[Homeroast] Behmor in a box?
hankarnold at gmail.com
Tue Jan 20 06:48:01 CST 2015
Interesting thought Brian....but I couldn't imagine putting a box over
the Behmor, it gets pretty darn hot....although when's there's a will
there's a way.
The issue with the Temp is really just at start up of the unit....if
you keep it 'inside', and fire it up as soon as bringing it outside
you shouldn't have a problem with it's Temp Override.
> Just my .02. I use hot air for roasting, not a Behmor, but a trick for
> roasting in cold weather with a popper is to put the popper into a
> cardboard box. I would think that a person could do something similar with
> a Behmor, perhaps placing the box over the roaster instead of placing the
> roaster into the box (of course exercising appropriate caution to prevent
> fire). In a building with sufficient counter space, the enclosure could be
> permanent, perhaps similar to the appliance garages in some kitchens but in
> a way that allows constant monitoring. Again, just thinking out loud...
> I would be interested in follow-ups regarding what you try and how it works.
> On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 11:07 AM, John Bloom <bloomjc at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for your input. I'm ready to move up to a drum after 30 years of
>> hot air.
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