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    Mar 2005

    Exhaust gas from a roaster

    the offgas from a roaster...i mean it smells and when you have the shop very near to your neighbours they get more experience in coffee then they really want....
    I looked for some afterburners but i think they are horrible expensive for a stupid butanburner..

    What about ozone ? it is really strong and i have a good distributor and could get a nice price there for a generator who clears vent air from dust and smell..

    Is that possible with these kind of offgas ??

    There was a little one-eyed gunner who killed all the beans that died last summer.....



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