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  1. #11
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    I found the answer to my problem the drum was not spinning fast enough to remove the chaff.

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    Actually maintenance is very easy just dump out the ash and that's it

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    Here is a wood roasting systems with direct flame mines not so fancy but I can do 3 pounds at a time

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMIBeku4mgY&sns=em

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    Quote Originally Posted by MillCityRoasters View Post
    Coffee-Tech Engineering in Israel offers a wood fired version of their 15 kg Ghibli commercial production roaster. It uses a heat exchange system to prevent woodsmoke from tainting the roast.

    Ghibli Firewood Commercial | Coffee-tech Engineering

    I looked at it it still uses the wood to impart flavor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolbuddie View Post
    I looked at it it still uses the wood to impart flavor
    I looked at that roaster. First it is a huge roaster with a special firebox. The temps in that firebox are so high that it will not be creating any creosote. Any "flavoring" that it imparts to the beans would be minimal due to such.

    Len
    "I believe humans get a lot done, not because we're smart, but because we have thumbs so we can make coffee." ~Flash Rosenberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffeeroastersclub View Post
    I looked at that roaster. First it is a huge roaster with a special firebox. The temps in that firebox are so high that it will not be creating any creosote. Any "flavoring" that it imparts to the beans would be minimal due to such.

    Len
    Well its been a few months since I started wood fire roasting and it's been a huge success. I have added the coffee to our farmers market offerings and sellout every time which is a good indicator that the summer will be even better since winter markets are slow. the comment's that I get are the coffee is smooth and flavorful with a slight smoky finish.

 

 
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