Refurbished Expobar Brewtus IV with Vibration Pump Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine

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The Refurbished Expobar Brewtus IV with Vibration Pump Semi-Automatic Commercial Espresso Machine allows you to acquire a top-of-the-line machine at the lowest possible price with great support from Whole Latte Love.

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.

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.

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Anthony asked:
posted on Aug 23, 2013 09:13PM

Question by Anthony F.

Could you please send pic's of the actual machine and close ups of any scratches. How old is the machine?What did you refurbish?
Maggie aswered:
Sending photographs of the actual machine you would receive is, unfortunately, not something we are able to do. Our refurbished machines come from buyer's remorse returns (within 30 days of purchase), usually along the lines of lack of counter space or difficulty of use. It is sold as a... more