70 kilo: (1 bag) Sivetz Roaster System - Runs Perfectly! - Used
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70 KILO: (1 BAG) SIVETZ ROASTING SYSTEM
Holy Moly! Check this one out! Here's a 70 kilo/1 bagger original Sivetz Fluid Bed Coffee Roaster that runs perfectly. (They call it a "1 bag" size due to a typical full bag of Columbian green coffee beans is 154 lbs., and that's what the batch size is on this baby.)
It ran perfectly until shut down and dismantled, needing the space. The owner moved over to extreme high quantity drum roasting and no longer needs this type of roasting process/style machine.
If you know a Sivetz, they may not be the prettiest roaster in town, but they run forever and pump out beautiful, air-roasted coffee like no other!
This Sivetz Roaster was originally built in 1995 and completely refurbished in 2005 by Steven Pardini of International Roasting Systems. It includes a Honeywell PLC/touchscreen controller and floor standing mounting rack. No recording device. Thermocouples include Roast Air and Bean Temperature.
Last serviced in 2018, same time it was shut down. Has wiring and ducting diagrams. The roaster comes with an auger loader with an elevated hopper.
This roaster is simply a solid workhorse. Great machine for fans of Sivetz technology. Realistically priced for a solid sale.
The equipment is now dismantled and on pallets, ready for shipping.
|CONDITION:||Good. Ran perfectly when shut down and dismantled|
|LOCATION:||Southern West Coast USA
|YEAR BUILT:||1995, Refurbished 2005
|ORIGINAL MANUALS:||Wiring and Ducting diagrams|
|BURNER FUEL:||Natural Gas
|POWER:||220 Volt/60 Hz, Single Phase|
|INCLUDED EQUIPMENT:||Auger loader with an elevated hopper|
|BATCH ROAST:||Green Coffee: 154 lb (70 kg) per batch.|
|CAPACITY:||Hourly capacity is approximately 450+ lbs. (3 batch runs an hour)|