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which do you prefer a prosumer or a semi-commercial coffee machine

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commercial
1 (33.3%)
domestic
0 (0%)
stovetop
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cowboy coffee
1 (33.3%)

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Author Topic: Rancilio S24 single group commercial machine for sale  (Read 8903 times)

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Ok so as all  good things must come to pass so too is it time to move on from my trusty stead - the s24 has been a faithful and reliable workhorse capable of producing excellent coffee but it's time to move on

This is not a toy it's a commercial espresso machine designed for commecial environments as such it produces very fine coffee Indeed in a domestic setting

Specs as follows

Factory Rated Performance: 70 drinks/hour/110V, 85 drinks/hour 220/240V
Boiler: 4 liter welded copper boiler with welded heat exchanger. Electroplate finish, automatic boiler water level, anti-syphon valve
Group: Rancilio forged brass with thermosyphon circulation
Gauges: 2" diameter boiler pressure gauge
Safety/Thermostats: Safety thermostat for boiler element with reset, Adjustable pressurestat, Boiler pressure safety valve
Pump: Procon reciprocating pump with by-pass valve
Drip Tray: all stainless steel with hook-up to drain
Bodywork: Baydur baked enamel on die-cast aluminum over iron-frame/ stainless steel
Dimensions: 610mm H x 200mm W x 390mm D (18" H x 14" W x 20" D)
Weight: 38 Kg.
Power:  1700 Watts - 220/240V

Included Accessories: 1 Single and 1 Double Portafilter


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« Reply #1 on: 12/02/2012, 11:09 PM »
What price are you putting on this fine machine mate?
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« Reply #2 on: 13/02/2012, 03:19 AM »
oopps sorry meant to put the price on but got called away by daddy duty - Price is $1000 not negotiable, and machine is pick up only from West Preston

The machine has been recently serviced (not that it needed it but I like to keep it serviced once per year anyway, and has new seals, and has recently been descaled

only filtered water  has been used through the 2lt built in water tank and the machine has mostly been used to make two coffees per day three days per week, as well as occasional catering gigs - where it has performed magnificently!

Inspection is welcome for seriously interested parties and will not disappoint - the quality of the coffee produced is on par with my custom build BFC Synchro at work - and that's saying something!

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« Reply #3 on: 13/02/2012, 12:52 PM »
ok here's a photo of the machine after my gazillionth attempt to upload it!
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« Reply #4 on: 14/02/2012, 06:49 PM »
Hi all the purchase of my intended replacement coffee machine fell through so I'm going to have to withdraw this worthy contender from sale

Having a look around though there's nothing I'd rather have for twice the money!

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