BUNN GVH-1

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redbone

#1: Post by redbone » Feb 21, 2019, 12:56 pm

New BUNN GVH-1, 120V -Visual Hopper Grinder- 1lb, 2lb or 3lb.

http://www.bunn.com/coffee-grinders

Specs: https://catalog.bunn.com/public/docs/00 ... 0.0100.PDF

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#2: Post by Madman13 » Feb 22, 2019, 3:21 pm

"340° dial resolution for precise tuning of grind particle size"

Assuming the grinder has the same particle size range as the G-1 does this mean that the pitch of the adustment screw is about twice as fine as the 180 degree adjustment on the G-1? If so (and assuming this can be retrofitted to the G-1 model) perhaps this will allow enough fine gradiation in the espresso range to use without the fine adjustment screw mod.

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#3: Post by [creative nickname] » Feb 22, 2019, 4:01 pm

That is cool to see! Hopefully they haven't made any internal changes that make retrofitting a Ditting 804 burrset harder than it is on a G-series grinder...
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redbone

#4: Post by redbone » Feb 22, 2019, 4:36 pm

Looked up size and weight of machine and did some comparisons. Real difference in depth in weight vs popular Eureka 75mm burr grinders.

BUNN GV-1

Height 65.5 cm
Width 29.2 cm
Depth 40.1 cm
Weight 25.492 kg

BUNN G1

Height 57.9 cm
Width 18.5 cm
Depth 40.6 cm
Weight 25.492 kg

ATOM SPECIALITY 75

Height 57.0 cm
Width 18.0 cm
Depth 22.7 cm
Weight 9,5 kg

Olympus 75E

Height 63.7 cm
Width 24.0 cm
Depth 27.5 cm
Weight 13 kg
Between order and chaos there is espresso.
Semper discens.


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#5: Post by ira » Feb 22, 2019, 4:40 pm

The pictures of the burrs look just like the older ones so I assume popping in SSP burrs will be simple. But checking burr P/Ns will probably give you a better idea.

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#6: Post by Coffeecityzen » Feb 25, 2019, 1:36 am

There seems to be some kind of clamp on there too. Would be interesting, just like the adjustment assembly, if that could be retrofitted. My Bunnzilla would appreciate it.