The unroasted coffee beans that arrive at a coffee roasting plant are green in colour. These are then roasted, giving them their brown colour and enhanced flavour, which is important for the coffee experience. The roasting process produces lots of fumes, which can also contain greases and oils. Air extraction in the coffee roasting plant is important, because the fumes are unhealthy to breathe in and the odour can be fairly pungent.
It is important to know that the unfiltered fumes from the coffee roasting plant may not be discharged outdoors. The polluted air must first be cleaned by a fume extraction system. Euromate has developed an extraction system specially for coffee roasting plants that eliminates the fumes and unpleasant odours produced during roasting. This filter system is the SFE, which easily draws in the air, filters it and blows the clean air back inside the building. The filtering removes everything down to the smallest grease and soot particles.
Improvement of the air quality in the coffee roasting plant through extraction provides benefits, such as:
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