Re: [vacpot] Re: Sunbeam C30B filter cup?
Thanks for that report, it is the first time I have
heard a report as to the purpose of that inverted cup
filter. I only hope now I can recall what you said at
a later date..
--- lobsterboy582000 <artzad@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,____________________________________________________________________________________
> "Phil Warner"
> <philwarner@...> wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > I brewed in it this morning with the cup on top
> of the filter and
> measured the brew temp at the prescribed 205
> degrees, the warm temp
> at 165 degrees, and it worked fine but the coffee
> wasn't quite as
> good to our taste as the C20B brewed yesterday; I
> used a little
> more coffee in the 30 and it is a few degrees hotter
> than the 20 and
> has the mesh filter where the 20 had a paper filter.
> I'll try it
> again tomorrow using the same amount of coffee as in
> the 20 and see
> if the wife is happier with it.
> That's the correct assembly: mesh filter, prongs
> with 'inverted' perforated metal cup on top.
> I have a similar Sunbeam unit- here's how they
> describe the filter:
> "The new Sunbeam Coffeemaster Jet Action stainless
> steel filter gives
> amazingly efficient filtering because of its
> 'jet-action' principle.
> The new filter features a scientifically designed
> stainless steel
> dome, with a hole on one side through which the
> freshly made coffee
> rushes in a concentrated, jet-like stream as it
> descends to the lower
> vessel through the stainless steel mesh filter. This
> different filtering principle insures a constant
> swirling stream of
> the coffee against the filter which keeps coffee
> grounds from
> clogging the wire mesh and impeding filtering
> There you have it, Cheers
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