[Homeroast] New Hot Top- change drum?
yakster at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 12:14:47 CDT 2011
I've been reading an interesting thread on Home-Barista that took a turn in
this direction when someone mentioned keeping the drum in a Hot Top clean is
important and contrary to commercial roasters to reflect the radiated heat
from the elements to the beans.
I don't have a Hot Top, but run a Behmor and I've followed lots of threads
on the Behmor stressing the same thing, keeping the metal clean and shiny
helps with the roast.
Take with a grain of salt, but an interesting data point to consider.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 8:04 AM, g paris p <pchforever at gmail.com> wrote:
> That's a good question. I tend to think your new drum will season up fairly
> fast if you use it a lot
> Have you EVER cleaned the old drum?
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 6:14 AM, Doug Hutson <dwhutson13 at comcast.net>
> > I had to quickly order a new Hot Top on Friday because my old one died
> > mid-roast and I have wearied of patching it up. I bought it in 2003 so it
> > has lasted pretty well. I have read somewhere on Tom's site that
> > of the drum is a good thing so I was considering using my old,
> > well-seasoned, drum in the new Hot Top. Any opinions on the pros and cons
> > of
> > doing this?
> > Doug Hutson
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