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Because of the success he had with models Domobar Super, Vibiemme has made the Domobar Junior, for those customers who do not have a generous space and need a machine with a smaller footprint. Due to the small size, Vibiemme has named it "Junior".
Features:- Mirror-polished stainless steel body panel.- Heavy duty, true Faema E61 grouphead maintains active flow of water from the grouphead to the coffee boiler.- Insulation wrapped around the boilers. - Heating Element - Brew boiler 1600 watts controlled by Mater pressurestat adjusted from top of machine.- Boiler pressure gauge to indicate boiler pressure (reading will vary between .8 and 1.2 bar pressure).- Pump pressure gauge to indicate brew pressure during espresso extraction (reading will vary while not extracting).- Multi-directional stainless steel steam wand on left side can be moved in different directions.- Multi-directional stainless steel hot water tap on right side can be moved in different directions.- Power indicator light on right side indicates when the machine is powered on.- Heating light on left side indicates when espresso machine is heating. Once fully heated, no need to pay attention to this light unless temperature surfing.- Low water level light in middle indicates when water level in water reservoir in rear is low.- Two stage power switch (on/off) requires particular attention upon initial machine startup - when powering on for the first time, please make sure the intake reservoir hose (has large particle filter) draws in water. Once the pump activates for a several seconds and release, squeeze this hose for 3 seconds. If you hear a different pump noise, the pump is working. If the pump sounds the same, power down machine and call us. If you hear no pump noise for the first 30 seconds of powering on, power down the machine and call us as a wire may have come off the pump.- Mater pressurestat monitors boiler pressure (which is directly related to the temperature).- Stainless steel drip tray which can be easily (slides out with pull of handle) removed for cleaning. Grate stays on machine when pulling out drip tray so that it is one step to empty.- GICAR branded electronic water level control for internal boiler is located in lower front of machine where there is least heat build up.- 41 watt vibratory pump ("vibe" pump) rated up to 15 bar with air valve bypass. Only 9 bar is needed to extract espresso, and wattage has no correlation to longevity.- Largest OPV (over pressure valve opens when too much pump pressure exists) located in rear of machine with easy access when body panel and six (6) associated screws are removed.- Professional grade brass portafilters - one portafilter with single spout and single filter basket and one portafilter with dual spout and double filter basket.
Accessories:- Single spout portafilter- double spout portafilter- single dose filter basket- double dose filter basket- blind filter basket for backflushing- plastic coffee scoop- useless plastic tamper.
Single Boiler (SB) | Single boiler espresso machines have one boiler for steam production and espresso brewing. These machines have 2 thermostats to separately control the steam and brew temperature.
While you aren’t able to steam milk and brew coffee simultaneously, it’s quite simple to get the rhythm of heating to steam mode, frothing your milk, cooling the machine down, preparing your espresso and then pouring your latte or cappuccino.
Heat Exchanger (HX) | Heat exchange machines have a single boiler that is always set to steam temperature. A metal tube runs through the boiler, which flash heats the water at around 200 degrees to the grouphead. This clever design delivers fresh water from the pump to the grouphead, and mimics the capabilities of a double boiler machine.
With a heat exchanger machine, dry steam and hot water are available at all times, without the need to flip any switches or switch any modes. Also, you are able to steam your milk and brew your coffee at the same time, leading to the freshest, professional-style latte.
Double Boiler (DB) | Double boiler espresso machines have one boiler each for steam and espresso. You can steam and pull shots simultaneously. Additionally, the steam boiler has a dedicated power switch, which gives the user the option to provide power only to the group head boiler if milk steaming won’t be necessary.
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