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Bezzera BZ07 DE Electronic Espresso Machine – V2

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Bezzera BZ07 DE Electronic Espresso Machine – V2

This beautiful and compact stainless steel espresso machine can be a fine addition to any home! There are many benefits and features that make this machine a solid performer.

This version of the BZ07 has electronic dosing controls.  There are individual buttons for single/double shots & 1-cup/2-cup shots. There is also a semi-automatic dosing button similar to the PM version.

The BZ07’s grouphead houses two electric heating elements and a thermostat to monitor temperature at the grouphead. The internal pressurestat (regulator) monitors the boiler pressure/temperature.

Features:

  • Multi-directional steam and hot water wands.
  • Lever-type, spring-loaded steam and hot water valves.
  • Thermostat-controlled heated 58mm grouphead.
  • All stainless steel body polished to a mirror finish.
  • Removable, from the top of the machine, three (3) liter water reservoir.
  • Low water level switch turns off power when the water level in the tank gets to low.
  • Vibration pump installed withe th an air release valve.
  • Vacuum breaker valve gives the capability to place the machine on a timer.
  • NSF approved Nistla (nickel) plated copper boiler.
  • Overpressure valve (9 bar OPV) adjustable to change exiting overpressure created by the pump.
  • Mater-style pressurestat adjustable for changing boiler pressure.
  • Circuitry for the automatic refilling of the internal boiler from the water reservoir.
  • Three (3) way solenoid valve for quick removal of portafilter after espresso extraction.
  • Accessories: dual spout portafilter, 2-cup filter basket, 1-cup filter basket, plastic tamper, grouphead cleaning brush, and blind filter basket.

For more Bezzera products, please visit our Bezzera brands page. If you have any questions, please reference the Q&A tab on each product page.

Additional information

Brand

Bezzera

Height (inches)

15, approximate

Width (inches)

9.5, approximate

Depth (inches)

17, approximate

Weight (pounds)

42

Wattage (watts)

1400

Voltage (volts)

110 – 120

Boiler capacity (liters)

1.5

Portafilter size (mm)

58

Tank capacity (liters)

3

Country of manufacture

Milan, Italy

Notes

  1. “White” body panel: Some machines come with a thin white coating that can easily be peeled off.
  2. Differences between BZ02 and BZ07 models:
    1. The BZ02 has plastic side panels with a stainless steel rear, and the BZ07 as stainless steel wraparound body.
    2. The BZ07 is a narrower machine, and due to this, the water wand and steam wand are very close to each other.
    3. The steam wand and hot water wand are on a bi-directional, horizontal axis for rotation while the same on the BZ07 is multi-directional.
    4. The grouphead on the BZ02 is welded to the boiler and the heat transfers passively while the BZ07 has a heating element with a thermostat to control temperature.
    5. The steam and hot water wands are controlled by a rotational knob on the BZ02 and a spring-loaded handle on the BZ07.
  3. Grouphead: The brew group size of this machine is 58 mm. It will not fit standard E61 portafilters or other E61 parts.
  4. Direct connect option: We only sell the tank models at this time. There currently is no retro fit to turn it into direct connect.
  5. Steam tips: We have confirmed the GoldPro2Hole steam tip does not fit into this machine. We don’t have any alternative steam tips at this time.

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    1. 0 votes
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      Considering the machine was purchased in 2012, it really should be looked at by a professional as it seems there may be multiple issues with the pump and/or gauage AND the heating element/safety thermostat/pressurstat. We are sorry that the multiple issues is outside the scope of on a machine past its warranty expiration date.

      You can locate a local repair facility and ask them if they are willing to evaluate the machine or send it in to us.

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      It can be either minerals from the water or mold. First run a descaler through the machine and rinse.

      After, remove the vinyl hoses to be soaked in chlorine overnight. Rinse and put back on machine.

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