Espresso perfection requires precision, temperature and pressure control, consistently, every time. At the heart of this machine is its Dual Stainless Steel Boiler heating system. The brew boiler, for the espresso shot, extracts to within +/- 1 degrees. A separate steam boiler offers instant and powerful steam on demand. With the Dual Boiler, you can extract your shot at the right temperature, delivering optimal flavour while steaming your milk to cafe quality, at the same time. What’s more, there is another heating element in the group head, ensuring the entire system offers a consistent temperature.
The Dual Boiler also features an Over Pressure Valve, which comes standard on almost all commercial cafe machines. This commercial feature limits the maximum pressure throughout the extraction, preventing bitter flavours in the shot. It also offers a true low pressure pre-infusion, which gradually increases the pressure to gently expand the grinds for an even extraction.
But there’s much, much, more to this machine for the barista at home. Brew temperature and pre-infusion pressure as well as duration are all programmable. But with a quick heat up, front fill water tank and programmable dose, the Dual boiler is also easy to use. A shot clock and pressure gauge will also help you improve your barista skills over time.
The Dual Boiler also includes a descaling function for cleaning at home and wattage upgrade to 2200 watts for faster heat up.
A Razor Dosing Tool is included for precision dosing and a consistent extraction.
All you’ll need are some freshly ground beans and a bit of practice to rival even the best cafe.
220 – 240 Volts
2.5 litre Water Tank
Auto Start Setting
Triple Heating System
Low Pressure Pre-infusion
15 Bar Italian Made Pump
Dedicated Hot Water Outlet
58mm Commercial Group Head
Programmable Volumetric Control
Regulated Extraction Pressure (OPV)
Smart Grinder Pro
Automatically doses the same amount every time you grind.
Breville’s conical burr Smart Grinder Pro uses Dosing IQ technology to automatically adjust the dose whenever you change the grind. Choose between ‘cups’ for French press or Filter, and ‘shots’ for Espresso to get the right dose for your coffee’s needs. You can even tweak for taste.