[Homeroast] Behmor frustrations
rich-mail at octoxol.com
Mon Oct 18 21:42:19 CDT 2010
The heat input is fixed and determined by the applied voltage. You can
vary the ramp however by increasing or decreasing the weight of beans in
any given roast for a fixed heat input. The chamber shuts off the heat
at 480 or so. At a fixed heat input a larger weight of beans will take
longer to roast.
On 10/18/2010 09:15 PM, Hank Perkins wrote:
> OK, using drip the Behmor got the job done. Since we got our new espresso setup (Rocket Giotto and Mazzer Mini Electronic) I have become less and less satisfied with my roasts. We rest the coffees a minimum of 5 days, we have the machine grinder set up right, Etc. The beans have been taken care of but the are a little old 12-15 months. Today I received a new, smaller order of beans. I have about 5 pounds or dreg beans remaining. Some of which I want to use to refine my roasting. I suspect I need a better roasting location. I suspect that the plug is under powered. I have already talked to my electrician about this one. I had considered ordering a commercial roaster but that is just cost prohibitive at this point.
> My roasting needs help. How do I learn to improve my roasting? Are there any good mods I need to investigate? Is there a way to manually control the heat, rotation speed and fans?
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