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OverviewBack to Top
A true prosumer and light duty commercial espresso machine, the new Expobar Office Lever Plus flawlessly merges commercial capabilities and a consumer-friendly design. An upgrade of the wildly popular Office Lever line, this model has been redesigned to allow it to be plumbed; it also has a new, no-burn steam wand. You’ll have the option of connecting Expobar Office Lever Plus directly to your water supply or using the generous 120oz water reservoir. Heavy users may find plumbing the machine more convenient, as it provides the machine with an endless water supply.
Aside from this insightful upgrade, the Expobar Office Lever Plus retains all of the functionalities that have made it an industry benchmark. The high-end, commercial-grade copper boiler remains standard on this model, ensuring that brewing and steaming operations can be performed seamlessly and simultaneously. As with all Expobars, the E61 Brew Group and professional portafilter are made of chrome-plated marine brass to guarantee maximum temperature stability.
Housed in an elegant, polished stainless steel frame, the Expobar Office Lever Plus comes with a tamper, single and double shot filter baskets, as well as a seven-gram scoop and backflush disc to get you brewing in style.
Please Note: Regulations for commercial use vary between states. Be aware of your local requirements. Machines carrying an NSF approval are labeled as such. Please visit our policies page for warranty information.
SpecsBack to Top
|Model||Office Lever Plus|
|Dimension - Width (Inches)||10.5|
|Dimension - Height (Inches)||16.5|
|Dimension - Depth (Inches)||17.5|
|Housing Materials||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Material||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Cover Material||Stainless Steel|
|Drip Tray Capacity (Oz)||20|
|Drain Line Adaptable||Yes|
|Power Cord Length (Inches)||40|
|Steam Wand Style||Commercial Style|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|No Burn Wand||Yes|
|Optional Steam Tips Or Wands||Yes|
|Reservoir Or Plumbed||Plumbed|
|Reservoir Capacity (Oz)||93|
|Maximum Incoming Water Pressure (PSI)||50 Psi|
|Type Of Controls||Lever|
|Low Water Warning||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||1|
|Brew And Steam Simultaneously||Yes|
|Brew Boiler Data|
|Brew Boiler Type||Heat Exchanger|
|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||One Boiler for the Brew and Steam|
|Maximum Pressure (Bar)||15 Bar|
|Brew Pressure Adjustability||Yes|
|Self Priming Pump||8 to 9 Bar|
|Initial Heat Up (Seconds)||420|
|Recommended Heat Up Time (Seconds)||900|
|Hot Water Temp 8 Oz (F)||195|
|Hot Water Time 8 Oz (Seconds)||13|
|Hot Water Recovery Time (Seconds)||0|
|Sound Level - Brewing (Db)||60|
|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|
Q & ABack to Top
is it good to leave your machine on all day?
Answer by Maggie
It really is not-you want to turn it on to preheat, use it, and then shut it off when you are done. Some of the super-automatic machines do go into sleep mode after an period of non-use, but the majority of them should be shut off after use.
does this machine have a drain ? Peter B
Answer by mjackson
Roger, It can be set up to have a drain line if you so desire. Call and let your salesperson know. For the money it is a great machine
Hi great machine. But I have a couple of questions on one feature. When you remove the water tray, there is a pressure adjustment screw on the bottom right of the machine. 1. What does the adjustment screw actually do? 2. What does it do to the taste of my espresso when it is fully closed (...
Answer by techkathy
1) The adjustment is the OPV and controls the brew pressure. 2) If the brew pressure is too low, the coffee wont come out. If the pressure is too high, the coffee will come through too quickly and taste weak or watery. 3) Before the machine is shipped Whole Latte Love technicians set the...
I do not seem to be getting much steam power out of my Expobar Office lever. I was wanting to try some other tips to see how they work. What would you all recommend?
Answer by dongio2
Ian, I have a fairly new Office Lever and I have not had any problems with steaming, however I'll share some of the tips that I've found help : * making sure the water tank has enough water * clean the tip regularly, you might have some milk that has hardened inside the tip. Before frothing I...
Answer by Ian
I found that it was just technique. I had to get used to the machine. Even though I've master the microfoam with the original tip, I just ordered the rattleware 4 piece set from the accessories section. I will tell you my findings.
Happy to report that my Expobar Office Lever Plus is working after a small hiccup with a loose wire (presumably from shipping). Now for the question, which I am certain that has been posted before, but I couldn't figure out how to search? My shots are very sour. I think that is the correct...
Answer by A
Mark, One of the most helpful videos we have is the Basics of Making Espresso. It goes through the steps to make a really solid shot, and may cause you to have an "Ah-Ha!" moment. Just copy and paste this link and give it a...
Answer by Mark
The tutorial helped for sure. I got pretty scientific and started measuring everything and used a scale to make sure tamp pressure was right. However, I think what helped the sourness is letting the first bit of espresso go into the drip tray. No more than 2 seconds. Read that somewhere....
What's the best type of water to use for this machine? (distilled, artesian, deionized, etc.)
Answer by techkathy
Andre, You should use water with a low mineral content. The machine relies on an electrical signal for the auto-fill function. So the water does need to have some electrolyte in it.