Coffee roasters 68

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STA 120 COFFEE FACTORY

€92,400

Year: 2004

LOCATION: Croatia

€92,400


Capacity:480 kg
Vittoria 120 Kg Coffee roaster

€77,000

Year: 2000

LOCATION: Italy

€77,000


Capacity:120 kg
Titanium TG-5

€11,400

Year: 2017

LOCATION: Thailand

€11,400


Capacity:5 kg
Used Petroncini T.C.R. 15 Kg Coffee roaster

€18,900

Year: 2016

LOCATION: Italy

€18,900


Capacity:15 kg
Used Sheffild Italy 120 Coffee roaster

€33,400

Year: 1988

LOCATION: Croatia

€33,400


Capacity:120 kg
Petroncini 20

€16,700

Year: 1998

LOCATION: Croatia

€16,700


Capacity:15 kg
Nova 125 Coffee roaster

€12,300

Year: 2003

LOCATION: Spain

€12,300


Capacity:50 kg
Used Scolari Italy 240 factory Coffee roaster

€232,000

Year: 1998

LOCATION: Croatia

€232,000


Capacity:960 kg
Coffed VG 22 NEW COFFEE ROASTER

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2017

LOCATION: Poland

PRICE ON REQUEST


Capacity: -
Coffee Roaster 300kg

€45,900

Year: 2011

LOCATION: India

€45,900


Capacity:300 kg
Used Petroncini T.C.R. 5 Kg Coffee roaster

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2016

LOCATION: Italy

PRICE ON REQUEST


Capacity:5 kg
Titanium Roasters 2.5 kgs + Phidget

€8,100

Year: 2016

LOCATION: Thailand

€8,100


Capacity: -
Used Vittoria VT150 Coffee roaster

€55,000

Year: 1995

LOCATION: Italy

€55,000


Capacity: -
Probat Probat GO 240 Coffee roaster

€36,100

Year: 60

LOCATION: Colombia

€36,100


Capacity:240 kg
Used STA STA 30 Coffee roaster

€38,900

Year: 2005

LOCATION: Italy

€38,900


Capacity:30 kg
Coffeetool R60-75 Coffee roaster

€109,000

Year: 2013

LOCATION: Greece

€109,000


Capacity:60 kg
Used Trabattoni TP240 Coffee roaster

€43,400

Year:

LOCATION: Italy

€43,400


Capacity:240 kg
Petroncini MCR1000 Coffee grinder

PRICE ON REQUEST

Year: 2000

LOCATION: Poland

PRICE ON REQUEST


Capacity: -
Malconic Mal120stst Coffee roaster

€55,000

Year: 2016

LOCATION: Lebanon

€55,000


Capacity: -

Presentation of coffee roaster machines

The coffee roaster belongs to the category of food machinery.

Function of a coffee roaster machine

A coffee roaster machine operates using the chemical properties of green coffee beans and transforming them into roasted coffee products. It’s this machine that produces the final taste of coffee.
The operation occurs in a circular or cylindrical grill, called the roaster. The roaster is a gas heated/electrical/wood tool that is in permanent rotation so that the grains are roasted uniformly and without being burned.

The heat, which is distributed through a furnace, consists of refractory bricks and slabs; the green coffee beans arrive from a hopper at the top of the unit. They are then introduced into a horizontal cylinder, lined with metal blades that will agitate for the duration of the roasting. When coffee is introduced into the cylinder, the temperature is between 180 ° C and 220 ° C. The arrival of a cold mass of material makes the temperature drop to 120 ° C. It will rise to 200 ° C in 15 minutes.
After roasting, the coffee beans change colour, and decrease in volume: 150 kg before roasting, it drops to 120 because of grain water loss. (for a classique machine contenance)

The most common roasting machines come in two basic types: drum and hot-air.

Main advantages of the coffee roaster

The main advantage of this machine is that it can accommodate various quantities of coffee. As the process of this equipment is quite simple (it’s all about heating the raw coffee beans), it’s possible for it to operate continuously without any human intervention. Furthermore, the price of this machine is quite affordable. However, a good understanding of this machine is necessary, and a perfect heating temperature has to be found; if it’s too hot, the beans will be damaged. Not enough heat, and the beans will be tasteless.

With Exapro, you can filter your searches according to the machine’s coffee capacity (in kilos).

You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

This machine is used by industrial coffee producers. But it’s also possible to find this machine in coffee stores. There are also home roasting machines available. The current Exapro catalogue has more than fifty used industrial coffee roasters.

Coffee roasters manufacturers

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the highest quality international manufacturers, such as Probat coffee roaster for sale, Petroncini coffee roasters, Vittoria coffee roasters, and many other popular products. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It’s also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check out one of our used coffe roasters with the Scolari 120 kg

Presentation of coffee roaster machines

The coffee roaster belongs to the category of food machinery.

Function of a coffee roaster machine

A coffee roaster machine operates using the chemical properties of green coffee beans and transforming them into roasted coffee products. It’s this machine that produces the final taste of coffee.
The operation occurs in a circular or cylindrical grill, called the roaster. The roaster is a gas heated/electrical/wood tool that is in permanent rotation so that the grains are roasted uniformly and without being burned.

The heat, which is distributed through a furnace, consists of refractory bricks and slabs; the green coffee beans arrive from a hopper at the top of the unit. They are then introduced into a horizontal cylinder, lined with metal blades that will agitate for the duration of the roasting. When coffee is introduced into the cylinder, the temperature is between 180 ° C and 220 ° C. The arrival of a cold mass of material makes the temperature drop to 120 ° C. It will rise to 200 ° C in 15 minutes.
After roasting, the coffee beans change colour, and decrease in volume: 150 kg before roasting, it drops to 120 because of grain water loss. (for a classique machine contenance)

The most common roasting machines come in two basic types: drum and hot-air.

Main advantages of the coffee roaster

The main advantage of this machine is that it can accommodate various quantities of coffee. As the process of this equipment is quite simple (it’s all about heating the raw coffee beans), it’s possible for it to operate continuously without any human intervention. Furthermore, the price of this machine is quite affordable. However, a good understanding of this machine is necessary, and a perfect heating temperature has to be found; if it’s too hot, the beans will be damaged. Not enough heat, and the beans will be tasteless.

With Exapro, you can filter your searches according to the machine’s coffee capacity (in kilos).

You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

This machine is used by industrial coffee producers. But it’s also possible to find this machine in coffee stores. There are also home roasting machines available. The current Exapro catalogue has more than fifty used industrial coffee roasters.

Coffee roasters manufacturers

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the highest quality international manufacturers, such as Probat coffee roaster for sale, Petroncini coffee roasters, Vittoria coffee roasters, and many other popular products. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It’s also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check out one of our used coffe roasters with the Scolari 120 kg

Presentation of coffee roaster machines

The coffee roaster belongs to the category of food machinery.

Function of a coffee roaster machine

A coffee roaster machine operates using the chemical properties of green coffee beans and transforming them into roasted coffee products. It’s this machine that produces the final taste of coffee.
The operation occurs in a circular or cylindrical grill, called the roaster. The roaster is a gas heated/electrical/wood tool that is in permanent rotation so that the grains are roasted uniformly and without being burned.

The heat, which is distributed through a furnace, consists of refractory bricks and slabs; the green coffee beans arrive from a hopper at the top of the unit. They are then introduced into a horizontal cylinder, lined with metal blades that will agitate for the duration of the roasting. When coffee is introduced into the cylinder, the temperature is between 180 ° C and 220 ° C. The arrival of a cold mass of material makes the temperature drop to 120 ° C. It will rise to 200 ° C in 15 minutes.
After roasting, the coffee beans change colour, and decrease in volume: 150 kg before roasting, it drops to 120 because of grain water loss. (for a classique machine contenance)

The most common roasting machines come in two basic types: drum and hot-air.

Main advantages of the coffee roaster

The main advantage of this machine is that it can accommodate various quantities of coffee. As the process of this equipment is quite simple (it’s all about heating the raw coffee beans), it’s possible for it to operate continuously without any human intervention. Furthermore, the price of this machine is quite affordable. However, a good understanding of this machine is necessary, and a perfect heating temperature has to be found; if it’s too hot, the beans will be damaged. Not enough heat, and the beans will be tasteless.

With Exapro, you can filter your searches according to the machine’s coffee capacity (in kilos).

You can also narrow down the results based on the location of the machine, year of the equipment and the machine’s manufacturer.

Area of use of these machines

This machine is used by industrial coffee producers. But it’s also possible to find this machine in coffee stores. There are also home roasting machines available. The current Exapro catalogue has more than fifty used industrial coffee roasters.

Coffee roasters manufacturers

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the highest quality international manufacturers, such as Probat coffee roaster for sale, Petroncini coffee roasters, Vittoria coffee roasters, and many other popular products. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It’s also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check out one of our used coffe roasters with the Scolari 120 kg

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