Nuova Simonelli Prontobar Commercial Espresso Machine

$8,910.00

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Description

Overview:

Features:

  • Programmable temperature of the grouphead.
  • Programmable pre-infusion.
  • Hi performance pump with by-pass.
  • Multi-directional steam wand and hot water wand.
  • Programmable temperature and density of milk frothing.
  • 4 line LCD display.
  • Standby function.

Specifications:

  • Measurements: 23.62″ H x 12.99″ 20.47″ D (60 cm H x 33 cm W x 52 cm D).
    • Nozzle height: 2.76″ (7 cm) minimum / 5.51″ (14 cm) maximum.
  • Weight: 77.16 pounds (35 kilograms).
    • Shipping weight: 81.57 pounds (37 kilograms).
  • Power: 2000 watts, 110 – 120 volts, 60 hertz.
  • Bean hopper capacity: 1.76 pounds (0.8 kilograms).
  • Body material: Stainless steel, ABS plastic.

Additional information

Brand

Nuova Simonelli

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Questions and Answers - Please ask follow up questions as a new question. Thank you

  1. 0 votes
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    Yes, most blends and roast profiles can be used. However, very dark French roasts may cause clogging in the grinder or the chutes.

  2. 0 votes
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    Sorry, we normally do not provide this information as we would become liable. The main reasons are

    a) What are the sizes of the beverages

    b) Which beverages? Espresso, Cappuccino, or Lattes?

    c) Actual voltage in outlet

    d) Ambient temperature

    All these play a factor in determing production, and the same reasons why most manufacturers will not provide this data. If they do, it is usually best case scenario and con not be reached outside of a controlled environment.

  3. 0 votes
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    On the safe side of 2 ounce double espresso extractions, the machine would produce about 60 doubles per hour. Calculate about average 1 minute per double shot to include grind time, tamping/compacting, extraction and eliminating the spent coffee into the dump container. This also includes cleaning time into the average. Things that can vary the average is dosage of grounds, type of coffee, and machine voltage.

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