Johnny Dabb Dry Sift Range

What is Dry Sift?

Trockensieb is a cannabis concentrate which is free of any chemicals and water. Also often referred to as Kief, or Dry Sift Hash, this powder like substance is created by dry sifting material from the cannabis plant through a series of screens. Dry sifting is believed to be one of the oldest methods of creating cannabis concentrates.

Dry Sifting

It gets its name “dry sieve” because there are no chemical solvents used, not even water, as with ice water or bubble hash in the production process. By rubbing the material through a series of screens with different micron grades, trichomes fall from one screen to the next and allowing the plant material to be filtered out.

During harvesting, many growers trim cannabis above a sieve to collect fallen trichomes for dry sieve hash, rather than letting those trichomes fall to the floor to become waste.

Dry sieve hash can be pressed together to form hand hash. Dry sieve, or kief, can also be sprinkled on top of a bowl of flower to increase potency.

Dry Sift Tumbling

The original automatic Dry-Sift Machine

The Pollinator Company was founded in 1994 by Mila Jansen.
With the invention and release of the Pollinator®, a device to separate the crystals from leaf material, a new era began.

Making your own high quality trichome separations had never been so easy.

Next to its elegant simplicity, the beauty of this machine lies in the fact that the most suitable plant material is small leaves and/or trim.

For more than two decades enthusiasts and extract artists have been obtaining high quality products from material which had hitherto been considered waste – Trash To Stash!
To borrow from the classics, spinning straw into gold has been our pursuit ever since.

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