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  1. #1
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    SOLD: Rocket R58 / E61 Espresso Machine (PID DUAL BOILER)

    $1800 obo (collection only - will assist a courier but cannot pack / wrap it)

    I bought this used from someone local who had hardly used it about 12 months ago.



    I personally haven't used it for 3 months until today (Feb 6) to give it a run through and clean


    The only reason I'm selling is I've upgraded and this was going to go into my private office but I'm also now moving to LA.


    Collection only from Brooklyn 11201. Local delivery might be possible for an additional fee if I'm available.

    OFFICIAL INFO

    The R58 is a dual boiler espresso machine featuring PID temperature control, full commercial rotary pump, and the option of using a direct water connection or the water reservoir supply.Independently operating dual boilers and superior
    thermo siphon system design allows for unprecedented stability in the espresso boiler with increased levels of both steam pressure and hot water supply available from the independent service boiler.Rocket Espresso styling and build quality. Espresso without compromise.Technical information:
    - Bodywork: All stainless steel (AISI 304) with stainless steel cup frame surround.
    - Brewing head: Commercial brewing head. Weight 4.05 kg (9 lbs)
    - Pre-infusion: Dual pre-infusion system:
    mechanical pre-infusion system with progressively working piston and static pre-infusion chamber. This reflects into smooth coffee extraction with optimum aroma, body and "crema".
    - Dual boiler system for optimum coffee and steam/hot water performances: Rocket R58 machines come with one dedicated boiler for coffee water and one boiler for steam and hot water (service boiler). The guarantee for consistent performances and temperature stability.
    - Boilers: Coffee water boiler:
    0.58 litre capacity, copper made. Service boiler: 1.7 litre capacity, copper made. Boiler comes with lead free brass endplates and additional external insulation for optimum thermal retention. Optimised boiler capacity ratio to heater power. Results in fast heat up time.
    - Heaters: Coffee water boiler: 1.400
    watt, Service boiler: 1.400 watt. Maximum simultaneous power consumption: 1.550 watt.
    - Pump type: Full commercial rotary type pump (not vibration type pump) with external pressure adjustment.
    - Temperature control of boilers: Electronic control by PID sensors inside the boilers for precise temperature control.
    - Pressure gauges: One dedicated gauge for pump pressure and one for service boiler pressure control.
    - Stainless steel steam wand: With our cool-touch technology: anti-burn (only the nozzle gets hot); easy cleaning as milk does not bake on wand; more efficient steam, as heat is not dissipated around the wand. Steam nozzle designed for easy milk foaming with
    fine texture.
    - Electronically controlled Microprocessor: controlled automatic level control of coffee water boiler, service
    boiler and fresh water
    reservoir, with low water level indication system.
    - Safety valve: Fully certified commercially rated safety valve.
    - Water supply:
    2.5 litre fresh water reservoir or alternatively direct water connection (hard plumbed) with full
    drip tray drainage system. (I have it set up with the water tank)

    Additional Info:
    Manufacturer Rocket
    Model R58
    Width 310 mm
    Height 390 mm
    Depth 440 mm
    Net weight 29 kg
    Watts 1400W per each boiler
    Volts 220V
    Case Material All stainless steel (AISI 304)
    Boiler Material Copper
    Coffee water boiler Volume 0.58 liter
    Service boiler Volume 1.7 liter
    Water supply
    2.5 litre
    fresh water reservoir or alternatively direct water connection
    Steam Wand Type Traditional Only
    Cup Warmer Yes
    Warm Up: Brew Time 45 minutes
    Boiler Design Dual Boiler
    Head group E61
    Pump Type full commercial rotary pump
    Pre-Infusion/Aroma No
    Material Stainless steel AISI 304 body
    SOLD: Rocket R58 / E61 Espresso Machine (PID DUAL BOILER)-img_2823.jpgSOLD: Rocket R58 / E61 Espresso Machine (PID DUAL BOILER)-img_2824.jpgSOLD: Rocket R58 / E61 Espresso Machine (PID DUAL BOILER)-img_2826.jpg

    Last edited by PinkRose; 05-09-2017 at 02:48 PM. Reason: The espresso machine has been sold

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    Hello Ricki,

    Please post a message here when you sell your espresso machine.

    Thanks,

    Rose

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    Hi Ricki, is this machine available still? Do you know which version it is? How can I get ahold of you without putting my information here for every one to see?

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    Sorry, totally forget to post it had sold. Sorry.

 

 

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