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Cool energyVarious lab tests have shown that the grinding chamber cooling system designed by Rancilio LAB significantly reduces traditional dosing grinder operating temperatures, thus preserving the aromatic profile of freshly ground coffee. Its die-cast aluminium fins are the heart of the KRYO 65 / 65 OD. Thanks to its high heat conductivity, aluminium extracts and rapidly dissipates the heat generated by the movement of the burrs. Moreover, the low position of the motor with respect to the grinding zone reduces the risk of coffee overheating.
Refined grinding The brass grinding chamber is in direct contact with the aluminium body of the dosing grinder, thus preventing any possible problems with the adjustment ring. The flat burrs in 100% steel are subjected to the special ThermoSteel heat treatment to ensure durability. The motor and grinding chamber are mounted on an anti-vibration base to reduce noise and vibration.
Control and micrometric precision The KRYO 65 / 65 OD is fitted with a micrometric adjustment device to ensure maximum precision when setting the desired particle size. The adjustment knob combines style and ergonomics, and its orange colour highlights the importance of its function while facilitating information display and simplifying setting operations. An anti-accidental rotation lock prevents undesired changes being made to the chosen setting.
Ergonomics at your serviceKRYO 65 / 65 OD is fitted with an attractively styled hopper in food-grade, shock-resistant polycarbonate, whose 1.3 kg capacity allows a classic 1kg bag of coffee beans to be poured in safely and easily. The sloped back facilitates the flow of beans into the grinding chamber. The lower closure system is perfectly integrated with the hopper geometry, and respects the forms and elegance of its design. The comfortable grip ensures ergonomic use. The hopper is easily removable and self-standing, to facilitate filling. An adaptor kit is also available for the direct installation of cans of coffee beans.
Style and design for perfect grinding The KRYO 65 dosing grinders is designed to set new quality standards for grinding and dosing espresso coffee, operations which are essential for obtaining a high quality beverage in the cup. The Rancilio LAB technological department has developed a patented revolutionary system which allows optimum extraction and ensures the creaminess and body characteristic of a perfect espresso.
The right dose The new KRYO 65 dosing system significantly increases the precision and consistency of the programmed doses, with settings from 5.5 g (min) to 10 g (max), currently one of the widest ranges in the category. The ground coffee is dispensed into a high quality and shock-proof container in foodgrade polycarbonate. The polished aluminium adjustment knob is fitted outside the doser, ensuring greater ergonomics and hygiene. The meticulous attention to detail is also reflected in the residue removal device, which ensures better cleaning of the container. The new outlet shape is ideal for precise, frequent dosing. The innovative delayed filling system ensures constantly fresh ground coffee, and limits the number of grinding cycles for greater durability of the dosing grinder components.
An ideal partner Like all Rancilio products, KRYO 65 lives up to its brand name: the harmonious design and high degree of ergonomics make it unique and inimitable. The resistant materials (die-cast aluminium, ABS and food-grade polycarbonate) and the attention to structural detail make this dosing grinder stable and reliable even for intensive use.
A firm grip The dosage lever has been designed to ensure maximum comfort of use: the satinized aluminium structure is completed with a SoftGrip finish. With its ergonomic, functional form, it ensures a comfortable, firm grip, both laterally and vertically. Pleasant to the touch, the SoftGrip dosage lever embodies innovative features such as lightness, ease of handling and practicality. Moreover, it can be fitted either on the left or right, for greater ease and versatility of use. The die-cast aluminium fork is resistant to repeated stress and extremely durable. The polyamide insert performs a self-centring function, facilitating the insertion of the filter holder in the fork and acting as a “shock absorber”. Moreover, the possibility of vertical adjustment makes it suitable for use with various types of filter holder. The tamper is in aluminium to prevent bending. Its form allows optimum pressing of the coffee and maximum hygiene. If not necessary, the tamper can be replaced by a simple adapter cover. Rancilio has always been dedicating particular attention and importance to the work area. The large tray reduces dispersion of the ground coffee to a minimum, and can easily be removed and repositioned once daily maintenance operations have been completed.
Technical features- semiautomatic (ST) and automatic (AT) version- fins in die-cast aluminium- ThermoSteel treated steel burrs- continuous micrometric adjustment with anti-accidental rotation lock- aluminium outlet- hoppers in food-grade polycarbonate- Materials: aluminium, ABS and polyamide- Colours: anthracite grey
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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