EU Standard Wear Resistance Ceramic Espresso Coffee Grinder Parts
EU Standard Wear Resistance Ceramic Espresso Coffee Grinder Parts General Introduction of Ceramic Coffee Grinding Burrs
|Sample||Free Samples Supported|
|Customized Service||OEM, ODM, Prototyping, Trial Order Supported|
|Usage||Manual Coffee Maker / Coffee Mill Accessories|
|Burr Type||Conical Burr|
|Transport Package||Individual Package|
|Specification||Standard or Customized|
Product DescriptionEU Standard Wear Resistance Ceramic Espresso Coffee Grinder Parts
General Introduction of Ceramic Coffee Grinding Burrs
Coffee grinders are divided into household and commercial according to their use. Ceramic burrs, often found in manual coffee grinders, are harder and last longer even though they're not quite as sharp as steel when brand new. In terms of the coffee taste, ceramic burr grinders have been found to produce a more traditional flavour. Our ceramic burrs for coffee grinders are available in 95%/99%/99.5% alumina. The product you're looking at is made of 95% alumina. High purity alumina as a fine ceramic material is widely used in making burr grinders. This material has superb performances in wear resistance, corrosion resistance and environmental protection.Main Advantages of Ceramic Coffee Grinding Burrs1. The ceramic grinding burr has a longer lifespan than metal.2. It will never rust.3. Eco-friendly, healthy, electroless, no rust, safer than stainless steel.4. Cost-effective, low cost, but has good performance.5. Not easy to heat up, making the coffee taste more mellow.
How to Pick the Right Burr, a Conical burr or a Flat burr?True coffee experts will tell you that nothing grinds coffee beans better than a good burr model. There are mainly two types of coffee grinders on the market: with flat burrs or with conical burrs.
|Flat Burr||Conical Burr|
|Consist of two flat, ring-shaped burrs lined with grooves that break up the beans as the burrs press together.||More of a V shape, with the center burr fitting into the outer burr, both of them also lined with sharp-edged grooves that cut up the beans as they press together.|
|Flat burrs produce remarkably even particle sizes, thus they are generally more expensive than conical burrs.Better suited for cafes, commercial uses, or serious espresso brewing.||Common in entry-level electric grinders and manual grinders due to their smaller sizes. When it comes to espresso, conical burrs tend to create a grind with better mouthfeel. Because they are smaller in diameter, they are typically slower.|
Does grind size affect coffee flavor?
Yes. the grind size of your coffee beans can have a big impact on the flavor of your final cup. If you like a strong, rich cup of coffee, then you should go with a finer grind. If you prefer a lighter cup of coffee, then a coarser grind will be just right.Here is a Coffee Roast Guide showing the best coffee grinds to use for certain types of coffee.
|Coffee Roast Guide|
|Grind Size||Extra Fine||Fine||Medium-Fine||Medium||Medium-Coarse||Coarse||Extra Coarse|
|Best for||Turkish Coffee||Espresso||AeroPress||Drip Coffee||Pour Over||French Press||Cold Brew|
Why Choose Us?
Our ceramic grinding burr products have already passed the ISO9001 quality certification system, SGS RoSH system, German LFGB and US FDA certification. You can trust the quality of our products.