The PID (Proportional integral derivative) control system powers the steam and coffee boiler elements to maintain your programmed temperatures. During espresso pour the PID ensures stable brew water temperature vital for the perfect coffee extraction. During steaming the PID ensures strong stable steam pressure for milk texturing. The PID also has a built-in shot clock, eco mode and a cleaning reminder.
E61 Group Head
The famous E61 commercial group head is the same group head you will find in many cafe machines. Made from 4kg of chrome-plated brass, it provides excellent thermal stability vital for great espresso. The E61 passive pre-infusion system gently infuses your ground coffee with hot water at a lower pressure allowing the coffee to expand uniformly in the basket for superior coffee extraction.
Dual boiler System
Separate coffee water and steam boilers allow you to make coffee and steam milk at the same time. Unlike an HX machine, with dual boilers, there is no crossover or compromise. Each boiler is programmed independently to your requirements via the PID. Set the coffee boiler to the perfect brew temperature for your coffee beans and the steam boiler to your ideal steaming pressure.
Dual pressure gauges
The double pressure gauges allow you to monitor the steam boiler pressure and the coffee brewing pressure from pre-infusion to final extraction.
Over Pressure Valve
An adjustable OPV (Overpressure valve) limits the group head pressure for optimal extraction.
Spring-loaded long life non-compression steam and hot water valves are easy to operate have a long working life.
No Burn Steam Wand
The steam wand produces a powerful dry steam ideal for texturing milk. The Pro 700 comes with a 2 hole tip ideal for smaller 340ml / 600ml jugs and a 4 hole tip for steaming large jugs quickly. The ball joint connection allows perfect positioning of the steam wand. The commercial soft-close valve provides easy steam pressure control with minimal wear. Cool-touch technology makes the wand easier to handle and easier to clean as milk is less likely to bake on.