How to handle the coffee equipment during a longer break – short instructions
If you have a coffee machine, a grinder or other equipment, it is very important to keep clean and in good working condition. If they are cared for correctly, the types of equipment can offer years of stress-free use. In these times when the equipment is not in use, there are several risks you´d like to avoid. We will help you to make sure it´s all´ve been taken care of and you don´t need to worry.
2 groups traditional coffee machines consumes around 10 kW per day in stand-by mode
If the machine is not in use, there is a risk to build up lime scale in the main boiler, group heads, electromagnetic valves
There is a risk of leakage during unsupervised periods
If the machine is not in use, there is a risk of concentration of metals in the boilers
The coffee beans releases coffee oils which leave unpleasant smell in the bean hopper
The old coffee remained in between the burrs for a longer period of time might block them
The ground coffee remained in the coffee spout might block the fresh coffee flow
Take your own health into your own hands and stay safe.
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