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Posted Mon May 19, 2014, 10:36pm
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1 bottomless portfilter
1 used 12gr filter
1 used E61 group gigleur
2 o-rings
1 rubber disk ( the style used for back flushing)
1 digital thermometer with capillary probe ( i hope this is the correct English description)

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Posted Tue May 20, 2014, 4:34am
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Posted Tue May 20, 2014, 7:11am
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I would suggest adding an adjustable needle valve to allow you to regulate a water flow to emulate the conditions of an extraction.

 
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Posted Wed May 21, 2014, 8:40pm
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Thank you for the suggestion which is worthy ;-)
As first own "prototype" ;-))),  i wanted to use only used parts i have in home, and the assembling time with this solution has been less than 10 minutes, i spent more time to seeking where were the parts.
I even realized that using a bottomless port filter allowed me to dismantle the "device" quickly and reuse the port filter as normal use.
Maybe i could emulate an extraction flowing rate just sealing a part of filter, but will not be possible to regulate it, i will see.  

 

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I would suggest adding an adjustable needle valve to allow you to regulate a water flow to emulate the conditions of an extraction.

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