We typically classify commercial espresso machines by type of design. This is usually the first characteristic requirement by our commercial clients. Browse our site to learn about the different types of commercial cafe espresso machines and restaurant espresso machines. This will help figure out what will work best for your needs. When further drilling down to specific machines, please evaluate the production capacity of each model. These should be determined by things such as the number of groupheads, the boiler size for steaming milk, and voltage. Each grouphead can usually extract in upwards of 120 single espresso shots per hour. 220 volt machines operate more efficiently in lower energy costs as well as steam boiler recovery.
Classified by the type of design, espresso machines are easily identified for proper use in the right setting. The commercial cafe espresso machines and restaurant espresso machines we supply are best fit for coffee houses and restaurants. However on occasion we have installed them into large offices which use them to great effect. As a result, this helps increase employee morale and constructive discussion in the break room or even into movie sets and cruise ships.
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1st-line Equipment ‘cherry’ picks and thoroughly tests commercial cafe espresso machines so you don’t have to. We evaluate just about every machine worth considering, and if we find to be satisfactory, we offer it. Our selection of quality commercial espresso machines varies from single group to the more capable 3 group espresso machines. A very important part of our decision making process to carry a specific line of espresso machines or espresso coffee makers includes an evaluation of build quality, component durability, reliability analysis, in-house testing, ease of repair-ability, price, and total value. Hence this is why, in some cases, we do not stock every model for a particular manufacturer or why we do not carry a particular manufacturer, at all. We only want the best choices possible for our clients.
We strive to keep our prices competitive, while offering you the most comprehensive customer support seen anywhere in the industry. In most cases, we publish prices for our products. However, in certain cases, we cannot publish prices due to a manufacturer’s policies. To ensure we charge you the correct quoted price, we verbally review the items and prices. Also, we provide an invoice or packing list to accompany your shipment.