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Topic: USRC cooling > Almost getting to feel proficient (2 msgs / 46 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
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Haven't timed it but depends on batch size and degree of roast. I know up to
5# batch a couple minutes to cool to the touch no problem. Haven't taken max
capacity 8# batches into production yet, only done a couple test runs. Do
have potential stir/forced air cooling concerns biggest batches but my USRC
roaster is equipment to deal with that too. Will be testing brief in drum
quench before dump.
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2) From: Brett Mason
Be careful in testing the Brief in your roaster.  Unless you're doing
the India Anokhi, with its barnyard notes, or a deep earthy
Indonesian....
Remember, you're garnering votes for Ohana, but you don't want a
competition with Omygawd...
Brett
On 3/13/08, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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