Elektra T1 Sixties Deliziosa 1 Group Commercial Espresso Machine

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Elektra T1 Sixties Deliziosa 1 Group Commercial Espresso Machine

If it is good enough for discerning cafe owners, then it has to be great for your home! The main feature of the Elektra T1 in a commercial environment is its extreme compactness. This is the result of a design study in placing a whopping 5.5 liter boiler into a small body frame.

This is the new version of the Elektra T1

It does not have a pressurestat to regulate the boiler pressure which is directly proportional to the temperature of the boiler and water in the heat exchanger. This espresso machine has an additional probe in the steam boiler. This probe connects to an electronic controller which regulates the boiler steam pressure. It also will save the heating element from damage from a lack of water in the machine’s boiler.  For example, the water company shuts off the water supply due to a water main break.

Other new features on the T1!

This machine is so new that we still have not learned all the programmability of this newly designed machine. Shown below, the touchpad with a K has a series of lights. These lights in program mode can indicate which menu the machine is in. The black electronic control box that has a single series of lights exemplifies the particular setting the machine is in for the particular menu on the touchpad. We will post more here as we learn the different features.

Night Cycle Programming!

The Elektra T1 has a programming feature that can record the top of the hour. With this program, you can also program the top of the hour for the machine to go into Night Cycle (reduced energy usage) and to wake up in the morning (on the hour) to full power. This avoids the need for a separate timer which blasts full power to the machine’s circuitry upon startup.

One can steam milk at the same time as making espresso for large parties

This machine’s high wattage heating element is desired to heat the boiler quickly for quick recovery and temperature stability. The Sixties Series even generates a lot of heat to keep those cups nice and toasty on top – you may want to place this machine with an open overhead area. With a direct water line connection, you never have to worry about filling any water tank, but you do have to remember to recharge the water softener and change the water filter.

More Features:
  • Beautiful Ultra-polished stainless steel finish.
  • Incorporated motor and positive (rotary vane) displacement pump with vibration-damping fastening.
  • Double electronic level control system monitors the water level in the boiler to make sure heating element is submerged in water.
  • The patented heat exchange system is accessible above the boiler for easy inspection and cleaning.
  • Filter on the grouphead removed any large contaminants that may have passed through a broken filter on the water line.
  • The multi-directional steam wand allows movement of steam wand in many different directions.
  • The steam valve and water valve have pivotal lever controls.
  • Dual-acting, high-precision gauge shows both pump pressure and boiler pressure.
  • Heating element with safety thermostat for additional protection.
  • Bakelite handle on portafilter, grouphead lever, and valve controls.
  • Accessories: 1-cup and 2 -cup filter baskets, single spout portafilter, double spout portafilter, instruction manual, and stainless steel braided hose for direct water connection.

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

Additional information

Brand

Elektra

Height (inches)

18, approximate

Width (inches)

14, approximate

Depth (inches)

20, approximate

Weight (pounds)

78

Wattage (watts)

2200

Voltage (volts)

110

Boiler capacity (liters)

5.5

Portafilter size (mm)

58

Country of manufacture

Treviso, Italy

Notes

  1. Caution: All surfaces are hot and can cause burns.
  2. Environment: This machine is intended for home use only. It doesn’t have the capacity, nor the approvals, for commercial use.
  3. Upon receiving: Elektra informed us that every one of their home machines is tested with water and coffee to insure there are no leaks under pressure and to insure proper operation when received by the customer. Although they clean each grouphead to the best of their ability, you may find some coffee grinds in the grouphead or on the machine when dislodged from the grouphead during shipping.
  4. Some assembly required: The steam needs to be installed on the machine using a wrench. To prevent scratches, put a cloth between the wrench and the steam wand nut.
  5. Boiler pressure: The normal operating boiler pressure read on the gauge is between .75 and 1.2. However, the manufacturer has been asked for machines produced in the USA to set the maximum pressure to approximately 0.9 so the most flavorful espresso can be extracted. Over time, the manufacturer’s setting can change as the machine ages. In addition, if the boiler pressure reads 1.4 and up to 1.5, this is a symptom of limescale buildup from calcium/magnesium in the water or oxidation from purified/RO water. In this case, the machines will need to be descaled and the pressurestat will need to be replaced after the descaling. Limescale buildup or oxidation can occur in as little as 1 week from use.
  6. Water choice: Please note that it is very important to use ‘softened water’ in these machines, as well as all espresso machines. Hard water will cause these machines to malfunction, and Elektra will not cover the parts warranty due to hard water. In addition, it is extremely important to run the a leva and Semiautomatica machines with water at least 25% full in the sight glass. Running these models with a water level lower than this can cause heating element damage which will not be covered under warranty as this is not a manufacturer’s defect. If you return the unit with a damaged heating element, you will be charged for the repair, and the repair charge will be deducted from the credit.
  7. Body finish:
    1. Elektra espresso machines feature a high polish finish, with materials ranging from chrome to copper to brass. Most parts are clear-coated. Special attention is required when cleaning.
    2. Hash products can eat away at the clear coat or even etch the chromed finish.
    3. Descaling solution can eat clean through plating.
    4. Paint remover can be used to remove the paint from copper and brass parts.
    5. Elektra uses varnish to paint the parts.
    6. The exterior color, which includes a clear coat finish, will naturally change as each each Elektra machine ages. This would not be covered under warranty as color changes are not considered manufacturer’s defects.
  8. Sight glass fluctuation: The water in the boiler is not used to make coffee. The water to make coffee comes directly from the reservoir and passes through a pipe in the bottom boiler for flash heating. If cold water passes through this pipe, the change in temperature will cause the boiler water (sight glass) to fluctuate. The only time the water level in the sight glass should change is when
    1. the steamer is used and the water level drops, or
    2. the red button on the left hand side of the base is depressed and held to refill the boiler.
  9. Safety reset: There is a safety feature on this machine when water is not pumped into the boiler on initial startup. If this isn’t done the safety kicks off and the machine will have to be reset. On the bottom of the machine underneath the yellow cap there is a reset button for the safety thermostat. If you purchased the machine from us and are still having issues, you can email us for instructions.

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    1. 0 votes
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      These machines can last up to 15 or even 20 years. The repair facility probably does not want to touch it because the cause you described can be a lot of time chasing down the multiple problem electrical areas of the machine. We are unable to determine if it is worthwhile fixing or not because we are unsure how many electrical components may be needed.

      In towards the back, there is a reset (back side of white part) on the black internal frame. Unplug the unit, and push it in. If it clicks, your machine may be ok. If not, this may be the first part that needs replacement with the understanding one or more other components may need to be changed.

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      A Sorry, Elektra, to our knowledge, does not make one for the Elektra T1 espresso machine.
    3. 0 votes
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      The steam valve uses a spring that engages a washer to engage or disengage.

      Boiler is copper.

      Sorry, it is a plumbed only machine.

    4. 0 votes
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      Yes, new questions need to be created. It could be a bad brain unit or the water has changed TDS.

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      As any espresso machine gets older, the causes of issues can get more complex. Very complex situations are outside the scope of our support after the warranty has expired as a professional should evaluate the machine. The main reason is that customers will end up on a wild goose chase buying so many parts that may not be needed and are not returnable (not returnable because we can not test electronics and we also do not want to resell parts that were tried on other machines for repair).

      The cause here may not be so obvious.  In other words, the sensor may not be bad, but the water TDS may have changed or the wiring or auto refill brain unit may be bad. We can only suggest descaling the machine, cleaning the sensor on the lower front portion of the boiler before having a professional evaluate it.

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      Diagram

      On the bottom tube of part #14, there are two little holes - one on the side and one on bottom. Both need to be cleared as this would create the issues you are experiencing.

      Otherwise, it is the quality of the water being used - limescale build up or oxidation on the metals.

      Lastly, if the problem still persists, the unit would need to be evaluated by a professional.

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      The two sensors are for minimum and maximum water level. Both can be cleaned as this 'may' the issue with the clicking sound.

      Since there are multiple versions of the same model machines, we can only provide a link to the diagrams so each custoemr look up their particular model.

      As for the clicking sound, it can be a solenoid valves, brain unit, the water level sensors or wiring. Unfortunately, there are no tests for this other replacing the parts one at a time - old school style.

    8. 0 votes
      A Part# 02367034 is the single dose (~7g) Easy Serving Espresso (E.S.E.) pod kit, at the time of this writing, that should fit your machine. Please note this is for single dose pods. Sorry, the manufacturer does not have a basket for the double cup E.S.E. pods (~14g).

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