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Topic: New office coffee pot (4 msgs / 63 lines)
1) From: Jack Berry
Just got a new drip system for the office. It's made by Curtis (AP500
model), has programmable water volume & brew temperature and brews into air
pots. Also has a hot water tap. It's being plumbed up to a filter system
this week.
I've been sharing home roast with the addicts in the office and there pumped
about trying it out. Problem for me is it takes as much as 4oz. coffee per
pot. That's more than my HWP will roast at on time. Ah nuts, now I'll have
to get a bigger roaster! If it isn't one bottle neck, it's another!
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2) From: Rick Farris
Jack mentions:
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How much does it brew?  A quart-and-a-half?  Two quarts?
Consider yourself lucky.  There was one guy in here who used eight CUPS of
coffee per pot.  :-)
-- Rick
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3) From: Jack Berry
It brews 2.2 litres at full capacity. The volume is
programmable so I can reduce that but it has to land
where others can use it for the other stuff.
Afraid I'd go broke brewing with 8 cups per pot!
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4) From: Rick Farris
Two grams/oz of water (4oz = ~120g, 2.2l = ~70oz) is a little high for me,
but well within the norms around here...


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