pstam Senior Member Joined: 27 Jan 2004 Posts: 2,297 Location: Beijing Expertise: Professional
Espresso: ECM, SAN MARCO, EURO 2000 Grinder: MAZZER Vac Pot: YES Drip: YES Roaster: YES, HOME STYLE
Posted Fri Mar 8, 2013, 3:33am Subject: Comparing Anfim Caimano on Demand and Mazzer SJ
I'm in Beijing, and it's quite dry air so the static electricity is quite normal and strong. For the Mazzer SJ, the coffee ground is normal and like dry sanders. While for Anfim, the coffee ground is like wet sands and packing (is that right?). This is out of my imagination, due to the different parameters for the two grinders. The rotation speed for Mazzer is 1400 or 1600 rpm while 800 rpm for Anfim. As general understanding, the low rotation of the grinder's motor should result a dry sanders but the fact seems not. Is any ideas about this fact?
Or, am I explain it clearly?
Peter in Beijing ------------------- http://www.kaffa.cn/ ------------------- I am looking for the way and the place to extend our trainning courses.
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