Bezzera Magica V2 Commercial Espresso Machine – tank, HX

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Bezzera Magica V2 Commercial Espresso Machine – tank, HX

Overview:

Classic E61 lever design grouphead. Polished stainless steel body. Thermosyphon heat exchanger system. Copper boiler with an internal heating exchanger that allows you to produce coffee, steam and hot water without delay. Four liter water tank. Vibration pump.

Features:

  • Heat exchanger allows you to brew coffee, steam milk, and pour hot piping water all at the same time.
  • Stainless steel body polished to a mirror finish.
  • E61 grouphead – hot water circulates from the heat exchanger through the grouphead and back to keep the grouphead and your portafilter nice and hot.
  • Boiler pressure gauge (measures 0-3) to indicate steam boiler pressure.
  • Pump pressure gauge (measures 0-16) to indicate brew pressure during espresso extraction.Please note that the only time this gauge should be looked at is when extracting espresso. At all other times, the reading is irrelevant.
  • Lever next to the grouphead activates a microswitch which turns on the pump to pump water through the coffee grinds.
  • Multi-directional steam wand and hot water wand allow for more flexibility.
  • Joystick controls for steam and hot water wands give instant on/off operation as opposed to knobs that you must turn clockwise/counter clockwise.
  • Powerful vibratory pump rated at 15 bar please note that only 9 bar is needed for espresso.
  • Three way solenoid valve allows quick removal of portafilter after espresso extraction.
  • Very large water tank (4 liters) – less refills for higher volume use.
  • Passive cup warmer on the top with guard rails.
  • Accessories – single spout portafilter, double spout portafilter, 1-cup filter basket, 2-cup filter basket, blind filter basket, plastic tamper, plastic scoop, grouphead cleaning brush, and instruction manual.
Brand

Bezzera

Height (inches)

16.5, approximate

Width (inches)

12, approximate

Depth (inches)

17

Weight (pounds)

50

Wattage (watts)

1450

Voltage (volts)

110

Boiler capacity (liters)

2

Portafilter size (mm)

58

Tank capacity (liters)

4

Country of manufacture

Milan, Italy

Approvals

CE

Espresso Machine Warning:

  • ELECTRICAL WARNING: To avoid electrical damage to this espresso machine which is not considered a manufacturer's defect, please acquire and install a single-outlet surge suppressor rated at 1080 joules or higher. the lack of the recommended surge suppressor, the espresso machine can be damaged at the power switch, the electronics, the heating element, the pressurstat or the wiring inside.
  • WATER WARNING: To increase the useful life of and not damage your espresso machine, please use softened water. Softened water is water without calcium and without magnesium, but still has other minerals for espresso extraction. Do not use distilled water, purified water, nor reverse osmosis water as these types of water create oxidation with the metals and cause the same damaging effects as limescale.
  • DESCALING WARNING: We do not recommend descaling unless there is an issue with the espresso machine. The reason is that too much descaling can eat away at the metals and gaskets inside an espresso machine.

  1. Top rails: The rails on the top cover can be removed to lower the height of the machine to ~14.75" (37.47 cm). Underneath the top cover there are 6 nuts (2 per rail) that you must unscrew. A 7 mm socket wrench should work.
  2. Manual Drain Valve: Starting with serial number NP01815321 and higher (until further notice from Bezzera and it may change again without notice), the minimum water level probe in the boiler has been removed. A manual drain valve has been added.

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      I have a non-PID Magica that I purchased in 2017. The pump was starting to fail. So I recently replaced the pump. The new pump was working fine. However, I have developed a problem where the pump pressure builds very slowly when pulling a new shot and the pump pressure gauge oscillates wildly while the pressure is building. I recently disassembled and cleaned the suppression valve, but this did not resolve the issue. Whenever I drain the pressure in the system, as when I replaced the pump or cleaned the suppression valve, the first few shots with a blank in the portafilter work fine, but then the problem returns. It's almost acting like there is air getting into the line somehow. Can you help me diagnose the problem? Thx
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      Q I have a non-PID Magica that I purchased in 2017. The pump was starting to fail. So I recently re...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Kevin Morrison on November 15, 2021 4:15 pm
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      If the machine and its pump works properly with the blind filter inserted in the portafilter, then this is a grinder or grinds issue. If the coffee is too fresh, then there can be a rapid expansion of the gases from the fresh coffee.

       

      A The unit does not work properly with the portafilter. It's a new pump, and the pump pressure is building slowly and the pressure gauge needed is vibrating wildly back and forth. It's almost like air is getting into the line when the pump is building pressure
    2. I was wondering how stable is the brew temps on the Bezzera Magica V2 Commercial Espresso Machine without the PID? Does a PID really make a huge difference? Also is it possible to add insulation to the boiler? Would you say that this machine is easier to self service than the Lelit maraX?
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      Q I was wondering how stable is the brew temps on the Bezzera Magica V2 Commercial Espresso Machine...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Scott on October 29, 2021 2:42 pm
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      Sorry, we have not done any testing with a SCACE portafilter to measure temperature results and/or stability. PID sensors add more stability to heat exchanger espresso machines, but not as much as dual boilers. Once you an espresso machine, you can customize it, but you are responsible for any damages that can occur. As for self-repair, all espresso machines can have their challenges. Overall, we do select espresso machines that could be easier. However, some machines, like dual boilers, are always more complex.

    4. Hello. Are the rails on top of the Bezzera Magica removable? If they are, what is the height of the machine without the rails? Thank you.
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      Q Hello. Are the rails on top of the Bezzera Magica removable? If they are, what is the height of t...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Ricardo Torres on October 6, 2021 6:26 pm
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      Yes, they are, but we do not have any stock to measure at this time.

    6. I'v e had this machine 3-4 years. Replaced 7452511 Drain Valve recently. I heard a loud pop and escaping steam yesterday. Shut it down. Boiler pressure was 2.6 Bar. Lately it has been running 1.3 Bar. Any ideas?
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      Q I'v e had this machine 3-4 years. Replaced 7452511 Drain Valve recently. I heard a loud pop and e...... Read more answer now
      Asked by John on April 12, 2021 12:30 pm
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      Sounds like the machine is overheating. Most likely, overheating machines are caused from limescale on the pressurstat or on the PID sensor when the machine has one. The machine will need to be descaled, and most likely, the pressurstat will need to be replaced. Please look at the diagrams to determine which exact pressurstat is needed as well as double checking the pressurstat inside your machine as Bezzera may have changed parts overt the years.

    8. Does this require pressurized plumbing? Looking at this machine as a replacement at a cafe. Our current machine draws water from 5 gallon water tanks. Also, there is confusion if this is 110 or 220. Which is it?
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      Q Does this require pressurized plumbing? Looking at this machine as a replacement at a cafe. Our c...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Chuck on May 12, 2019 10:37 pm
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      The Bezzera Magica espresso machine specifications show 110 volts. Sorry, this is a tank only model and it can not be hooked up to the 5 gallon water container.

      The Bezzera Mitica espresso machine can be connected to a pressurized water source.

    10. Hi, I just bough a Bezzera Magica from an Italian website that specify it works only with 220v. Is there a part that I can purchase to make it work both 110/220, or even just 110? I already have a converter, rated to 3000w, but I'd much rather not having to use it. Thanks
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      Q Hi, I just bough a Bezzera Magica from an Italian website that specify it works only with 220v. ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Federico on September 27, 2018 3:22 pm
      Answered by the admin

      Sorry, there is no conversion kit.

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