[Homeroast] Behmor - Different Roasting times
peter at midwestbicycleworks.com
Mon May 23 17:48:44 CDT 2011
I don't seem to have those issues in my roasts using the Behmor. I usually roast with a preheat with beans of 90 seconds and then P2 C and the first roast will add the full minute if FC or will run it at the 21 minutes 30 seconds. Then I clean the temp sensor area and then immediately continue with my next roast and usually cut back the preheat to 75 seconds and otherwise keep the roasts the same, I don't wait at all and can usually roast 3 batches in about 2 hours from beginning to end.
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On May 23, 2011 18:18, Jim Gundlach <pecanjim at bellsouth.net> wrote:
I am having similar experiences. I think the temperature actually declines over time. They really should include temperature adjustment as a standard and easy to use part of their roasting machine. I am getting a bit tired of being treated as the dumbest and most incompetent person because I but their machine.
On May 23, 2011, at 3:37 PM, Jamie Dolan wrote:
> I'm roasting several batches today in the Behmor. It is 70 degrees
> here. I'm using the new classic espresso blend @ 13 ounces. I'm
> allowing about a half hour to cool in between batches.
> I've gotten all 3 batches to turn out with close to the same roast,
> but the amount of time it took has varied by over 2 minutes. It has
> not been all that dark either, maybe full city, or a bit lighter.
> I ran it empty and cleaned it prior to starting today.
> I'm just wondering if this is normal, I have not noticed this much
> variation in the roasting times in the past, plus it is warmer today
> than what I have been roasting at most of the time. I always run B,
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