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Dual boiler espresso machines vs heat exchange espresso machines: what is the difference between them, you may ask? Well, both types of espresso machines are able to pull your espresso shot and froth milk at the same time. However, the main difference between the two is the boiler setup. Furthermore, dual boiler espresso machines have two separate boilers, one for coffee and one for steam. Thus, this setup allows you to control the temperature of each boiler on its own. In addition, both types can be home espresso machines or small office espresso machines. Want to learn more about the comparison between dual boiler and heat exchange? Then, check out our customer education page on them! Not totally sure if you want to purchase a dual boiler? Then, check out the other types of espresso machines we have to offer!
Our Dual Boiler Models
We personally handpick the best dual boilers to suit all needs of the consumer. While many dual boilers are home espresso machines, others can considerably be restaurant espresso machines too. Some of our most popular high-end models include the VBM Domobar Super, Bezzera Matrix DE, and Bezzera DUO. However, the best dual boiler espresso machine is the Lelit Bianca beginner dual boiler espresso machine since it is the first in the industry to feature manual brew pressure profiling via flow control and it has an external and movable reservoir! With this feature, the heat built up on the inside of the machine does not heat the water in the plastic reservoir. As of late 2020, VBM designed the VBM Domobar Super Digital and VBM Domobar Super Electronic Digital which also have pressure profiling, knowing how the feature’s past success has paid off! Additionally, both of these units are high-tech since they have a 3.5″ digital display to program a variety of settings. Speaking of digital technology, the 2020 Elektra Verve allows you to use your smartphone to program the espresso machine and create your favorite recipes. Finally, if you are looking for a beginner dual boiler espresso machine that is not so expensive, then check out the Lelit Elizabeth, Caffeum Perfectus Minima, or Rancilio Silvia Pro!
General Technical Support
It is common for our customers to call us for technical support regarding descaling or draining the dual boiler. To learn more, please follow our descaling instructions and draining instructions for informational purposes only.
Espresso Grinder Recommendations to Pair with
You cannot enjoy your dual boiler espresso machine without an espresso coffee grinder, right? We offer a variety of brands of quality European grinders, such as Eureka, Fiorenzato, Mazzer, and more! Take a look at the Eureka Atom or Eureka Mignon grinders, Fiorenzato F4 Nano grinder, or Mazzer Mini grinders if you are using your espresso machine for home use. For commercial use, check out the Fiorenzato F64 EVO XGI, Eureka Olympus, or Mazzer Super Jolly!
All in all, are you interested in learning more about our dual boiler models as well as our grinder recommendations to pair with? Then feel free to reach out to us via phone call or email with your questions! Also, schedule an appointment to visit if you are local to NJ!