Coffee machine specialist Caffeine has launched a new milk system, developed by Schaerer, that makes the cleaning of machines much easier for bean-to-cup coffee makers.
The new NC Foamer is a chemical-free and environmentally friendly system that works out cheaper than a single dose of the chemicals used to clean a traditional system. Designed for use in the Schaerer Coffee Prime range of bean-to-cup espresso machines, it allows the operator to simply open the door at the end of each shift, unclip the fully biodegradable NC Foamer and dispose of it. The next day they simply clip in a fresh one.
The solution resolves the problem of fresh milk being the best thing for taste and foam texture in espresso-based drinks, yet presenting a real challenge in terms of hygiene and cleaning.
“What used to be a horrible end-of-shift task is now a cinch,” said Justin Stockwell, managing director of Caffeine. “The fact that there’s no need to use powerful cleaning chemicals is a big plus for staff health and safety, too. The system is truly radical, it’s a game-changer.”
The Coffee Prime makes up to 100 espressos or 70 cappuccinos per hour and features a touch-screen control. The superiority of espresso drinks is guaranteed by fine adjustment controls, to ensure the perfect beverage, and features air pump technology, which delivers consistent milk foam quality.
A single NC Foamer costs around £0.60. List prices for the Coffee Prime, with the Fresh Milk Fridge, start from £6,500.
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