Cannabis is an extremely complex and complicated plant, with fragility and delicacy that is not to be overlooked – especially in the post-harvest and processing productions.
When accomplishing preroll production and manufacturing, many automated preroll machines will come with vibrational features meant to “pack in the flower” and provide a consistent look. However, this is not always the result – vibrations in cannabis machines can pose a threat to the integrity of cannabis flower.
At PreRoll-Er, we pride ourselves on being ahead of the curve with cannabis processing solutions – offering automated cannabis preroll machines with vibration-less features, for a more preserved and protected finished end product. Learn the reasons why vibrations are bad and harmful to your flower in preroll production.
Here are 5 reasons why vibrations in cannabis machinery are detrimental to preroll production and manufacturing.
Prerolls require a meticulous and consistent manufacturing process to ensure uniformity in size, density, and quality. Vibrations in automated machines can disrupt this precision – leading to unexpected product variation. This consistency is crucial to retain customer loyalty and quality recognition.
Cannabis itself, and the cannabinoids composed of it, are extremely fragile and volatile. Excessive vibrations in automated machines can result in the breakdown of the flower structure and affect the overall quality of the preroll. Maintaining the integrity of the cannabis means preserving its potency and flavor.
Trichomes are the resinous glands on cannabis flowers that are responsible for the plant’s therapeutic effects and aromatic profile. Vibrations in automated cannabis preroll machines can cause trichomes to detach from the flower, leading to a loss of potency and flavor in the prerolls.
Continuous vibrations can accelerate wear and tear on automated preroll machines used in cannabis manufacturing. Maintaining a stable operational environment is essential for prolonging the lifespan of machinery and ensuring consistent production.
Quality control in the presence of vibrations poses challenges such as identifying and addressing preroll construction irregularities, compromised flower quality, and product weight inconsistencies.
Automated cannabis machines used for preroll manufacturing are prone to vibrations that can negatively impact the consistency of the product, damage the flower integrity, and reduce trichome preservation.
Alternatively, cannabis processing equipment like the PreRoll-Er 200, fills cones and cylinders with cannabis flower and comes with automatic and semi-automatic options.
The Flowers-Line automated cannabis flower packaging machine includes a high-end combination scale for accurate measurements. Each of these automated cannabis equipment from PreRoll-Er comes with vibration-less features – instead, its precision movement ensures the protected integrity of your bud and preserved terpenes in the process.
With that said, it’s crucial to minimize the vibrations to maintain a stable and controlled production environment, improve operational efficiency, and meet the high-quality demands of an evolving cannabis market.