MOISTURE ANALYSIS, PARTICLE CHARACTERIZATION, COLOR, AND SAMPLING
DIRECT METHOD / RESULTS MATCH OFFICIAL METHOD FOR MOISTURE DETERMINATION IN GREEN COFFEE BEANS
ACCURATE MOISTURE DETERMINATION IN ROASTED COFFEE-SEE VIDEO
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Simply fill the weighing pan
with liquid coffee,
and press the test button.
Results are displayed in % H20
Convert to PPM
Percent to ppm conversion
1% = 1/100
1ppm = 1/1000000
So, one percent is equal to 10000 parts-per million:
1% = 10000ppm
DIRECT METHOD TDS
These glass fiber pads greatly inhibit
Every material has unique thermal emission and absorption characteristics.
Emissivity is a measure of the efficiency in which a surface emits thermal energy. It is equal to the amount of thermal energy it can absorb, once temperature equilibration has been attained.
A black body is a material that is a perfect emitter of heat energy and has an emissivity value of 1. Coffee is in the range of .7 to .9
Here you can see a halogen (Short Wave ir), on the left, and next to it an IR Emitter Heat Source (Mid Range IR), on the right. There is a visible difference in the brightness of the light. The IR Emitter Heat Source, is used for coffee application, as it speeds up the process.
SAMPLE SPECIFIC HEAT SOURCE
4 CHOICES AVAILABLE:
HALOGEN - SHORT WAVE IR
IR EMITTER- MID WAVE IR (BEST FOR COFFEE / TEA)
METAL- LONG WAVE IR (FOOD APPLICATIONS THAT SPECIFY NO GLASS)
MICROWAVE Best for high moisture applications
Easy to use. Many advanced features at an affordable price. Lid automatically opens and closes.