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Rocket Espresso R Cinquantotto Espresso Machine
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The Rocket Espresso R Cinquantotto features all-new walnut accents, as well as dual boilers regulated by a PID temperature controller for consistent brewing. Its rotary pump is near-silent and lets you plumb the machine directly into a water line for even easier operation.
Just one look at this espresso machine and you know right away that it is loaded with features. Here are some of the things that set it apart:
E61 Group Head – It uses the famous E61 Group Head. For those who are familiar with espresso machines, the E61 Group Head is known as the standard in the industry because it is designed to maintain the temperature throughout the whole extraction process. Any fluctuation during the process can have an effect on the quality of the espresso.
Heat-Exchanging Boiler – The 1.8-liter boiler of the Appartamento has a heat exchanger which allows milk frothing and coffee brewing at the same time. It is also insulated to keep the temperature stable and costs low.
Professional-level Gauge – The Appartamento has a gauge that shows the pressure inside the boiler. You can use the information that it provides to improve the espresso that you can produce.
Reliable Pump – Delivering the right level of pressure when it is needed, the vibration pump used by Rocket engineers on the Appartamento is also quiet and has a unique device that reduces backpressure, which prevent blocks from happening.
Safe Wands – The machine is equipped with wands that were designed for safety. It can be handled without having to worry about being scalded by steam or being burnt.
Quality Accessories – The Appartamento comes with an aluminum tamper, dual portafilters, a basket, a brush, a scoop, a piece of cloth for cleaning, and the manuals.
Stainless Steel Housing – The Appartamento uses an AISI 304 stainless steel case that is elegant, practical, and durable.
Dual Pre-Infusion – This espresso machine from Rocket has a mechanical pre-infusion. Pre-infusion refers to the first few seconds of the brewing when the coffee is immersed in water under low pressure.