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Roasting safety
Dear fellow roasters, I would like to ask you a question regarding the ventilation of your machines.
I am making my first roasts with coffee after having tested the performance of the machine in vacuum. My machine is a 1 kg capacity gas drum roaster.
Unexpectedly I find myself with a discomfort in my respiratory tract at the moment of roasting and it affects me several hours or days after roasting.
The machine extracts the fumes, but in the room I can smell the coffee as it is roasting, that is to say that some of the smoke is escaping.
My question is, is it possible that this little bit of smoke generates an irritation of the respiratory tract, have you perceived something like that in your experiences?
I attach a picture of my machine where you can see the ventilation system.
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