Ditting KR1403 Retail Coffee Grinder
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What's in the Box
- Ditting KR1403 Retail Coffee Grinder & Hopper
- Grounds Tray
- Product Manual
Fast & Accurate
The KR1403 is a trusted and reliable grinder offered by Ditting, and is an optimal choice wherever fast and uniform grinding is necessary. At its core, the KR1403 offers superior performance as a retail bag grinder. With its spring-loaded bag clamp and chute knocker and its vibrating steel shaker plate, the KR1203 ensures that all ground coffee lands in the chosen receptacle, be it a bag, bin, or dosing cup for when smaller amounts of coffee are needed.
More Than Qualified
Capable of grinding well over 1000 pounds of coffee per day thanks to its massive 140mm wear-resistant steel burrs, the KR1403 can effortlessly handle the volume of high-volume cafes, retail settings, and roasteries. While generally used to grind into bags for customers, smaller doses for batch-brewing, pour overs, and even espresso aren't out of the question, largely in part to the 1403's stepless adjustment and a grind range stretching all the way from 200 to 900 microns. While active cooling by fans is not applied, the 140mm steel burrs and 3-phase motors ensure that heat transfer to the coffee is imperceptible.
Compact, Sleek, Powerful
While boasting a more powerful motor and the ability to grind nearly twice as much as Ditting's 1203 model, the KR1403 uses the same high-quality, metal components and comes in at the exact same weight and size as its sibling. The KR1403 sits at just 12 inches in width, 16 inches in depth, and 34 inches in height (including the built-in bean hopper). Combine these dimensions with a sleek exterior, and the KR1403 will sit comfortably in any setting, be it a crowded cafe or a spacious roasting facility.
Spring-Loaded Chute Knocker
Integrated Shaker Plate
200µm to 900µm Grind Size Range
High Capacity Grinding
Built-in Hopper Shutoff Valve
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
|Burr Material:||Wear-Resistant Steel|
|Burr Size:||140 mm|
|Burr Life:||35,000 lbs|
|Hopper Capacity:||2.4 lbs|
|Grind Speed:||2,200 g/min|
|Dimensions:||34 in. (H) x 12.5 in. (W) x 16 in. (D)|
Ditting Grinder Comparison Chart
|Model:||807 Retail||807 Filter||807 Lab Sweet||KR1203 Retail||KR1403 Retail||KFA1403 Industrial|
|Application:||Retail bag grinding, up to 30lbs per day||Retail bag & batch brew basket grinding, up to 30lbs per day.||Retail bag grinding & single dosing for cupping, pour over or espresso, up to 30lbs per day||Retail bag grinding, up to 500lbs per day||Retail bag grinding, up to 1000+ lbs per day||Roasting areas, up to 1000+ lbs per day.|
|Hardware:||Vibrating plate||Adjustable forks & slide chute||Folding platform, metal grounds catch||Vibrating plate||Vibrating plate||Extended chute, built-in shutoff valve|
|Grind Size Range:||130µm-1,400µm||130µm-1,400µm||100µm-1,200µm||300µm-900µm||200µm-1,100µm||200µm-1,100µm|
|Burr Lifespan (lbs):||5,500+||5,500+||15,000+||15,000+||15,000+||15,000+|
|Hopper Capacity (lbs):||1.1||1.1||1.1||2.4||2.4||22|
|Duty Cylcle:||45 Sec On/180 Sec Off||45 Sec On/180 Sec Off||45 Sec On/180 Sec Off||Continuous run||Continuous run||Continuous run|
|Power:||120v, 60hz, Single Phase, 6A||120v, 60hz, Single Phase, 6A||120v, 60hz, Single Phase, 6A||120v, 60hz, Single Phase, 13A||220v, 60hz, Three Phase, 10A||220v, 60hz, Three Phase, 10A|
|Dimensions WxDxH (inches):||9 x 14 x 27||9 x 14 x 27||9 x 14 x 27||12 x 16 x 34||12 x 16 x 34||13 x 16 x 29|
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