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Vibiemme Domobar Junior 2B 1gp Leva E61 240V £1044.00
Vibiemme Domobar Junior 2B 1gp Leva E61 240V Espresso Machine
Enjoy the rich flavor of professional quality coffee made at home with the Vibiemme Domobar Junior Dual Boiler manual espresso machine. It features an impressive design with a sleek stainless steel finish. This authentic Italian espresso maker is perfect for any experienced coffee maker that enjoys making homemade espresso.
Steam Boiler: capacity: 0.75 ltr, nickel plated copper with 1,200w element.
Coffee Boiler: capacity: 0.5 ltr, nickel plated copper with 600w element.
Dimensions: Width 25 x Height 45 x Depth 42cm
Water Tank: Removable 1.7 ltr
Operating Pressure: 8-9 Bar
Pressurestat and Pressure Relief Valve
Portafilters: 2 Commercial grade single and double baskets 58mm.
Construction Stainless Steel
Heavy duty True Faema E61 grouphead maintains active flow of water from the grouphead to the heat exchanger in the boiler
Chrome Steam tap with 360° Stainless Steel Wand. 2 Hole Steam Tip holes 1,.5mm 30° Offset.
The ability to extract espresso and steam milk at the same time.
The ability to change the pressure in the boiler in direct relationship to the temperature
Boiler pressure gauge
Pump pressure gauge
Original E-61 grouphead 58mm
ULKA Vibratory pump
Large adjustable overpressure valve (OPV)
Commercial grade steam and hot water valves
Multi-directional steam and hot water wands
One-way valve to eliminate back pressure from the boiler
This machine does not connect to the mains
Multi Boiler Technology
Multiboiler technology has a more limited application compared to its direct competitor, the HX version but the multiboiler is moving onward and upward both for machine operators and for public. VBM was the first manufacturer able to successfully combine the E61 group with Multiboilers technology and is now the only company improving this technology.
With regards to functioning, in comparison with the HX technology, the thermosiphonic circulation principle and pre-infusion remain the same but with the addition of:
1. A more precise control on temperatures during brewing phase
2. Independence of steam power increased from the brewing temperatures
3. Electronic check of the single shots parameters
With regards to the hydraulic circuit, this is the same as in the traditional heater exchanger system (HX). Espresso brewing boiler (B) is connected to the brewing group (GH) through an upper circulation tube (IT) and a lower circulation tube (OT). This can guarantee the water thermosiphonic circulation for the brewing group heating even in the idle phase.
Brewing boiler (B) is totally filled with water and the net pressure (or pump pressure when the group is working) guarantees their immediate filling (saturation) unlike the HX technology system.
Group temperature adjustment is made through a probe (P), driven by a display by means of a control unit: the operator can set the desired temperature value for the group, unlike the HX technology system.
Water and steam boiler (independent of the brewing boiler), always contains a part of water and steam in order to produce steam and tea water. The water/steam ratio is adjustable if you want, unlike the HX technology system. There is no need to worry about how this adjustment influences the brewing temperature since brewing boiler is totally independent of the hydraulic circuit.
Warranty 12 Months return to workshop.
There are 1 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Mike from UK - MainlandOwner14 November 2018 14:58
Built like a tank and weighs about the same
Exudes quality beautiful chrome finish on the group head the mirror finish on the body is not that practical however a damp microfibre cloth will keep the worst at bay
You will need a decent grinder to get the most out of this machine (I have a Mazzer) and some experimentation needed to achieve the ideal shot time and of course crema!
Easy to use approx ten minutes to warm up I would advise briefly opening the steam and hot water tap after five minutes to remove any trapped air especially if you have just refilled the water tank the pressure gauge on the right does climb into the red intially however that eventually settles at around 2 bar the steam side is 1.5 bar
A brilliant machine thank you Espresso Shop!
Wai from Hong Kong asks
Can I use this Espresso machine in Hong Kong? As I know HK is of 220V instead of 240V , kindly advise, thanks!
siwon from Korea Republic of asks
Is machine just offer 110v? How can I buy 220v type instead.