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Topic: Larger-than-250g roaster? (2 msgs / 41 lines)
1) From: Rich
It is possible to have the required 220v service at the roasting 
location.  This can be a DIY project depending on your skill set. 
Natural gas or propane is also doable.  Venting is not a big issue 
either.  Insurance and modifications to rented/leased space is a bit of 
a problem.  You can put the 12k Diedrich in the living room if you own 
the house and just don't burn it down with it.  The major problem is 
finding the roaster.
On 12/08/2010 11:35 AM, Kysh wrote:
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2) From: Hank Perkins
The 1 pound roaster I got a quote on was $4,500 with no options and
excluded crating and shipping.
The 1 Kilo roaster was $6,500 again no options and no shipping.  I
don't remember the weights but both were over 100 pounds.
As I recall, the IR12 is north of $15,000 but I did not get a price here.
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