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Espresso Machine Info

  • 2 groups
  • 3 groups
Independent (boiler per group head)
Yes, PID per boiler
Coffee Boiler
11.4 l (2 groups), 17.3 l (3 groups)
Steam Boiler
0.7 l / group head
208-240V (50-60Hz); 380TRIF (50Hz)
7600 W (2 groups); 9500 W (3 groups)

Espresso Machine Features

Steam Wands
Cool Touch

Dimensions & Weight

510 mmm
660 mm
Width: 2 groups
825 mm
Width: 3 groups
1055 mm
Weight: 2 groups
74 Kg
Weight: 3 groups
95 Kg


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The Quality Machine: A new eagle is ready to spread its wings and land in all coffee shops that make quality and consistency their mission. It is called the VA358 White Eagle and is a new Victoria Arduino machine dedicated to specialty coffee.

The technology that ensures maximum temperature stability of the espresso machine.

In a professional coffee machine, temperature plays an extremely important role, as it strongly influences the quality of the espresso. A stable temperature provides an excellent and repeatable result. But how? Again, through studies, research and experimentation, as well as working with the best baristas, we managed to find a solution that provides for the control of every single parameter. Thus was born T3, a technology that allows the barista to set three temperatures: for the brewing group, the water infusion and the steam. What do you get? Control of the water supply’s thermal accuracy that results in temperature stability and ultimately in a perfect espresso. This also comes about due to an electronic system, with probes for temperature, pressure and PID, which manages each variable.


  • File Description
    File Size
    File Type
  • Victoria Arduino VA358 White Eagle brochure
    2 MB
  • VA358 Installation Checklist
    233 KB

Need help?

The United Baristas Guide to Buying an Espresso Machine brings together firsthand experience, tips from the coffee shops getting it right, and insights from across the coffee industry. Use the guide to work out what’s important to you, and your business, so you can set up your coffee programme for success.

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