Victoria Arduino’s Eagle One is born in response to the new generation of coffee shops where design, performance, and sustainability are determining factors to create a pleasant and memorable experience.
A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) study on the Eagle One revealed it had 23 per cent less environmental impact concerning the same category machine.
It reduces Co2 emissions and drastically minimises energy waste, also helping to lower energy bills – a good consideration in these trying times when every saving matters.
Sustainability has inspired the whole project of Eagle One. This is reflected in its ergonomic design, aluminium and stainless-steel materials, and innovative technology.
The constructive design of the Eagle One with less internal systems can maintain high-performance level while reducing the environmental repercussions.
The Thermal Energy Recovery System uses discharged water to pre-heat incoming water through a recycling method. The result is an 8 per cent saving on total machine consumption.
A New Engine Optimisation engine uses an instant heating system with a unique insulation mechanism, that reduces not only the heat dispersion but also energy consumption. It works almost instantaneously allowing only the necessary amount of water for the extraction to be heated, thus reducing energy-related costs.
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