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 Good Commercial Coffee Grinder Determine By These 2 Factors 
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Good Commercial Coffee Grinder Determine By These 2 Factors
by: Ebenezer Heng

You might think what is the different between looking for a commercial coffee grinder and one that you use for home. While, for a start, the former requires daily usage while the latter is more infreuqent.

This seemingly insignificant element hold the key to what makes a good commercial coffee grinder. The fact is you can get a home blade coffee grinder for as low as $20, but a commercial grade one usually retails around the range of a few hundreds.

So, getting one that is not suitable for your operation is a costly mistake. While, this article is not able to highlight all the factors that you would need to take note of, knowing these 2 factors should get you a grinder that is reasonably good for your operation.

The first factor that you need to look for in a commercial grinder is the ease of maintenance. Do not focus on the features and what the grinder has, the bottomline is this machine must be easy to use and easy to maintain.

You would be using it daily and so, you would be cleaning it daily. Trust me, no amount of features and regardless of how "cool" the grinder is, in the end, you would wish for a model that is easy to clean.

Another thing that you need to have is the durability of the motor plus a capacity to not generate excess heat.

There are tons of durable motor in the market, but unfortunately, most if not all generate great amount of heat. But, for coffee grinder, if you generate excess heat, you would disspate the flavor of the coffee beans.

One way to look for motor that would not over heat is to look for one that produce high torque at relatively low speed.

I am no engineer, but if you come across marketing material that highlight this factor, you can be assured that in theory, this is a motor that would generate too much heat.

There you have it folks, two factors are all you need to land get yourself a good commercial grade coffee grinder...

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