heatgunroast Senior Member Joined: 10 Feb 2003 Posts: 361 Location: Santa Fe Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Dalla Corte Grinder: Mazzer Mini; Zass, Baratza... Vac Pot: Royal Balance Brewer (wanna... Drip: Various press and pour-overs Roaster: Heatgun, Dogbowl
Posted Tue Aug 26, 2003, 1:28pm Subject: Re: Temperature Regulators 101 by Jim Piccinich
A nice intro, Jim. (the others as well). Thanks. I have an Iso Tea with the yellow top p-stat. There's a screw in the center of the top and another screw off to the side. The one at the side appears to have a + and minus side. My adjustment of the center screw (just a smidge of a turn to the left) lowered the reading from a steady 1.4+ to 1.2 gives a little brighter cast to darker roasts--which was what I was after. I didn't touch the other screw.
Now I guess I'm asking for "Temp. Regulators 102" What's the side screw for? How do the 2 work together? What questions should I really be asking? Thanks, Martin
tom_b Senior Member Joined: 19 Aug 2003 Posts: 537 Location: Maui, Hawaii
Espresso: Rancilio Silvia/PID Grinder: Nuova Simonelli MCF Roaster: USPS/Popper
Posted Sat Nov 8, 2003, 9:37pm Subject: Re: Temperature Regulators 101 by Jim Piccinich
A subject dear to the heart of all seeking good espresso. Sure makes the SL90 and superautomatics sound like winners.. Maybe someone with an opinion on these products could comment on their other advantages & flaws..
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