Batch size: 200 – 1500 grams Electrical: 240 volt Power: 4860 watts Data logging: USB Certificate: CE/RoHS Dimensions (wxdxh): 94 x 67 x 101 cm Weight: 115 kg
The Bideli 1kg electric coffee roaster offers electrical power and airflow controls. Together with bean and environmental temperature displays, the roasting professional is in full control of each roasting process. The double wall drum with effective mixing blades facilitates even and efficient heating. Roast process data logging is available trough USB computer connection. Cleaning and maintenance is simple through large and easy to open access panels.
Roasting Equipment Features:
Heating control using electrical power dial
Airflow control using manual damper
Double wall 304 steel drum 6mm thickness
Double layer cover for insulation
Die cast steel front panel
Large cooling tray
Chaff cyclone with easily removable chaff bucket
Four electric motors for:
Cooling tray air
Cooling tray mixing
USB data logging
Stops heating when target temperature is reached
Heat up function
Wooden handle sampler
Black color with chrome panels
This roaster weighs in at just over 100 kgs which is still manageable, ie liftable, with a little manpower.
The Bideli 1 kg coffee roaster impresses when you see it. A smooth matte black powder coat with chrome panels and polished steel components.
The build quality is superb showing many years experience in building roasters.
The large cooling tray quickly cools down dropped coffee. The led light illuminates the beans through the sight glass and in the tray.
Just under the large hopper is the sliding knob to drop the green beans in to the drum.
The Bideli logo shows their coffee roasting experience since 1993. The environment temperature probe is inserted in the hot air exhaust.
The solid cast iron side plate insulates and holds heat ensuring a stable temperature inside the drum. The bean temperature probe is located to the left of the sight glass on this clockwise rotating drum roaster.
The rear of the roaster shows the large chaff cyclone and the mains on/off switch.
The led light sits on a flexible arm.
The trier is located to the right of the sight glass on this clockwise rotating drum roaster. The trier is weighted to ensure that no beans remain in the trier.
A large chaff container is easily removed for cleaning.
Two large clasps hold the bucket in place.
The right side of the roaster shows the usb connection for data logging as well as the access door for roaster maintenance.
The electric control is offered through a dial that can select the amount of kilowatts that the heater will receive.
The roaster control panel offers three buttons: one to turn the roaster on; one to turn on the cooling; and one to turn on the timer. PIDs show bean temperature and air temperature.
Glowing heating coils can be seen through this window.
Airflow through the drum is controlled by this valve.
This control valve offers incremental control over air flow.