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Burrs grinding blades

Burrs grinding blades

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At some point in the life of your coffee grinder it will occur that the coffee grinding won’t be that accurate as they used to. This can occur with any coffee grinder, doesn’t matter if you have a hand grinder or a electric grinder. But this would be the ideal moment to replace your grinding burrs on your espresso grinder

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If you want to replace the grinding burrs on your coffee grinder you need to look at various features, seen there are a wide selection of coffee grinding burrs available. Which aren’t interchangeable with each other in most cases.

 

What kind of brand of coffee grinder do I have?

This might be one of the more important questions, what kind of brand coffee grinder do I have and also which model of espresso grinder. Seen parts of a Mahlkönig coffee grinder aren’t interchangeable with spare parts of a Mazzer coffee grinder.

 

Which materials are used for coffee grinding burrs?

In most cases coffee grinding burrs are made from steel or ceramic. You will find ceramic grinding burrs mainly on hand held grinders and domestic coffee grinders. Where you find the steel coffee grinding burrs on commercial espresso grinders, such as with brands likeCompakMazzer, Eureka and Nuova Simonelli. There is with, high end, coffee grinding burrs in some cases also a option for coated coffee grinding burrs. Like with a Nanotech, Titanium or a Red speed coating.

 

Which types of coffee grinding burrs are made on commercial espresso machines?

On commercial coffee grinders you will find 2 types of coffee grinding burrs, the most common size is the flat grinding burr is the most common model. The next type are the conical grinding burrs, in a rarity you do also have a semi conical model this can be found on La San Marco coffee grinders.

A flat grinding burr sat is relatively simple, you have a upper and lower grinding burr. The lower one is connected to the coffee grinder motor, so that one rotates. The upper burr is the stationary, one. Note: both grinding burrs are identical. With the upper grinding burr you adjust the distance between the grinding burrs, by turning the burr holder clock or counterclockwise.

In the case of conical grinding burrs you have a inner and outer grinding burr. In this case the inner disc is also the one which rotates, the outer grinding burr is the one which is the stationary. With the outer grinding burr you also change the distance between the inner and the outer one.

 

I have installed new coffee grinder burrs, but I can’t get my ground coffee fine enough?

This is a common issue when you install new grinding burrs on your coffee grinder. Seen you need to calibrate your new grinding blades, you can’t just 1:1 replace them and expect the same. A other issue can be that the coffee grinding burrs are out of alignment, mainly caused by old coffee on surfaces. It rarely happens that a coffee grinding burr has a production error which causes this, the same with optically different burrs then your current one.

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