Commercial 1950's UNO Coffee roaster for salegreenspun.com : LUSENET : Coffee Related Buy/Sell/Trade : One Thread
My brother has an UNO coffee roaster. Circa 1950... Gas fired with electric rotating drum. Takes about 8lb of coffee per batch. Wood & cast iron construction. Similar models are being used in local coffee retailers. Suitable for mega home enthusiastor or start up coffee shop. please email me and I will forward information onto my brother.....
-- Dick Beddoe (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 07, 1999
I am interested in said roaster, but have no idea as to the price, ventilation , and electrical requirements of such a unit, please reply
-- Michael Donahue (MDCLAN5@int-tch.com), January 05, 2000.
subject: coffee bean roaster. Please contact with information on machine, price? Ability to view? thank you Joshua Bailey Espresso Metod Services 56 stanley point road DEONPORT AUCKLAND 1309 NEW ZEALAND
-- joshua bailey (email@example.com), April 13, 2000.
If you haven't sold it I would like some more info. Thanks,or if you know any body else with a 5 to 25lb capacity roaster for sale.
-- Jesse Day (Jesse1455@aol.com), February 02, 2001.
snap! so do i. they usually use domestic power for a small rotating motor.mine is 240v single phase 50hz, it naturally ventilates which means it needs a hood style extractor.the constuction is brass and oak with 4 individual drums,and brass cogs and gears driven with a leather belt,value around $1500 for commercial and antiquity combined, offers on obviously.i have 4 other small commercial roasters available.commercial espresso machines?i own about 65 all up, i rent them, fix them and sell them, i also own a coffee shop....questions coffee people???
-- roger baker (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 22, 2002.
I am also interested in the Uno Roaster. Let me know if it is still available. Regards A.Orifici
-- Alex Orifici (email@example.com), December 08, 2002.
I am interested in buying a small Roaster(approximately 5-20 lb);could you give me some prices and descriptions.
-- Don Proudfoot (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 13, 2003.
I am also interested in a small used commercial coffee roaster at reasonable price for home use. Please email if you have one or have any leads. Thanks.
-- Ron Horowitz (email@example.com), March 20, 2003.
I´m alos interested in an used roaster 2-10lbs.maybe you could send some infos and prices
-- robert ross (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 25, 2003.
I would be interested in your roaster, as well as other roasters of 2 - 3 lbs capacity. Please email me with information regarding the price, conditions for purchase and location of the roaster.
-- Dom Deluchi (email@example.com), July 21, 2003.
I am interested in a small Coffee Roaster for a small Roasting Business. Can you tell me what you have available for sale?
-- MOPARMAN (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 01, 2003.
I am interested in a low-end used coffee roaster for a new business. Any ideas?
-- Mario J Gonzalez (email@example.com), September 24, 2003.
Interested in a used coffee roaster for startup commercial business. Please contact me by e-mail or call 631-493-0489.
-- Andy Schwartz (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 08, 2003.
Looking for a reasonably priced used roaster in good shape. Capacity needed 5-20 lbs, maybe bigger.
-- Max Kennedy (email@example.com), March 31, 2004.
seeking fairly modern drum roaster approx.12 kilos. (used) thanks
-- Charles Rake (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 21, 2004.
Hi to one and all, I am a coffee nut, mainly because I ran a fresh coffee business for 11 years and roasted 1 ton of coffe per week on a uno 7lb roaster, I am considering roasting for fun or teaching others to roast and blend different beans ect,I may be interested in buying a roaster like the uno if the price is right UK £? Here is a thought for coffee nuts, you can blend hundreds of coffes from 3 different beans and grinds with a uno.
Yours the Master Roaster peter
-- peter pitts (email@example.com), July 29, 2004.
I have found a coffee roaster but we have not talked prices as yet...this coffee roaster was made in the 50's and is gas fired with an electric powered drum...does anyone have any ideas on prices...please let me know...thanks...Don
-- Don Lariviere (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 22, 2004.
I am interested a a working coffee roaster. 5 to 25 pound capacity. Please let me have the price, location, condition, and availability.
-- Marvin Schulman (Mush1511@att.net), October 14, 2004.
Hi All I see a lot of interest in small roasters. I am Andy I own Bad Andy's Coffee & Smoke Shop in bullhead city Ariz. Through time reserch and lack of money I have built a few different roasters in the last few years.A this time I am building two more. For info to do it yourself or to order a roaster built. email me I enjoy my work. Bad Andy
-- Andy Palmer (email@example.com), November 21, 2004.
You should check out my site, coffeetec.com. We are one of the main online sellers and resellers of coffee equipment, used and new in the world. We are a small operation out of Redwood City, CA USA but we operate all over the world.
Are you still looking for a roaster?
-- Tom Higbey (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2005.