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  • The Art & Science of Roasting by Heat or Method

    This is a must see for all CS members that are into Roasting

    Educational in its content with video animations
    (accessible from tabs on bottom of page)

    Learn all about
    1) Different heat methods eg Convective, conductive ect

    2) Green Bean Properties

    3) Different roast chamber types (click roasters tab) eg solid drum, fluid bed ect

    http://www.whydontwehavethisguy.com/_WDWHTG/portfolio/Showcase/PBAT101.swf

    This is a very comprehensive tutorial, but easily understandable by the lay person :-/

    You will need shockwave to view it

    Tell me what you think
    And if you have you come away with more understanding about how different coffee roasting methods work.

    (Remember not all good finds are on the first page of a search )

    KK

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    Re: The Art & Science of Roasting by Heat or Method

    Wow

    My brain hurts...must be a lay layman

    That is a fantastic resource KK

    Chris

    think I need a lie down

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    • #3
      Re: The Art & Science of Roasting by Heat or Method

      Originally posted by 545C444E53370 link=1237433382/1#1 date=1237436423
      Wow

      My brain hurts...must be a lay layman

      That is a fantastic resource KK

      Chris

      think I need a lie down
      I went back in it to play around with the buttons adding beans to see how they travel on different roasters

      So I have surmised that my Turbo Roaster is
      Heat = Convection with slight fan forced air
      Roast chamber = Is closest to Packed Bed (without the forced air and the turning bowl)

      http://www.whydontwehavethisguy.com/_WDWHTG/portfolio/Showcase/PBAT101.swf

      KK

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      • #4
        Re: The Art & Science of Roasting by Heat or Method

        KK, great stuff !

        Will give it a bit more time later, Cheers !

        Chris

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