A heat exchanger coffee machine could be the perfect addition to your kitchen, office or cafe. Efficient, clean and quick, they allow you to brew and steam simultaneously, while only occupying a limited amount of real estate on the kitchen side.
All that sounds great, but you still may be asking yourself; what exactly is a heat exchange coffee machine? And how does a heat exchange espresso machine work? Well, the answer is in the name.
Heat is ‘borrowed’ from the steam boiler to heat the water for brewing, using a copper pipe routed through the main boiler. In this way the heat is passed from the steam boiler to the brewing water: hence the name, ‘heat exchange coffee machine’.
So, are heat exchange espresso machines good? With only one boiler profile to fit in the machine, they generally fit in most kitchens, which makes them an excellent choice for anywhere where there’s a premium on space.
The capacity to brew and steam at the same time makes these machines ideal for anyone who favours milky brews, for families, or common spaces where they will get frequent use. Take a look at our extensive range to find a heat exchange espresso machine that’s perfect for you.