What grade is the stainless? Choose 304 if you do not know. You probably already have a supplier, but if not choose: www.mcmasters.com
"Coffee leads men to trifle away their time, scald their chops, and spend their money, all for a little base, black, thick, nasty, bitter, stinking nauseous puddle water." ~The Women's Petition Against Coffee, 1674
I've used 400 and 500 mesh stainless for Aeropress filters. They are somewhat fragile (especially the 500 mesh). But I think you'll get excellent results with the Chemex if you treat the mesh with care.
I've used 400 and 500 mesh stainless for Aeropress filters. They are somewhat fragile (especially the 500 mesh). But I think you'll get excellent results with the Chemex is you treat the mesh with care.
Sweet, in true coffee geek fashion I'll run some tests and post them here. I ordered #325 and #400 316 SS mesh, I'll time the how long water gets through each, and with coffee, keeping all else the same. Depending how it goes maybe we can organize a group buy, though those can be a nightmare.
Anyway, I went with the UK company because I got a free sheet of each with my order, A4 size. With trimming ill have some left over for my vaporizer setup
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