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Nanning Mainline Food Machinery Company Ltd.

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Port: GUANGZHOU PORT
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 100 Set/Sets per Month
Type: Espresso Coffee Maker
Certification: CE,RoHS
Housing Material: Stainless Steel
Capacity (Cup): 6
Power (W): 4500
Voltage (V): 220
Model Number: KT-16.3
Brand Name: KITSILANO
Place of Origin: Guangdong China
Product: coffee machine
Application: coffee bar, cafe, hotel etc
Function: coffee brewing by high pressure and hot water brewing
Rotary pump: PROCON
Flow meter: GICAR
Boiler size: 16L copper
Pressure: 16 bar
Pressure switch: SIRAI
Soleniod valve: ODE
certification: CE UL NSF RoHS
Delivery Detail: within 45 days after receive deposit
Packaging Detail: polywood case packing
 

KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

 

KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approvalKT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

 

General features:
 
1) S.steel front and top panel / Toasted powder coatng.
2) In-built rotary pump with balanced by-pass.
3) Dual boiler system / Steam generator and coffee brewingseperated.
4) Automatic controled system. Continuous delivery push-button.
5) Electric heating with safety thermostat.
6) Steady 9 bar coffee brewing, 90.5°C temperature.
7) 3 group: 2 steam outlet, 2 coffee brewing holder, 1 water outlet.
8) Group with pre-infusion chamber for the best extraction of coffee.
9) Over heat protection system, over pressure protection system.
KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval
Specifications :
COPPER boiler, 1, 2, 3 groups available.
PROCON Rotary water pump.
GICAR Flow meter
SIRAI Pressure switch
EDO soleniod valve

 

KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approvalKT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

 

 KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

 

KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approvalKT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approvalKT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

 

KT-16.3 KITSILANO 16L copper boiler table-top commercial coffee maker with CE&RoHS approval

The history of espresso coffee maker 

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(September 2011) 
Angelo Moriondo’s Italian patent, which was registered in 1884 (No. 33/256), is notable. Ian Bersten, whose history of coffee brewers is cited below, claims to have been the first to discover Moriondo’s patent. Bersten describes the device as “… almost certainly the first Italian bar machine that controlled the supply of steam and water separately through the coffee” and Moriondo as “... certainly one of the earliest discoverers of the espresso machine, if not the earliest.” Unlike true espresso machines, it was a bulk brewer, and did not brew coffee “expressly” for the individual customer.
17 years later, in 1901, Milanese Luigi Bezzera came up with a number of improvements to the espresso coffee machine. He patented a number of these, the first of which was applied for on the 19th of December 1901. It was titled “Innovations in the machinery to prepare and immediately serve coffee beverage” (Patent No. 153/94, 61707, granted on the 5th of June 1902).
The popularity of espresso developed in various ways; a detailed discussion of the spread of espresso is given in (Morris 2007), which is a source of various statements below.
In Italy, the rise of espresso consumption was associated with urbanization, espresso bars providing a place for socialization. Further, coffee prices were controlled by local authorities, provided the coffee was consumed standing up, encouraging the "stand at a bar" culture.