THE premier source for espresso machine enhancements
The PREMIER SOURCE for espresso machine enhancements
We are here for ONE purpose. To provide espresso equipment that will deliver great coffee, consistently, with FULL support and service.
We offer ev complete line of machines from Rancilio, QuickMill, La Spaziale, La Marzocco, IZZO and Vibiemme, meeting every budget from $800 to $20,000+,
While others have noticed our success by offering kits of parts, and zero WARRANTY on the machine itself, we have gone beyond, developing new products that are fully integrated, tested and:
Warranted for TWO years -- parts and labor.
Even better -- we are available by telephone. That's right, actual customer service and support. Remember that?
Of special interest is our modifications of "heat-exchanger" (HX) espresso machines, eliminating the crude, mechanical, and trouble-prone "old school" pressurestat, and replacing it with a modern, non-mechanical and reliable system. Sadly, there are still old-line vendors and bloggers that do not understand the benefits of this approach. And, incredibly there are those who think it is not worth it? Interestingly, none of those persons own one!
Permit me to quote an owner of one of our electronic Quick Mill HX espresso machines, the Andreja Premium:
I wanted to write a follow-up now that I have had this a couple of months and thank you for this GREAT machine. The controls are "tight" and it makes OUTSTANDING espresso (once I got past the operator limitations -- me). I am now marketing my friends to get one of these with the PID -- Thanks for making this great experience possible."
Being new to the espresso domain, I've searched around on Home-Barista.com and CoffeeGeek.com on what is a 'PID' ... Everybody talks about it, but I couldn't find a straight answer! Thought I would be better off asking the guy that knows the best... So here is a couple of simple and maybe silly questions:
So, what IS a 'PID'?
Just ignore the initials. It is a 'smart', highly accurate microcomputer-based temperature controller.
Why would I need a 'PID' on my machine?
To reliably maintain the exact temperature YOU set for great and CONISTENT espresso.
How does the 'PID' work, what kind of control/information does it give me?
It compares the boiler temperature against the value YOU have set, three times per second and silently feeds energy to the heating element in the boiler as needed, to maintain the exact temperature. The readout displays both the temperature you have set, and the current temperature. You may change it at any time and it will remember until YOU change it again.
Pictured is an example of our modified, brand new Rancilio Silvia, which we ship complete with PID computer temperature control. Over 685 have been shipped to date, world wide. This enhancement delivers consistent brew water temperature control and stability that exceeds the performance of machines costing THOUSANDS more. And to maintain the highest quality and reliability, we do NOT offer kits of any kind.
In response to customer requests, we now offer this valuable enhancement for the Quick Mill heat exchanger machines: the "Anita", the "Andreja Premium", and the "Vetrano", Quick Mill's rotary pump HX machine. We have performed this enhancement on over one hundred HX machines.
As time marches on, the heat exchanger type being surpassed by DUAL BOILER machines.
Please call or write for a quote on obtaining advanced technology for YOUR machine, whatever the manufacturer . . .
We offer full repair, service and tune-ups for La Marzocco, La Cimbali, Gaggia, Rancilio, Saeco, Isomac, QuickMill, Izzo, Expobar, and other select makes.
Espresso assistance and support is always free. We welcome your calls or e-mails
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A ROCKET /ECM Authorized Service center
Factory trained La marzocco technicians
An Authorized Rancilio dealer / service center
An authorized Baratza dealer and servicer.
A SAECO / Gaggia Authorized Service center
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Our products only operate on 120v. 60Hz, North America standard.
(As usual, there are certain exceptions)