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The Ceado E10 is an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burr_mill#Coffee_grinders electric burr grinder]. {{{machine_short_descrip}}} {{Description-Table
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== Machine Description ==
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|grinder_review = Grind and dose as the professionals do, with the Ceado E10 Burr Grinder. Meticulously built, complete with commercial components and features, the E10 delivers an unparalleled grinding experience. This unit is a low-speed grinder operating at only 690 rpm on a 740-watt direct-drive motor, to reduce static electricity and heat buildup—preserving the integrity of your coffee.
 
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|video_title = Introducing the Ceado E7 and E10 Coffee Grinders
 
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==Basic Usage==
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== Cleaning & Maintenance ==
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== Troubleshooting ==
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===Grinds Coarse/Inconsistent===
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===Seasoning the Burrs===
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Every new burr set needs to be seasoned before dosing weight becomes consistent. A common misconception is that a well seasoned set of burrs will produce better grind quality. The truth is, seasoning the burrs only improves dosing weight accuracy, so in a dosing grinder, burr seasoning doesn't make a big difference, where with a doserless grinder, you may notice a bigger difference. Typically, it takes 6-10lbs of coffee to season a set of flat steel burrs. While some manufacturers season the burrs for you, Ceado does not. The reason for this is that there are two types of seasoning. The best way is by using coffee beans or minute rice. This is time consuming, and expensive to do, so rather than raise the cost of their products, they choose not to season the burrs in this way. The second way is sandblasting, which while effective, dramatically reduces the life of your burrs. In the video on the right, Tino from Ceado and Marc from WholeLatteLove.com have a conversation around burr seasoning.  
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|weight                    = 37.5 lbs
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|watts                    = 740 lbs
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|volts                    = 120
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|portafilter_clearance    = 2.625 in.
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|housing_mats              = Cast Aluminum
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|hopper_capacity          = 64 oz
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|dosing_options            = Doser
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|doser_adjust              = 5-9 Grams
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|button_type              = Push Button
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|step_type                = Stepless
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|rpm                      = 690 Burrs
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|manufacture_country      = Italy
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Latest revision as of 10:08, 28 August 2019

Ceado E10

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Educate Yourself

Grind and dose as the professionals do, with the Ceado E10 Burr Grinder. Meticulously built, complete with commercial components and features, the E10 delivers an unparalleled grinding experience. This unit is a low-speed grinder operating at only 690 rpm on a 740-watt direct-drive motor, to reduce static electricity and heat buildup—preserving the integrity of your coffee.

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Introducing the Ceado E7 and E10 Coffee Grinders


Find the Right Grind

  1. Grind coffee into the portafilter.
  2. Lock the portafilter into the brew group.
  3. Lift the brew lever all the way up.
    • Aim for 2 to 2.5 oz. in about 25 seconds.
  4. Drink your shot to test.
  5. Repeat until properly motivated to get work done.


The big secret to finding that exact flavor you're after, that big punch-in-the-mouth feel, is dialing in your grind. For a basic rule-of-thumb, a coarser grind makes for a lighter, fluffier coffee, and a finer grind makes for a more intense, flavorful espresso. Check out the video on the right for more info.

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How To: Basic Espresso Technique - Dialing in Grind Size




Seasoning the Burrs

Every new burr set needs to be seasoned before dosing weight becomes consistent. A common misconception is that a well seasoned set of burrs will produce better grind quality. The truth is, seasoning the burrs only improves dosing weight accuracy, so in a dosing grinder, burr seasoning doesn't make a big difference, where with a doserless grinder, you may notice a bigger difference. Typically, it takes 6-10lbs of coffee to season a set of flat steel burrs. While some manufacturers season the burrs for you, Ceado does not. The reason for this is that there are two types of seasoning. The best way is by using coffee beans or minute rice. This is time consuming, and expensive to do, so rather than raise the cost of their products, they choose not to season the burrs in this way. The second way is sandblasting, which while effective, dramatically reduces the life of your burrs. In the video on the right, Tino from Ceado and Marc from WholeLatteLove.com have a conversation around burr seasoning.

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How to Season Coffee Grinder Burrs