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The Expobar Brewtus IV is a dual boiler Commercial and prosumer espresso machine equipped with a vibration pump. Two copper boilers let this Expobar dedicate one exclusively to brewing and the other to steaming, frothing and dispensing hot water. New to the fourth generation of the Brewtus line is a dedicated switch that will allow you to turn off the steam boiler and operate with just the brew boiler. Doing so will result in quicker warm-up time as well as yield lower operating costs in the long run.
The Brewtus IV is also outfitted with a Gicar-build PID (Proportional-Integral-Differential) controller that will let you monitor and adjust brew boiler temperature. As with all Expobar machines, the Expobar Brewtus IV comes with a chrome-plated brass E-61 brew group that has been proven to excel at maintaining stable brewing temperature. For commercial-grade steaming and frothing capabilities, the Expobar Brewtus IV is a solid choice.
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The Expobar Brewtus IV equipped with two copper boilers—one for steaming and the other for brewing. Each boiler is outfitted its own 1250-watt heating element and can operate autonomously. The boilers are set to the appropriate temperature for their individual functions and their environments will not fluctuate when you alternate between brewing and frothing. This temperature stability will allow you to achieve consistent results as well as permit brewing and steaming functions to be performed simultaneously.
Steam Boiler Switch
This model has a dedicated switch that will let you control the steam boiler. If you will only pulling a shot and do not need to steam or dispense hot water, switching the steam boiler off will allow you to operate only the brew boiler. From a cold start, the brew boiler can get up to the proper temperature for espresso extraction within 15 minutes. Once activated, the steam boiler will be ready to go in less than 10 minutes.
Brew Boiler Shut-Off Option
If you only want to use the steaming and hot water dispensing functions of the Expobar Brewtus IV, you can turn off the brew boiler. To turn it off, just push and hold the "up" arrow on the digital display for 2 seconds, the display will then say "off." To turn it back on, push and hold the "up" arrow for two seconds.
Gicar PID Control
The PID Control uses pulses of electricity to make sure that the brew boiler is evenly heated and prevent pockets of temperature variation from forming in the first place. The controller can be used to adjust boiler temperature, as necessary, to accommodate a variety of coffee roasts.
E61 Brew Group
The Expobar Brewtus IV’s chrome-plated E61 Brew Group is particularly adept at maintaining brew temperature and creating the ideal environment for espresso extraction. It is served by a state-of-the-art thermo siphon system that circulates hot water from the boiler to the group head in order to prevent temperature variations and maintain proper brewing conditions. The brew group has been redesigned to feature a hollow pre-infusion chamber. During the extraction process, once the hot water encounters the shower screen it floods the pre-infusion chamber before being dispersed evenly through the coffee grounds for superior espresso extraction.
The three-way valve relieves the brew group of pressure post espresso extraction and helps to dry out the puck. It will also allow you to clean the brewing components by backflushing the machine. The three-way valve empties directly and neatly into the drip tray. The Expobar Brewtus IV-P should be backflushed every 7-9 days to maximize performance and durability.
Electronic Boiler Refill Feature
An Electronic Boiler Refill Control monitors water levels within your steam and brew boilers to prevent a dry boil. It will activate and refill the boilers with water from the reservoir or plumbed line if levels are low. It can also turn the boilers off, if they are dry to guard against damage to the machine.
No Burn Steam Wand and Hot Water Dispenser
The steam wand has been carefully insulated to remain cool to the touch, even while it’s in use. The Expobar Brewtus IV has a separate hot water dispenser for your convenience. Both the steam wand and hot water dispenser are mounted on ball joints; they can swivel and rotate to accommodate frothing pitchers and a variety of cup sizes.
The Expobar Brewtus IV has a large 90oz reservoir with an integrated water softener. The water tank can be removed for hassle-free refilling and maintenance.
Lifting the brew lever half way will activate Expobar’s unique pre-infusion feature. The machine will carefully moisten coffee grounds prior to extraction so that you can get the most flavor and aroma out of your coffee.
Housing and Construction
The Expobar Brewtus IV has a body made of heavy-gauge polished stainless steel. It features a passive cup warmer and a large drip tray. Classic styling makes this Expobar model a kitchen stand out.
One year parts & labor warranty
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SpecsBack to Top
|Model||Brewtus IV with Vibration Pump|
|Dimension - Width (Inches)||10.3|
|Dimension - Height (Inches)||15|
|Dimension - Depth (Inches)||18|
|Housing Materials||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Material||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Cover Material||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Capacity (Oz)||96|
|Power Cord Length (Inches)||40|
|Steam Wand Style||Commercial Style|
|Usable Length (Inches)||4.75|
|Height Off Counter (Inches)||4 to 6.5|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|No Burn Wand||Yes|
|Optional Steam Tips Or Wands||Yes|
|Reservoir Or Plumbed||Reservoir|
|Reservoir Capacity (Oz)||90|
|Type Of Controls||Lever|
|Low Water Warning||Yes|
|Pressure Gauges||Brew and Steam|
|Brew Temperature Display||Yes|
|Passive / Active||Passive|
|Material||Chrome Plated Brass|
|Commercial Filter Baskets Included||Single & Double|
|Ground, E.S.E. Pod And Capsule Compatible||Pod Kit Available|
|Bottomless Portafilter Available||Yes|
|Tamper Size (Millimeter)||58|
|Material||Chrome Plated Brass|
|Capsule / Pod Friendly||Pod Kit Available|
|Back Flush Capable||Yes|
|Number Of Boilers||2|
|Brew And Steam Simultaneously||Yes|
|Brew Boiler Data|
|Brew Boiler Type||Large Volume|
|Brew Boiler Watts||1250|
|Brew boiler Volume (Oz)||1.7 Liter|
|Brew Boiler Material||Copper|
|Brew Boiler Orientation||Vertical|
|Brew Boiler Heater Location||Internal|
|Brew Boiler Auto Fill||Yes|
|Steam Boiler Data|
|Steam Boiler Type||Heat Exchanger|
|Steam Boiler Watts||1250|
|Steam Boiler Volume (Oz)||1.7 Liter|
|Steam Boiler Material||Copper|
|Steam Boiler Orientation||Vertical|
|Steam Boiler Heater Location||Internal|
|Steam Boiler Vacuum Relief valve||Yes|
|Steam Boiler Auto Fill||Yes|
|Maximum Pressure (Bar)||16|
|Brew Pressure Adjustability||Yes|
|Self Priming Pump||8 to 9 Bar|
|Initial Heat Up (Seconds)||1080|
|Recommended Heat Up Time (Seconds)||1800|
|Time To Steam 8 Oz Milk (Seconds)||9.5|
|Hot Water Temp 8 Oz (F)||197|
|Hot Water Time 8 Oz (Seconds)||7|
|Hot Water Recovery Time (Seconds)||0|
|Sound Level - Brewing (Db)||61|
|Sound Level - Grinding (Db)||No|
|Rechargeable Water Softener||Yes|
|Back Flush Cleaner Used||Cafiza|
|Country Of Manufacture||Spain|
|Recommended Applications||Home / Commercial|
|Repairs By||Whole Latte Love|
Question & AnswersAsk our Community any quesiton you may have about this product! We are happy to help. Back to Top
Maggie aswered:Anything food safe will do. The kind we use is called PetroGel, and we do have it available if you call in (it's not on the website yet). Please call us at 1-888-411-5282, option 3, and we will be happy to assist you.
Maggie aswered:It is the same type of tubing as in the water reservoir of the Brewtus-we do have it available. The part number is EX-35021002, and is $3.90 S&H. To order, please call us at 1-888-411-5282, option 3, and we will be happy to assist you.
techkathy aswered:Roy - We recommend having the machine professionally serviced every 3-5 years depending on use and water quality. We also carry replacement parts for the Expobar brand. Some are available on our website. If you can not find the part you are looking for on our site, please call technical... more
mjackson aswered:Steve, Great question. There are a few reasons. The most easily understood is that the machine needs to be able to sense the water in the boiler. The probe need to be able to tell how low the water is in the boiler so it can fill it when needed. If there is nothing in the water to help complete... more
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