Mark Kendall said:
I have a Lido Vittoria 7 kg Coffee Roaster with Yokogawa Roast Profile Control System, Powered Cyclone chaff collector and Miscellaneous Chimney Pieces. (6" ID, approx 15 ft.)
It is equipped with a combustion blower so it will work at higher elevations where most roasters will not.
Price is $14,500.00 OBO plus shipping and crating. actual cost will be quoted after being supplied with shipping address.
Current market value is about $16,500.00
Otherwise may be picked up in Catalina, AZ.
No money oders of any kind. May be paid through Paypal if desired, add 2.9% to price and shipping for this option, to cover Paypal fee
Completely refurbished in 2006 before we purchased it. We have roasted approx 3000 lbs since we purchased it.
It is currently set up for LPG, but we have all components for natural gas conversion. (included)
Serious interested parties only please!
I have more pics as well as a video of it in operation, available upon request.
For more information call Mark at 520..360..5083.
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Trevin Miller said:I am looking for a small batch roaster 1-7kg Know anybody that has one?
Mark Kendall said:
Jaye said:Searching for a smaller 2k-5k roaster. I'm in California US thanks.Is a 7k too big? I'm in Tucson, AZI'm motivated to sell my roaster, lease ended, closed coffee shop, been paying storage for too long. See earlier Post for 7k Lido Vittoria for sale.
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