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Victoria Arduino VA388 Black Eagle Gravitech

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Espresso Machine Info

Configurations
  • 2 groups
  • 3 groups
Boilers
Independent (boiler per group head)
PID
Yes, PID per boiler
Coffee Boiler
0.7 l
Steam Boiler
14 l
Voltage
208 (50Hz), 240V (60Hz)
Power
7300 W (2 group), 9100 W (3 group) W

Espresso Machine Features

Interface
LED digital display, plus group head digital display
Steam Wands
Cool touch

Dimensions & Weight

Height
490 mm
Depth
695 mm
Width: 2 groups
825 mm
Width: 3 groups
1075 mm
Weight: 2 groups
90 Kg
Weight: 3 groups
110 kg

Sourcing

Distribution
Purchase
Servicing
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Parts

VA388 Black Eagle Gravitech  is the espresso machine for all those who dedicate their lives to coffee; who study, research and experiment every day to transfer a real coffee experience to the cup. This is the espresso machine for specialty barista.

We did not want to offer a technology to “explore”, but a system that can instantly solve the problems of a coffee shop. Gravimetric technology is just that: it guarantees a perfect espresso coffee made with maximum precision by ensuring total control at all stages of extraction. The barista just has to set the weight of the liquid in the cup for each blend. Simple, right? Today, gravimetric technology installed on the professional VA388 coffee machine means that each espresso coffee can be made with the same ratio, ensuring a consistent brew.

With gravimetric technology, the weight of the liquid extracted is measured directly in the cup. The data is therefore much more precise and, more importantly, is not affected by other factors, such as the shape of the filter, the tamping force on the coffee, the condition of the showerheads and more. The barista always has full control of each delivery, the quantity in the cup is always programmed and any difference between one delivery and the next is eliminated.

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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