Ardent FX FAQ's

Why is the red light flashing on my unit?
The red light flashing on the unit indicates that it is now in the cool down cycle and your decarb process is almost over.
What is the difference between A1 and A2 cycles?
The A1 Cycle activates THC and CBG and the A2 cycle activates CBD.
How much can it decarb at a time?
Our FX can decarb roughly 4 ounces of flower, kief, stems, sugar leaf, or concentrate, or more depending on density. It can also fit 28 fluid ounces of oil.
How long does each cycle run for the FX?
The A1 Cycle and A2 Cycle should never take more than 3.5 hours including cool down. The Infusion cycle will run for close to 3 hours. The Bake cycle runs for 45 minutes.
What are the max temperatures for each of the FX's cycles?
The A1 Cycle and A2 Cycle peak at 230 degrees Fahrenheit. The Infusion cycle peaks at 176 degrees Fahrenheit. The Bake cycle peaks at 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Can the Infusion Press and the Concentrate and Infusion Sleeve be used together?
No, the Infusion Press and Sleeve cannot be used together. You can either use the Infusion Press OR the Concentrate and Sleeve. 
Can the Infusion Press and the Vessel be used together?
No, the Infusion Press and the Vessel cannot be used together. You can either use the Infusion Press OR the Vessel. You can also pour an infusion from the Vessel back into the FX to strain using the Infusion Press. Then, pour the strained oil back into the Vessel for safekeeping.
How do I clean my FX?
Once you are finished with using your FX, you can hand wash the unit or place it in the dishwasher. Please be sure to detach the power base before washing so that it does NOT get wet. Let the device dry completely before placing it back on the base to use. You can also twist off the black rim on the top of your FX for an even deeper clean.
How big is the FX?
The FX is 12" x 4.5"
Where can I register my device?
You can register your device here
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  • can I put Mason jar in Ardent FX for decarb?

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