Probat roaster launch

Probat to launch new drum roaster at Host Milano

Roasting plant and equipment manufacturer Probat will launch its new Px 120 drum roaster at HostMilano, from 18 to 22 October. Almost all machine components of the Px 120 are completely redesigned and available as 3D data for the creation of a full virtual plant. The roasting system has been optimised using computational fluid dynamics analytics to increase coffee quality and energy efficiency.
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Victoria Arduino launches the Eagle One

Victoria Arduino launches the Eagle One

Victoria Arduino has presented the new Eagle One coffee machine in a worldwide preview at the Italian Manufacturer Art and Design Exhibition in London, on 19 September. Italian architect Giulio Cappellini customised and signed the machine specifically for the occasion and presented the Eagle One alongside former World Barista Champion James Hoffmann. Read More
Slayer Steam LP Melbourne

Slayer to host Steam LP launch party in Melbourne

Slayer Espresso will celebrate the Melbourne launch of its latest model, the Steam LP, with a party at Cocobei Docklands on 29 August at 6pm. “The Steam LP is unmatched in innovation yet simple to operate – it really does Make Coffee Better, easily,” says Ross Quail, Asia-Pacific Manager for Slayer Espresso.
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Slayer Espresso Steam LP

Slayer Espresso to launch the Steam LP in Australia

Slayer Espresso will host the New South Wales launch party for its latest model, the Steam LP espresso machine, at Haven Specialty Coffee in Surrey Hills on 22 August. The Steam LP is Slayer’s latest edition to the Steam Box Set, a collection of espresso machines that caters to every budget, volume, and brewing type. It was first unveiled at the Specialty Coffee Expo in Boston, United States in April 2019.
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Nexus One

Extraction Artisan Coffee first in the world to install Nexus One

Extraction Artisan Coffee in Logan City, Queensland, has become the first café in the world to install Aremde’s Nexus One coffee machine. Nexus One was designed in the Netherlands and built in Brisbane, under the direction of Aremde Coffee Engineer Geoff Michelmore. Nexus One removes the espresso machine’s wall of steel that traditionally separates the barista from the customer.
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