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12 kilo Probat L12 - 1990 Complete Refurb - Runs Very Good - Used

$29,500.00

Description

Fully Refurbished Classic Probat L12!

You have to check this one out!

Pride of ownership on this one! Owner just finished fully refurbishing this beautiful Probat L12 Coffee Roaster. And WOW! You could eat off this thing! Hammered stainless finish, classic black in finish. 1990 model, but just been brought back to full life!

This machine was used for 16 years after purchasing then shut down in 2019, then went through the refurb. Burner fuel is natural gas. Runs on 110v. Hasn't ran for 3 years. Owner letting go as has acquired a new Probat P12-2 machine.

THIS ONE COMES WITH MORE TREATS! New bearings, burners, and igniter were installed in 2018 right before shut down. Has been upgraded to food-grade wiper arms.

In production, this workhorse on a strong 6 hr. production day, full capacity 25 lb. batch @ 4 batches p/hr. would roast over 600 lbs. of coffee per day with no problems. Probats are strong, solid machines that carry the reputation that holds up.

Better grab this one quick. It's not going to be on the market very long!

CONTACT SALES DIRECT @ 650-569-0170 to discuss getting this to your roastery!

All roasters are sold as-is. Crating and Shipping not included in the listed price. 

 

DETAILS:

CONDITION: Very Good
LOCATION: Eastern USA
YEAR BUILT: 1990, Complete Refurb 2022 
LAST USED: 2019
LAST SERVICE: Just completely refurbished
ORIGINAL MANUALS: n/a
POWER: 110v
FUEL: Natural Gas
INCLUDED EQUIPMENT: n/a
CAPACITY: 25 lbs. p/batch, 4 batches p/hr.
DIMS & WEIGHT: 59" L x 36" W x 76" H - 1400 lbs.

 

Probat Roasters 

 

ABOUT PROBAT

Since 1868, PROBAT has stood for pioneering solutions in the processing of coffee. They have become the world market leader in machinery and systems for the coffee and food industry. They boast consistently high-quality coffee, best life-cycle costs and performance, and individual

Probat's vision expresses what we plan to achieve over the coming years: Everyone, who wants to learn about roasting and processing coffee, asks PROBAT first.