon Filter Bags, 100 Micron, 1.75" x 5" to use with it. However, now that I calculate the psi at the bag, it works out to 2333psi, which is over double the max pressure recommended for flower to avoid lipids etc.. How in the heck do I know when I've pumped enough but not too much? Anything will help...¿+ - how many pumps? Thanks in advance for your help

    Good question! It has a learning curve with the pressing. Actually, there is no fixed or exact pressure you need to follow at all, since it really depending on temp, pressing time and the quality and amount of the materies you are pressing per load. The idel pressure is roughly from 700 - 1500 psi.

  • What are the magnets for?

    The magnets attach the folds of your parchment paper to the frame of the press so that rosin can easily flow from between the plates.

  • How much can you press at one time

    It depends on what you press. Generally speaking, it can press up to 10 - 15 grams per load.

  • What is the max distance between plates for a pre press mold to fit?

    It is about 55 mm.

  • Does it have a pressure gauge? If there isn't one, how do you measure the amount of pressure being applied?

    The machine doesn't have a pressure meter. You manually control the pressure by pumping the press handle. The maximum pressure that can be achieved with this machine is 14,000 lb (7 Ton).

  • Is this a dual pid controller?

    It is with single PID but with fuzzy logic chip to control two heating plates. It also comes with sleep/wake power-safe functions.

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