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Instead of roasting. Buy a nitrogen flushing storage system. But...based on your posts you are looking for a hobby at sea. I believe where you will be frustrated is with the flair. Just too finicky to be assembling in a bobbing boat. Robot is probably a better fit.
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I am thinking about a new kettle for my work pour over setup. I am currently using a bonavita variable temp electric kettle. I am thinking about the fellow stagg ekg as I've read it has great control over the pour. I was wondering if anyone has any other suggestions for a gooseneck kettle that has good pour control? I feel like my bonavita can pour too quickly sometimes making it hard to control f...
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I have found on my system, the inlet pressure gauge is only accurate when the boiler is actually filling. So if your solenoid is not engaged and water is not flowing, you adjusting pressure won't do anything to the gauge. As someone mentioned, extra inlet pressure won't really affect anything with your machine, and certainly not your shots. If you want to test it out, turn your machine off when up...
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Important thing is we are happy with what we have and feel confident the gear will last and be dependable. I feel good with the M47 and I can trust it to deliver consistent results, and I trust its manufacture, couldn't want more no? Until upgraditis hits and I go nuts of course :)