Grinder that will grind 250Gm bags in one hit?

robster

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Hi there,

We are in need of a coffee grinder that you can empty the contents of a 250Gm bag into the hopper and have it grind the beans, in one hit, and dispence them back into the bag that has been placed into the base.

I've seen these in supermarkets though they are much larger than we need.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated :)


Rob
 

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How many of these bags will you grind and how often? You must consider the number of cycles in addition to the size of each batch.
 
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It's hard to say at present, but it would be fair to say about 6-10 bags a week. That may change of course, I'd like to get it to 10+ bags a week but realistically I think 6-10 is a good start...


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Would anyone have any advice based on that then?

All help appreciated :)

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correct me if I am wrong..but 250 grams is only a bit over half a pound..is this for personal use?
 
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:)

250gm bags are standard in Australia. We have a shop that sells 250gm bags, but our beans are whole beans and some of our clients request them ground. So I am after a grinder that I can empty the contents of a 250gm bag into the top of and put the bag in the bottom and have it freshly grind the beans for the client, right there in front of them.

Is there a machine that can do this in one go?

Thanks,

Rob
 
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