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ECM Technika V Profi Espresso Machine – PID, HX, Rotary Pump, 115V

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Original price $3,150.00
Current price $2,750.00

The Technika V Profi PID is able to perform barista tasks with the help of the tools that are normally found in expensive prosumer machines. Make full use of E61 group head and an included PID controller which will allow for much greater temperature stability as well as the option to adjust the brew temperature and bring out more subtle flavors in coffee. This machine makes use of a single 2.1 liter stainless steel boiler, which will allow you to pour the shot after shot! All in all, this is a perfect semi-automatic machine for a home of 1-2 coffee drinkers that really do know the difference.  

  • E61 Group Head - The ECM Technika PID features a well known and widely used E61 group head. This group head comes with a practical design and an outstanding technology. 
  • Heat Exchanger Boiler - One 2.1 liter, insulated stainless steel boiler performs the dual purpose of pouring espresso and steaming the milk(simultaneously). 
  • Rotary Pump - Quiet and reliable and delivering the right pressure when needed, ECM's pump allows for greater performance and also is easily adjustable and durable. 
  • 58mm Portafilter -  the ECM Technika includes and full size portafilter.
  • Professional Gauges - The ECM Technika features  professional gauges. One indicates pump pressure and serves as a great feedback tool which lets you better understand your machine and improve your final results. The other gauge shows large brew. 
  • Large Drip Tray - ECM Technika features a drip tray with even more capacity and more space - even for big cups. 
  • PID Controller Equipped with a PID, Technika lets users control brew temperature precisely. The PID also shares the function of a shot timer and can also display a cleaning reminder.
  • Water Sensor - Level control cuts the power circuit if the water is low, with a microprocessor that automatically controls the level of the water tank and boiler.