[Homeroast] from scratch roaster project

Michael Wascher wascher at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 22:51:20 CST 2013

The last electric dryer I tore into had a 4" diameter tube with a fan &
heating element in it. Also a couple of overtemp switches for safety. It'd
be a nice assembly to build a roaster around.

Yes, it is 220V but to my way of thinking a 120V outlet is marginal for a 1
lb or greater roaster.

*"**You risk the most if you don't risk anything."*
— Jean-Claude Juncker

On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 5:09 PM, Ira <ira at extrasensory.com> wrote:

> At 07:01 AM 2/27/2013, you wrote:
>> I have a friend who has programming experience that would like to build a
>> > roaster from scratch.  I have 2 questions for anyone that has built an
>> > electric roaster from scratch. What could I use for an element? And,
>> what
>> > could I use for an exhaust fan that would be able to handle the heat of
>> the
>> > roaster exhaust.
> Blow in so the fan doesn't see heat.  Look at thrift stores for toaster
> ovens with rod elements if you want radiant heat or maybe abandoned
> electric dryers if you can use 220.
> Ira
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