Moisture Meter?

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Moisture Meter?

Postby JackieBillings on Thu Jul 29, 2010 7:29 am

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good, entry level moisture meter? Nothing too fancy... we're a small company and just looking to measure the moisture content of our green over time.
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Re: Moisture Meter?

Postby Andrew Hetzel on Thu Jul 29, 2010 4:47 pm

If looking for green coffee moisture only, I've heard positive things about the Moisture MAC, but have not used it myself. We use a Sinar 6060 for both green and roasted, which works great.
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Re: Moisture Meter?

Postby Gross Andrew on Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:59 pm

The cheapest and easiest way to measure moisture levels over time that I have found is simply filling a beaker full of green beans and then weighing the result, repeat the process as frequently as desired and note the variations. it does NOT give you a percentage of moisture but the costs are equally negligible.
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