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Mythos, for its high productivity, allows the operator to supply lots of coffee cups in a few time and always in a perfect way.Suitable for heavy duty hours Painted stainless steel body, for more strength.
Perfect dosing: Mythos is a brilliant grinder because in an extremely easy way instantly mills only the right dose, thus saving time in dosing and avoiding every coffee powder loss.
Controlled pressing: The Mythos grinder offers an even coffee pressing in the filter holder. The dynamometric lever, that can be adjusted by a graduated regulator, to adjust the force of the tamper.
Grinding adjustment: In order to guarantee the right coffee grinding, there is a micrometrical adjustment system working through an axial sliding rotor. The adjustment knob allows the operator to choose among a wide range of milling thicknesses.
Variable press of coffee: A telescopic cylinders system that allows to press one or two doses of coffee powder.
Universal adapter: A universal adapter allows to replace the coffee beans hopper with a tin, no matter the shape or the size.
Fragrance in the cup: With Mythos it is now possible. This innovative grinder guarantees to the barman a supply of coffee powder, that is always fresh, for an excellent result in the cup.
Long life burrs: The secret to obtain a good coffee is the grinding. The Mythos grinder has progressive cut burrs, with cemented surfaces, that allow a perfect distribution of the grinded particles.
- Transparent bean hopper (3,2 Kg)- Bean hopper's extration safety system- Hoppers dividers- LCD multilingual display- Dose counter with partial and total counting.- 3 programmed doses + manual addition- Long life burrs- Micrometric grinding regulation- Adjustable tamper pressure for 1 or 2 coffee doses (option)- Adjustable dynomometric tamper (0-22Kg)- Motor protection system- Working switch- Inox filter holder fork with double position- Estractable coffee grounds tray
Choosing a grinder can be a time consuming and stressful experience if you don’t know what to look for. The first thing everyone needs to know about coffee grinders is that setup is key. Dialing in a grinder is a key factor in determining the quality of coffee your machine will produce. When looking at grinders you have two types of adjustment mechanisms, stepped and stepless.
Stepless: Stepless grinders are those who permits micrometrical adjustment of the grinding. Stepless means that there is an infinite number of grind settings that can be obtained to perfectly extract your espresso whereas grinders featuring a stepped adjustment system is limited in the adjustments that can be produced. Stepless adjustment gives you the ability to finely tune your grinder to ensure you are able to achieve the standard 25-30 mls of espresso within 25-30 seconds.
The stepless grinder will definitely give you the ability to grind for every type of coffee prep. However, when it comes to going from a drip grind to a espresso grind, it won’t be as easy to find that perfect grind that you had originally been using.With an infinite amount of settings, you’ll have a more difficult time going from one preparation to another. If you grind for primarily one coffee preparation, or only occasionally switch to a different style, this is a good choice.
Stepped: These grinders have preset notches, which enable you to easily switch between disparate grinds.Rather than guess where you’re setting the grinder for espresso, then drip coffee and then back again, you’ll have referential numbers and settings to work from.
If you often grind for different coffee preparations (from espresso to coffee press), a stepped grinder is a good choice because you’ll have marked settings to reference when you’re switching between these highly disparate grinds. You’ll need to dial in less and ultimately waste less coffee.
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