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Michael R Serra

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at 08-13-2013 3:44pm
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump

I am interested in the Expobar Brewtus IV-R but I am concerned about the lack of reservoir. I plan to plumb it in eventually, but expect to be moving soon, so I don't want to plumb it into the house I am currently in. Can I just drop the water line into a pitcher for now and operate it like that until I move?

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Maggie M You can absolutely use a separate reservoir with no issues. Just make sure that, when you do plumb it in somewhere, that you install a water pressure regulator on the line going into the machine. It needs to be no more than 40 PSI.

08-28-2013 12:15pm |

Daniel Adams

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at 03-11-2013 7:47pm
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump

Looking to start a small coffee shop, but have never owned an expresso machine. I was wondering if the Expobar Brewtus IV-R would be a good machine to learn the art of making quality coffee at home before we open up our business? I also would like to know how many cups per hour this machine will produce. I was kind of thinking of purchasing one now, and maybe a second one later to keep up with the demands of a coffee shop.

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A A Daniel,
Because commercial situations are all very unique, I would suggest calling Mark Jackson in our commercial sales department. He can be reached at 1-888-411-5282, option 1, then option 2.

03-12-2013 9:01am |

Helen Liberatore

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at 01-11-2013 8:42pm
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump

What's a good grinder to go with Expobar Brewtus IV

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mjackson ♦ Helen,

Certainly there are many choices. I think since you have such a great machine you should consider a grinder that will compliment your selection. I would look at the Baratza Vario. It is an amazing grinder for the price. Next I would consider the Mazzer Mini. If you really want a special grinder look at the Ceado E37. They will all work well. The Baratza would be the most cost effective and the Ceado would be the most professional.

01-14-2013 10:01pm |

David Fox

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at 01-08-2013 12:15pm
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump
Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump

I suppose it is best to connect this to a source of reverse osmosis filtered water?

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A A David,
Any kind of filtered water will help prolong the life of a machine and help prevent against scale build up. I know a lot of people have plumbed machines into RO water systems and had no problems.

01-08-2013 1:30pm |