Sample Roaster - 2015 Probat Model 2-Barrel Model BRZ2 - Used
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Probat's 2 Barrel Sample Roaster - Gas
Another roast master dream machine! This is a 2015 model of Probat’s famed and timeless "SR" sample roaster. This one’s the 2 barrel version and fueled by propane.
Current owner no longer needs this sweetheart and has asked CoffeeTec to find it a new home. Lots of solid, sample roasts over the years with not one issue.
Probat's BRZs come with an external blower-powered chaff collector. See pictures.
Probat builds the toughest, most easy to maintain sample roaster currently available in the world. It's the traditional method, where you're using this roaster to make buying decisions for your coffee in a fast cupping comparison session.
It's design is to bring your coffee up to a "cupping" color (number) to set your sample side-by-side with others for making a choice for purchase of the coffee being sampled. This is a fast method of getting that coffee onto the table for comparison.
In a way, you are playing detective in looking for flaws so that you can accept or reject the offered coffee that either meets your standard of it doesn't.
These Probat SRs go FAST!
All roasters are sold as-is. Crating and Shipping not included in the listed price.
|LOCATION:||West Coast USA
|POWER:||110 Volt/60 Hz, Single Phase, 10amp|
|INCLUDED EQUIPMENT:||Chaff Collector and Exhaust ducting as shown in picture
|BATCH ROAST:||Capacity per batch 2.8-3.5 oz/drum|
|22"x19"x26" / 260 lbs.|
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.