Best for: large scale industrial and commercial use for hemp and bud.
Built to order: 3-4 weeks shipping time
TOM’S TUMBLER™ PYTHON INDUSTRIAL HEMP AND CANNABIS TRIMMER
The PYTHON is an industrial dry trimmer for cannabis, hemp or other agricultural products. It is the largest capacity trimmer available, processing anywhere from 400 to 1200 pounds or more of dry flower per hour, gently yet efficiently.
The Python used Tom’s proven bladeless tumbling technology to preserve trichomes and crystals while producing a beautifully trimmed product. Tom’s Tumblers have a proven record as the best alternative to bladed trimmers. The Tumblers use the friction between buds as they tumble to gently break the sugar leaves off buds. Buds look hand-trimmed with full bud structure and preserved trichomes and crystals.
BUILT TO LAST
The Python is all stainless steel frame with a stainless steel tumbling chamber and bud chute. The Python weighs 1000 lbs. The simple design means that little can go wrong with the Python. It includes three industrial motors that drive the auger feeder, the tumbler trommel and the auger that carries the trim to a catch bin. The Python is built to last for years. It is covered by a full three-year warranty with 24-7 support available from Tom’s Tumbler.
HOW IT WORKS
The Python is fed by a stainless steel hopper with a food-grade plastic auger that draws flowers up and into the gravity feed of the Python tumbling chamber. The chamber tumbles at 35 RPM and moves product through three chambers of mesh netting in less than five minutes to exit as trimmed flower at the end of the Python. It is the perfect amount of tumbling to prepare cannabis or hemp for market.
The trimming speed is easily adjusted by the manual speed control motor, baffles between chambers and the angle of the Python. Clean trim is dropped through the mesh to the auger below which moves the trim to tne catch bin under the bud chute.
AFTER DRYING, TUMBLING
The Python uses a simple, clean design, built on the bladeless, tumbling technology Tom’s Tumbler introduced in 2014. The Python is the one machine needed to trim thousands of pounds of flower once the drying and bucking process is complete. It replaces hundreds of hand trimmers and dozens of smaller trimmers in one day with its exceptional productivity.
With no down-time to change or clean blades, like other machines, the Python can be run all day, all season, year after year.
Cleaning and maintenance of the Python are quite simple. The stainless steel trimmer and motors can be hosed or pressure washed without any issue, unlike most trimmers that require disassembly.
The Nets are also removable for easy cleanup.
Make sure flowers/buds to be trimmed are bucked down (free of large water leaves, branches) and sugar leaves are dry and brittle (sugar leaves should not be not flexible at all).
Dryness inside the buds should be about 10 percent
moisture ideally but again sugar leaves need to be brittle for the Python to allow bud/flowers to trim each other as they tumble and move through each section of the cylinder (trommel).
Make sure you trim in an environment where humidity is low and will not rehydrate the sugar leaves on the flowers buds. Rehydrating sugar leaves will make them flexible again and then they will not trim properly or at all, and may jam the feed auger tube.
3 year warranty under normal use. It does not include user caused damage. All sales final.
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