A thought (I have them every now and then) what about using a food-grad poly
barrels set up on rollers? You could toss the coffee in, rotate the barrel a
few time, and dump out. Maybe even put some mixing blades in that when
reversed would push the coffee out (like a cement mixer). There are some
engineering problems to address, but nothing too big I think.
There's a guy in Portland who sells the barrels for rainwater collection if
you want contact info I have it at the office somewhere. We've used the
barrels to move live fish around in the backs of pickup trucks.
On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 7:12 PM, miKe mcKoffee wrote:
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