[Homeroast] NEW ROASTER! PRIMO!
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Mon Nov 9 15:39:40 CST 2015
Check out Mill City Roasters' 6 kilo roaster for around $12,000 brand new and with many extra features included in the base price.
I bought their 2k model and am completely satisfied, especially after many years of struggling with a home made roaster.
From: Clark Barclay <pedestriancoffee at gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, November 8, 2015 11:38 AM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] NEW ROASTER! PRIMO!
Interesting...ill have to check that out. PS, I'm in the market for a 5 kilo-ish roaster. Any leads, anyone?
> On Nov 8, 2015, at 10:06 AM, Dennis Parham <dparham_is at mac.com> wrote:
> Hey Everyone! Im just about to acquire a new shop roaster!!! :) its a PRIMO PRI-TT-EC 6 LB roaster with all the ducting! Im pretty excited! Ive read its very similar to a Diedrich and in fact the engineers left Diedrich to produce his own line of Roasters … its used but mint condition and setup with data logging! I’m pretty excited! I haven’t posted in a few years but keep up with list :) Ive been on here since 2000 !!!! Ive been using an RK drum and have worked out some pretty consistent roasts but recently realized even though I could drop a 7b batch.. it was too much and too long of a roast.. didn’t bake but drying phase I believe was too long and sucking out some sweetness… Anyway! Anyone working on a PRIMO ?
> Dennis Parham
> Lone Palm Roasters
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> contact at palmbeachroasters.com
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