Commercial Bean-to-Cup Countertop Coffee Brewers utilize patented grinding technology. Machines can be customized to meet individual customer/application requirements. With the push of a button the unit freshly grinds beans for each cup.
The Automated French Press brews up to 30 liters of coffee per hour and utilizes easy-to-operate, self-cleaning features. The on-demand heat system provides energy savings. In addition to the hot water dispenser, users can switch from preparing coffee to making flavored hot beverages, consommes and broths.
Unity1 coffee machines include bean hoppers that provide one section for filter coffee and another for espresso. The double outlet allows coffee and milk distribution into two cups simultaneously. The outlet can adjust up and down and accommodate different jug sizes up to 18 centimeters. The 10-inch screen enables users to customize drinks.
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XpressTouch beverage systems is suitable for either self-serve or full-service use. The standard model includes two bean grinders and a built-in refrigerator that holds two 1-gallon milk containers. Iced lattes, cappuccinos, espressos and brewed coffees; steamed milk; and hot water are produced with the machine.
PrecisionBrew Air-Heated Shuttle Brewers include a detailed touch screen for time, temperature, pulsing and other settings to match roasters’ specs. Java-tate technology uses a magnetically driven agitator to prevent suspended solids from settling.
The Cameo c’2 espresso machine bridges the gap between traditional and automated technology. Designed with the classic C shape, the line is available in Earth, Ocean and Tempest colors. A touchscreen interface provides intuitive navigation and temperature control.
Cold Brew N’ Serv cold brew systems can turn this existing beverage dispenser into a brewer and dispenser. The brew basket will hold up to three pounds of fresh roasted coffee grounds or filter pack coffee. The cam lock handles keep coffee submersed to provide extraction while preventing grounds from escaping into the brew.