[Homeroast] Vac Pot snap crackle pop
kirk at angelwoodcreative.com
Tue Mar 11 12:25:31 CDT 2014
Ben said it best. As a long-time user of glass labware, even in the best
borosilicate glass, "shift happens" and old glassware will seem to
"spontaneously" crack under normal use.
So sad when an experiment is ruined or when you loose a batch of nicely
roasted quality coffee.
On Tuesday, March 11, 2014, Jason Brooks <brookswv at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not necessarily the science type, but any 'stress' on the glass
> recently (eg, bumped)? What kind was it?
> > ok so my Vac pot which sees 5-7 pots a week off and on for the last 6
> > was brewing a pot and everything was fine about 1/2 way thru the draw
> > it started popping and snaps etc... I pulled the top and got the
> > I could out and took a look I now have a fat cresent crack on it
> > I know we got some sciency types here can anyone tell me why this
> > grind was same as last 200 or so takes about 45 sec-1 min for draw down
> > heat was same stove on Med until water was 1/2 up then turned off and
> > remainder coasts up water is up for 1 min-1.5 min then I move it off of
> > heat on to a cloth placemat just like every day
> > thoughts?
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