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The Pro700 is a semi-automatic, dual-boiler espresso machine with PID-display. The temperature for both boilers may be adjusted individually. The display shows the brewing time with up to the second accuracy. The steam boiler has a dedicated on/off switch. The Pro700 may be used with water tank or fixed water connection.
Characteristics and features:- Dual boiler- PID-display for the individual temperature adjustment of both boilers- PID-display indicates the brewing time in seconds- E61 brew-group- Rotary pump- Wear-free rotary valves- High-end, `no-burn´ steam and hot water wands- Separate grid to raise cups- Boiler and pump pressure gauges- Stainless steel boiler with 0.75 l volume for espresso preparation- Steam and hot water boiler in stainless steel with a 2.0 l volume- Steam boiler with separate on/off switch- Boiler insulation- Two heaters with 1 x 1200 Watts and 1 x 1400 Watts- Switchable from water tank to fixed water connection- Water tank with a 3 l volume and water tank connector- Automatic shut-off by way of low water volume sensor- Large drip tray with a 1 l capacity- Removeable cup tray
Accessories included in package:- 1 Porta filter for one cup- 1 Porta filter for two cups- 1 1-cup filter 7g- 1 2-cup filter 14g- 1 Blind filter- 1 Tamper- 1 Cleaning brush- 1 Instruction manual
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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