[Homeroast] Larger-than-250g roaster?
rich-mail at octoxol.com
Wed Dec 8 12:01:20 CST 2010
It is possible to have the required 220v service at the roasting
location. This can be a DIY project depending on your skill set.
Natural gas or propane is also doable. Venting is not a big issue
either. Insurance and modifications to rented/leased space is a bit of
a problem. You can put the 12k Diedrich in the living room if you own
the house and just don't burn it down with it. The major problem is
finding the roaster.
On 12/08/2010 11:35 AM, Kysh wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 9:08 AM, Hank Perkins<hankperkins at gmail.com> wrote:
>> With all due respect,
> Never a good way to start an email... ;>
>> based on my investigations, when you move to
>> roasting 1 pound plus you are dealing with commercial grade roasters.
>> Generally these systems require permanent installations and custom
>> exhaust venting. When I looked at these roasters the gas installation
>> and the vent installation were more than I was willing to deal with.
>> The roasters you are looking at start around $4,000 just for the
> That's not a problem, though something like the sample roaster Tom had
> a few years back would have been great.
>> Gas and ventilation is going to run at least another $1,000
>> and often require inspections by city inspectors.
> Hence the requirement for propane.
>> This can effect your insurance. If in fact you plan to roast in a leased facility this
>> could have lease considerations with regard to the modifications and
>> the operation of the roaster depending on the lease.
> Again, I'm not looking for a Diedrich 12k at the moment, so I'm not
> planning to make any modifications. I'm not roasting in my kitchen...
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