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|09-17-2016, 10:32 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2016
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Coffee bike. Electric / Gas Espresso Machine.
Let me first say thank you for clicking on this post and taking time to read my first post! i appreciate that very much.
I have had this dream about becoming my own boss with a small street coffee business!. Now the time has arrived where i have saved up enough money too initiate the process. Due to the fact that i know nothing about electric what so ever come here, hoping that you could shed some light on my questions. Thank you - Thank you.
The end questions is: Should i go for a gas or an electric powered Machine. But what i am seeking is information about what a electric system requires. Battery and converter kit.
I have a Machine that uses 2400 watt that should be powered 7-10 hours day.
I am more or less number blind but I tried too calculate it on this website. But to be perfectly honest I have absolutely no idea of that i am doing. :-)
What i did was 2400 watt / 220v = 10,9 amps x 7 hours (on AGM) battery = [email protected] Which tells me what exactly?
I know better to ask if you could do my "home work" for me, but could someone please help me pointing me in the right direction on what kind of gear i should go for to operate this electric espresso machine?
Again Thank you for your time. Much appreciated
PS: English is not my my native language. Sorry for any miss spellings.
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|09-17-2016, 11:10 AM||#2|
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Greetings ! it is so wonderful to meet you.
We especially like meeting people who join the forum but ignore all the rules that they must agree to in order to join !
Have you tried asking other street vendors what they use ?
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|09-17-2016, 11:12 AM||#3|
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