Probat L12 Modified High Output Coffee Roaster

Started by Erik Barkley in Classifieds 3 hours ago. 0 Replies

1996 Modified Probat L-12Modifications:Increased from 95,000 BTU's/hr to 165,000 BTU's/hrDedicated stir arm motorNew bearings front and back with grease nipplesExternal cyclone with dedicated blower for exhaustDedicated blower for cooling tray…Continue

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kees van der westen 3 group spirit

Started by Jeff in Classifieds yesterday. 0 Replies

Hi we are selling a kees van der westen spirit 3 group head. Good machine just selling because we closed down one of our shops. always been serviced on time. new heat exchanger for the boiler. full descale of the machine.  Continue

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Diedrich CR-25 for sale

Started by Stephen Hoffman in Classifieds Mar 30. 0 Replies

This a reliable workhorse roaster in outstanding condition, we’re simply outgrowing it! Independent roast/cool fans. USB connection for Cropster, etc. Great upgrade from an IR-12. Manufactured in Idaho, 2013 model, includes destoner and exhaust…Continue

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2019 Linea PB for sale

Started by Lance Roper in Classifieds. Last reply by Lance Roper Mar 22. 3 Replies

This Linea PB came out of a slower cafe that went out of business shortly after purchasing it. It operates perfectly, and…Continue

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KvdW Mirage Idrocompresso For Sale

Started by Martin Gajda in Classifieds. Last reply by Martin Gajda Mar 9. 2 Replies

Two machines for sale, individually or as a bundle. Kees van der Westen Mirage 2 and 3 group lever machines with a Veloce upgrade. Both machines well maintained by authorized Kees technician, in a perfect condition. Used in a low to average volume…Continue

For sale 2 group Slayer

Started by John Herrmann in Equipment & Tech. Last reply by John Herrmann Feb 3. 2 Replies

I have a Slayer espresso machine for sale. I just had it rebuilt by Solution Espresso Services here in San Diego. Asking $5,000.00. I’m willing to negotiate.

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Probat L12 Modified High Output Coffee Roaster

1996 Modified Probat L-12Modifications:Increased from 95,000 BTU's/hr to 165,000 BTU's/hrDedicated stir arm motorNew bearings front and back with grease nipplesExternal cyclone with dedicated blower for exhaustDedicated blower for cooling tray (roast and cool simultaneously)4 bean thermocouples (varying sizes)1 exhaust thermocouple1 air intake thermocoupleCustom engineered high temp exhaust pressure manometerMagnehelic gas gaugePhidget 1058 thermocouple reader 60-80 lbs/hr outputAll of our…See More
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kees van der westen 3 group spirit

Hi we are selling a kees van der westen spirit 3 group head. Good machine just selling because we closed down one of our shops. always been serviced on time. new heat exchanger for the boiler. full descale of the machine.  See More
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Diedrich CR-25 for sale

This a reliable workhorse roaster in outstanding condition, we’re simply outgrowing it! Independent roast/cool fans. USB connection for Cropster, etc. Great upgrade from an IR-12. Manufactured in Idaho, 2013 model, includes destoner and exhaust pipes. Located outside Philadelphia at One Village Coffee. Available as soon as May 2021. $60,000 plus crating/shipping.Email steve.hoffman@onevillagecoffee.com for more info/photos/video tour See More
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Lance Roper replied to Lance Roper's discussion 2019 Linea PB for sale
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Lance Roper replied to Lance Roper's discussion 2019 Linea PB for sale
"Hi Sabrina, I'm located in Toledo, OH! I'm sorry that I left this up after the machine had sold. I didn't get much response from here, and so naturally I forgot about it. We're authorized resellers for La Marzocco, so if you need…"
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