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Optimum Green Bean Charge
200 grams 200 grams 0%[0 Votes]
300 grams 300 grams 7%[1 Vote]
400 grams 400 grams 0%[0 Votes]
500 grams 500 grams 47%[7 Votes]
600 grams 600 grams 13%[2 Votes]
700 grams 700 grams 0%[0 Votes]
800 grams 800 grams 0%[0 Votes]
900 grams 900 grams 0%[0 Votes]
1000 grams 1000 grams 20%[3 Votes]
Greater than 1000 grams Greater than 1000 grams 13%[2 Votes]
Total Votes : 15
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Preferred Green Bean Charge Amount
CK
The first in a series of polls looking for long term feedback on what a typical home roaster would prefer for a green bean charge size on a hobbyist fluid bed roaster. There's no right or wrong, just individual preferences.
renatoa
There's no right or wrong, just existing hardware capabilities.
There are specific quantities niches that simply cant't be covered by existing popular tubes used as roast chambers, and also blowers.

Also, practice impose roasting batches as subdivisions of the green beans bag: 250, 333 grams, or the imperial equivalent subdivisions of pound, instead other apparently more logical criteria, as weekly consumption or so...
So, I would vote 300 grams above, the closest to my weekly routine, but this choice will leave me aside 100 grams per each bag of one kg, every three roasts. So for me the right answer is 333 g.

Just a morning rant, while drinking my coffee Grin
CK

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renatoa wrote:

There's no right or wrong, just existing hardware capabilities.
There are specific quantities niches that simply can't be covered by existing popular tubes used as roast chambers, and also blowers.


Renatoa, you're correct in saying "existing capabilities." Therein lies the beauty of innovation towards something novel and undiscovered. Let's push the limits and look for an improved way of home roasting with the limitations of a household circuit.

Thanks for the feedback on this thread.
renatoa
When I wrote the above assumed DIY builds, if we are talking about a manufactured product, so custom machined parts, then... do we have enough quotes in Start Trek for this case ? Grin
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