A double-sided grinder is basically a solid coarse grinder, which has only two sides attached onto it. This type of grinder is ideal for grinding coffee beans. However, a double-sided grinder does have its advantages. One of these advantages is its ability to evenly and quickly grind both sides of the coffee beans together. Another advantage of this type of grinder is that it can be used in different brewing methods. This makes it ideal for use in espresso machines as well.
To get the best use out of this type of grinder, it is important to know how to use it the right way. The two-sided design is very user friendly. All you need to do is to place the ground coffee beans in the hopper which is attached onto the machine’s grinders. In order to start the process, the two sided grinder will rotate around in an axis. As the grinders move towards each other, they will hit each other at a certain angle and grind the ground coffee beans evenly.
Another advantage of using a double-sided grinder is that it allows for a precise control of the speed of the grinding machine. The two grinding surfaces will also contact each other at the same time. With this design, there is less chance for the grinder to stop or slow down when it encounters rough conditions. The smooth movements of the revolving face inside the grinder will also ensure that you are able to control the amount of heat generated from the grinding process. Since both sides of the work piece to contact each other at the same time, this will ensure that there is an excellent balance.
Many people choose to use a double-sided grinder for their coffee grinders because of the variety of workpieces they can accommodate. Typically, one side of the grinding wheel will be made up of a larger flat surface while the opposite side will be made up of a smaller, serrated surface. You can position your single-side grinder on any work piece you desire. On the other hand, if you use a double-sided grinder, you can set up two different work pieces and grind each one individually. Even though the smaller flat surface will generate a little bit more heat than the serrated surface, the heat will distribute across the entire surface evenly.
The two-sided grinders that utilize a blade from the same unit as the blade on the grinding wheel also provide a great way to grind your beans evenly. Because these two units are attached together, the blade will also contact both sides of the grinded beans. Unlike single-sided grinders, the heat distribution is not uneven on the two blade pieces inside the grinder. Instead, the heat is equally distributed around the entire blade surface. This is perfect for people who enjoy keeping their grinders clean and who like the look of a blade made of steel but whose surface is made up of plastic or some other similar material.
Single-sided grinders, which have single blade attachment, can also be used in tandem with the two-sided grinders. For example, if you would like to use a small burr grinder to grind some of the smaller beans, you can attach the single blade grinder to the burr then put the blade into the hopper and grind the beans. If you would like to use the two-sided grinder in tandem with the larger, blade-shaped ones, make sure you position the smaller grinder right next to the large one. That way, when the blade spins, it will hit both sides of the grinded beans.