Expobar Office Pulser Espresso Machine

 By Expobar

Expobar Office Pulser Espresso Machine  By Expobar


The Expobar Office Pulser is a heat-exchanger machine that delivers high quality construction and elements, such as the E61 group and adjustable OPV, at a huge value. It is reliable and easy to use, flexible enough for use in a home or small cafe setting.

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The simplest of the Expobar Office line, the Pulser carves out a space all its own with its unique aesthetics. As a medium capacity heat-exchange machine, it can brew and steam simultaneously, making it ideal for crafting cappuccinos and lattes at home or in a coffee kiosk. We’re particularly impressed with Expobar’s barista-focused construction, as seen in the fully articulating steam and hot water wands; temperature retaining chrome plated brass portafilter; and especially in their reimagined E61 group head. A traditional E61 syphons hot water through the brew circuit to ensure the brew water always retains its temperature, and Expobar’s adds to that by integrating a concave pre-infusion chamber to soak the grounds prior to brewing and aid in the extraction. Due to these features, we’ve noted impressive temperature stability while brewing with the Pulser.

Using the Pulser couldn’t be simpler. Cups are conveniently stored atop the machine on the passively heated cup warmer; the on/off switch is front and center, situated between the steam and hot water knobs; and an imbedded temperature-ready indicator light burns bright to cue you when it’s ready to brew. It’s powerful, yet compact enough to fit under a standard 16” cabinet, making the Pulser an excellent fit for baristas at home or work. Internally, the machine sports electronic boiler controls, safety switches and commercial quality components. Also part of Expobar’s Office Line are the Control, which offers programmable volumetric brewing at the press of a button, and the Office Lever, which offers larger capacities and all over stainless construction, as well as an option to plumb the machine into a water line with the Office Lever Plus model.

Redesigned E-61 Group Head

Redesigned E-61 Group Head

A standard E-61 group constantly syphons water from the boiler to the group and back, but Expobar raised the bar by adding a pre-infusion chamber. This innovative addition evenly distributes hot water over the grounds for a uniform saturation during pre-infusion and throughout the brewing process.

Heat-Exchange Boiler

Heat-Exchange Boiler

The Pulser’s 1.8 L heat-exchanger boiler has an internal chamber that houses the brew water, while the steam is cordoned to the surrounding chamber, preventing them from coming into contact. This design pre-heats the brew water and allows for simultaneous brewing and steaming at all times.

Manually Adjustable Brew Pressure

Manually Adjustable Brew Pressure

For the explorative baristas, the Pulser offers the ability to easily change its brew pressure by adjusting the OPV, or over pressure valve. This allows the user to experiment with various brew pressures on the hunt for that elusive perfect shot.

ESE Pod Compatible

ESE Pod Compatible

With the additional ESE pod kit, the Pulsar can brew espresso using pre-ground coffee pods. This flexibility is perfect for a multi-user home or office setting, where skill levels might vary, because everyone deserves a delicious espresso regardless of barista status.

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Specifications

Property Value
SKU EXPULSAR-WLL
Boiler Configuration Heat-Exchanger Preheated
Number of Boilers 1
Boiler Features Brew & Steam Simultaneously,Rapid Steam
Brew Boiler Heater Location Internal
Brew Boiler Material Copper
Brew Boiler Orientation Vertical
Brew Boiler Type Heat Exchanger
Brew Boiler Volume (Oz) 57 fl-oz
Three-Way Valve Manual
Brew Group Material Chrome Plated Brass
Brew Group Size (mm) 58 mm
Brew Group Type E61
Brew Boiler Wattage 1250
Recommended Application Home / Residential
Display Type LEDs
Controls and Additional Features Low-Water Warning,Pre-Infusion
Pressure Gauges Brew Circuit
Type of Controls Rocker Switch
Cup Height (max, inches) 3.5 in
Cup Warmer Material Stainless Steel
Cup Warmer Size (L-in x W-in) 10x8
Cup Warmer Passively Heated
Drip Tray Capacity (oz) 20 fl-oz
Drip Tray Cover Material Stainless Steel
Drip Tray Material Plastic
Portafilter Baskets Included Double,Single
Housing Color Stainless Steel
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Recommended Water Filter No Filter Required
Water Filter Compatibility Yes
Depth (Inches) 16.5 in
Height (Inches) 15.25 in
Weight (Lbs) 36 lbs
Width (Inches) 9.5 in
Hot Water Reheat Time (Typ. Seconds) 0 sec
Hot Water Temperature (8oz, Deg. F) 195 f
Hot Water Time (8oz, Seconds) 13 sec
Time to Steam 8oz of Milk (Seconds) 9 sec
Time to Heat (Minimum Seconds) 420 sec
Time to Heat (Recommended Seconds) 900 sec
Filter Diameter (mm) 58 mm
Portafilter Material Chrome Plated Brass
Number of Portafilters Included 1
Ground, E.S.E., Pod and Capsule Compatibility Ground Coffee
Portafilter Type Commercial Style
Portafilter Weight (lbs) 1 lbs
Adjustable Brew Pressure Yes
Pump Pressure (Max. Bar) 15 Bar
Pump Type Vibration Pump
Pump Wattage 41 watts
Warranty Service Provider Email Support@Wholelattelove.com
Warranty Service Provider Whole Latte Love
Warranty Service Provider Phone Number 888-411-5282
Manufacturers Warranty Period 3-Year Parts and Labor Warranty
Volt 110V-120V (US)
Watts 1469
Power Cord Length (inches) 40
Steam Boiler Type Single Boiler Dual-Use
Steam Wand Cup Clearance 6.75
Steam Wand Features Swappable Steam Tips
Steam Tip Hole Count 1
Steam Wand Material Stainless Steel
Steam Wand Movement Type Fully Articulated
Steam Wand Cappuccinatore
Steam Wand Usable Length 5.75
Water Reservoir Access Location Top
Water Reservoir Capacity 93
Water Reservoir Features Removable
Water Reservoir Material Plastic
Water Source Built-In Reservoir

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