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Posted Thu Aug 1, 2013, 3:09pm
Subject: Behmor 1600 home roaster help needed
 

Hello everyone, I'm looking to buy the Behmor 1600 home roaster sometime In the near future. Can someone give my there settings they use for certain roast's?Preferably settings you use for Medium/Dark roast's like Italian and french or whatever else that have turned out as good results In the cup. Thanks!

 
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Posted Thu Aug 1, 2013, 7:01pm
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Settings vary from house to house because of voltage. I typically use P1 if I want to get a dark roast since it is the highest heat setting for the entire duration of the roast. Also, especially if you want to roast dark, you need to stick with 1/2lb roasts on the 1lb setting. Like I said, it varies, but afaik, most Behmor users would say the same.
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Posted Thu Aug 1, 2013, 7:10pm
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Does "P1" have a automatic time and heat setting? Or Is there a specific time and heat setting you use?

 
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Posted Thu Aug 1, 2013, 7:16pm
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P1 is the specific heat setting. I start with "A" for time and then add more if I need it. I never roast based on time alone - always by sight and sound (1st and 2nd crack).
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