New dual flash boiler system delivers unprecedented consistency in temperature + texture. The machine never drops in temperature regardless the volume dispensed. It never needs a recovery time or a heat up time. It is capable to deliver 70°C plus degrees all the time – even at non-stop operation.
Dual milk, with the capacity to have full fat and skim milk connected to one machine
Connected to the water the machine flushes the entire system automatically during low volume periods – this provides high reliability and food safety as well as simplified cleaning with an automated cleaning cycle – following HACCP principles
TEMPERATURE AND TEXTURE ON DEMAND. You can now pull a 72°C flat white followed by a frothy 50°C Babycino – then a 65°C latte – all with instant change.
16 individual products can be programmed. The internal system milk volume is only 30ml.
No filter disc in the frothing head which reduces price of daily consumables – eternal head with minimum maintenance – provides and highest froth consistency throughout the day and week.
New, compact design aligns very well with all existing espresso machines – connections are hidden behind a cover. No visible tubes, wires or switches
BENEFITS OF USING AUTOMATED MILK
Increase your sales and turn over – especially during peak times – without hiring more staff. (Watch video below – speed test) – keep the delivery time of coffee as short as possible. There is an invisible loss of turnover when people are walking away because there is a line.
The best investment to overcome staff shortages
Consistent temperature and texture ALL THE TIME – regardless who is operating the machine – less qualified staff can produce great coffee.
Froth is produced by adding air to the milk – which leads to a more creamier taste. Manual steaming adds water to the milk and dilutes it
Save on milk and money by programming the exact volume into the jug – milk wastage becomes a thing of the past
The machine can also supply cold milk and texture it.
Texture quality BA3
Speed test – manual frothing versus automated milk