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My first attempt at building a roaster
revyve
Well after a bit more work... I added to blowers with a manifold and added in (4) 3400W heat torch elements. Converted everything to true 220 vs the dual 110 circuits I had before. Low and behold my new roaster 3.0 can lift and roast 3 lbs at a time. I think I could actually lift more if I added another manifold since everyone was correct those plastic welder heating elements really cut down on what you can do.
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