The Behmor Plus benchtop roaster offers both automatic roasting profiles, supplemented with a manual mode which you can use to ramp the temperatures up or down during the roast.
You can also get a read on the temperature in the drum and on the exhaust and alter the drum speed.
This all means that, along with the professional roaster designed profiles, the seasoned home roaster can take even more control of the roast without work arounds such as adjusting the weight of your beans and opening and shutting the door.
By correctly logging everything you do, these new controls allow you more accurately replicate each roast.
At 75% into a roast, the timer will start blinking. This means you need to press START otherwise the roaster will assume it is unattended and go into cooling in 30 seconds and you will end up with err7.
This safety feature was added to ensure that you monitor the roast - especially near the end of the roast when the oils in the beans start to rise to the surface of the bean.
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|Cooling||Ambient temperature - forced ventilation (takes approx. 10 mins)|
|Construction||Roasting chamber - small grid mesh cylinder|
|Noise||Up to 55dB (approx. 300mm)|
Manufacturers warranty runs for 12 months - covering domestic use only.
These videos were made in the US. You will see some differences to your Behmor Plus - metric instead of imperial settings, celcius instead of fahrenheit and the code on the box is different.
Behmor posted these video on how to do unbox your roaster, complete a system check and do your first roast (exchanging any mention of 1/4 pound for 100g).
Tom, from Sweet Marias, offers a step by step explanation of how to use the roaster - from the moment you open the box.
Joe Behm, who invented the Behmor, gives a great explanation of how the Behmor Plus works.
Tom, now gives an explanation of how he uses the manual feastures on the Behmor 1600+.