German coffee roasting equipment giant Probat has developed new burner technology for heating coffee roasters using hydrogen.
It represents the first broad-scale introduction of hydrogen power systems in the coffee roaster manufacturing industry, which has primarily upon natural gas, resulting in higher greenhouse gas emissions.
In addition to the hydrogen introduction, Probat recently completed a roughly €40 million (US$39.8 million, as of this writing) expansion to the manufacturing plant at its Emmerich, Germany, headquarters for increased roaster production.
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