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Profitec Pro 700 Dual Boiler Espresso Machine

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A truly exceptional home use espresso machine, the Pro 700 is the realization of Profitec’s dream of creating a machine that provides baristas with a singular espresso experience. A marriage of German engineering and Italian tradition, the machine impresses not only with its quality components and construction, but also with nuanced features that ensure ease of use, longevity and the brewing of excellent espresso. We can say without hesitation that the Pro 700 is among the most capable home machines we’ve carried.
Externally, the machine is housed in beautiful mirror-finish stainless steel panels with smoothed edges. The housing rests on a one-piece internal steel frame that extends from the back of the machine through to the drip tray. As opposed to welding the tray to the front of the machine, making it part of the frame protects it from bending or bowing during shipping or as the result of continuous use. The top of the machine provides a spacious cup warming surface and can be removed for easy access the water reservoir. 
As a dual boiler machine, there is both a 0.75 liter boiler dedicated exclusively to brewing and a 2 liter boiler dedicated to steaming. Both boilers are made of stainless steel and  wrapped with thermal insulation. The boilers have been bolted to the frame of the machine for structural stability but are easily removable, an element of the highly modular internal design that allows for easy servicing and repair. Brew pressure is provided by the powerful RPM motor and rotary pump which cuts down on the noise produced by the brewing process and allows you to connect the the machine directly to a water line or use  the 3 liter water reservoir. The last facet of the brewing process, the E61 brew group is made of solid chrome plated brass and is constantly heated by a thermosyphon system to ensure maximum temperature stability.
A benefit of having two boilers, brewing and steaming can be performed simultaneously. The Pro 700 has an insulated steam wand, with a four-hole steam tip. The hot water wand is similarly insulated to help prevent accidental burns. By keeping the surface of the cooler, the insulation also helps to prevent milk from getting burned onto the wand, making it easier to maintain. A unique aspect of steaming and dispensing hot water with this machine are the spring loaded valves. The benefit of these valves is that they don’t need to be fully opened or closed to regulate the flow of steam/water. The way it works is that by turning the knobs, pressure is either added to or released from a spring that holds the valves shut. This prevents you from having to rotate the knobs numerous times to open or close the valves. In turn this reduces wear and tear because you no longer risk over tightening the valves to seal them. When you’re finished brewing, the manual three way valve which is controlled by the brewing lever drains any excess pressure and water directly into the 1 liter drip tray, keeping the internal components dry.
A unique and desirable feature of the Pro 700 is its front mounted dual boiler PID display that monitors both the brew and steam boiler temperatures and allows you to adjust both, a beneficial feature that allows you to achieve more precise brewing conditions to extract certain notes and flavors from different coffees. An additional function boasted by the Pro 700’s PID is its built-in shot timer that switches on when you begin brewing. The timer is accurate up to the second. In addition to the PID, the front of the machine also sports dual pressure gauges that monitor both pump and boiler pressure.
Ultimately, the sum of the features and components listed above is an espresso machine designed to embody Profitec’s passion and knowledge for brewing great espresso. 
The following accessories are included with each Profitec Pro 700:
  • 1 Single Spout Portafilter
  • 1 Double Spout Portafilter
  • 1 Single-Shot Basket
  • 1 Double-Shot Basket
  • 1 Backflush Disc
  • 1 Tamper
  • 1 Cleaning Brush
  • 1 Drip Tray Grid (increases the height of the tray, elevating your cups closer to the brew spouts)
Dimensions: 18.7” D x 13.4” W x 16.5” H
Weight: 68.4lbs


Dual PID Temperature Controller and Shot Timer

The Pro 700 sports an integrated dual PID that monitors the temperatures of both the brew and steam boilers for maximum precision. The PID also doubles as a shot timer with up to the second accuracy.

E61 Brew Group and Thermosyphon System

Renowned for its contributions to maintaining temperature stability in professional grade espresso machines, the E61 is constantly heated with water from the thermosyphon system. The solid brass E61 also features a pre-infusion cylinder to wet your grounds with low pressure water prior to brewing to aid in the extraction process.

Dual Boiler Brewing

Having two boilers means that you can brew and steam at the same time. It also helps to ensure temperature stability as each boiler is heated separately and monitored by its own PID.

Rotary Pump

The powerful rotary pump runs much more quietly than vibration pumps and allows the Pro 700 to be plumbed directly into water lines. The machine boasts an impressive 3 liter water reservoir fitted with a low volume sensor that automatically shuts the machine off to prevent the boiler from running dry.

Dual Pressure Gauges

Internal pump and boiler pressures are displayed on the front of the machine by the Pro 700’s dual gauges, allowing you to keep an eye on things.

Spring Loaded Steam and Water Valves

The steam and hot water valves are both spring loaded, preventing you from having to rotate the knobs numerous times to open or close them, which in turn reduces wear and tear.

Insulated Steam and Hot Water Wands

To help prevent accidental burns, both the steam and hot water wands have been insulated to keep them from getting too hot too quickly.


Misc Data
Manufacturer: Profitec
Model: Pro 700
Dimension - Width (Inches): 13.4
Dimension - Height (Inches): 16.5
Dimension - Depth (Inches): 18.7
Weight (lbs): 68.4
Watts: 1400
Volts: 115
Housing Materials: Stainless Steel
Drip Tray Material: Stainless Steel
Drip Tray Cover Material: Stainless Steel
Drip Tray Capacity (Oz): 32
Drain Line Adaptable: Yes
Frame: Steel
Body Materials: Stainless Steel
Power Cord Storage: No
Tall Legs: Yes
Power Cord Length (Inches): 48
Cup Height
Adjustable Height: Yes
High (Inches): 4
Low (Inches): 3.25
Frothing Wand
Material: Stainless Steel
Steam Wand Style: Commercial Style
Wand Movement: Articulating
Number Of Holes: 4
No Burn Wand: Yes
Water Source
Reservoir Or Plumbed: Both
Reservoir Capacity (Oz): 101
Reservoir Material: Plastic
Reservoir Access: Top
Reservoir Removable: Yes
Maximum Incoming Water Pressure (PSI): 50 Psi
Type Of Controls: Lever
Display Type: PID
Power Light: Yes
Temperature Control: Yes
Clock / Timer: Yes
Pre-Infusion: Yes
Low Water Warning: Yes
Pressure Gauges: Brew and Steam
Steam Control: Yes
Brew Temperature Display: Yes
Cup Warmer
Material: Stainless Steel
Size (Inches): 10x8
Passive / Active: Passive
Portafilter Data
Material: Chrome Plated Brass
Type: Commercial Style
Quantity Included: 2
Diameter (Millimeter): 58
Commercial Filter Baskets Included: Single & Double
Bottomless Portafilter Available: Yes
Tamper Size (Millimeter): 58
Brew Group
Material: Chrome Plated Brass
Type: E61
Preheat: Yes
Three-Way Valve: Manual
Back Flush Capable: Yes
Boiler Data
Number Of Boilers: 2
Brew And Steam Simultaneously: Yes
Rapid Steam: Yes
Brew Boiler Data
Brew Boiler Type: Large Volume
Brew Boiler Watts: 1200
Brew boiler Volume (Oz): .75 Liter
Brew Boiler Material: Stainless Steel
Brew Boiler Orientation: Vertical
Brew Boiler Heater Location: Internal
Insulated: Yes
Steam Boiler Data
Insulated: Yes
Steam Boiler Type: Large Volume
Steam Boiler Watts: 1400
Steam Boiler Volume (Oz): 2 Liter
Steam Boiler Material: Stainless Steel
Steam Boiler Orientation: Vertical
Steam Boiler Heater Location: Internal
Steam Boiler Vacuum Relief valve: Yes
Steam Boiler Auto Fill: Yes
Pump Data
Pump Type: Rotary
Pump Wattage: 120
Maximum Pressure (Bar): 16
Brew Pressure Adjustability: Yes
Self Priming Pump: Yes
Initial Heat Up (Seconds): 900
Recommended Heat Up Time (Seconds): 1500
Hot Water Temp 8 Oz (F): 199
Hot Water Time 8 Oz (Seconds): 7
Hot Water Recovery Time (Seconds): 0
Sound Level - Brewing (Db): 55
Back Flush Cleaner Used: Cafiza
Country Of Manufacture: Italy
NSF Certified: No
Recommended Applications: Home Use
Service provided
Repairs By: Whole Latte Love
Contact Number: 888-411-5282


Woodbutcher asked:

How long is the warantee and does WLL do the work?

Zapa asked:


I am thinking about ordering a profitec pro 700. However, I am concered with the eletrical load the machine needs. By my calculations it will trip a standard outlet.  When heating up, does the machine attempt to heat both boilers at the same time or does it alternate back and forth between the two boilers until both are at temp? If anyone has some good info or has experience and can give me some information that would be great.  I am interested if it trips the fuse ever, do you have to do anything to set the machine up so it goes back and forth, how long does it take the machine to reach operating temperature in both boilers, and anything else you know about it.


Thank you!


Answer by DanMoraldo:

The Profitec Pro 700 is a great dual boiler machine.  As for the electrical needs, it does not heat both boilers simultaneously.  The PID will alternate the heating of each boiler repectively so a fuse should not trip a standard outlet.  It typically will take about 15-20 minutes to heat up to temperature ideal for pulling shots.  Feel free to give me a call directly should you have any further questions or concerns.  My name is Dan and I can be reached at 888-411-5282 ext. 5153.  I am happy to assist.  Thanks and have a great day. 

The features say it has pre-infusion, but mine definitely does not.  Can you confirm if it does?  It doesn't mention it on the Profitec site.  The middle position of my machine does nothing, and it's kind of disappointing since I am part of the group that "believes in" pre-infusion.

Edit: After some research, I understand that the middle position of the level is not supposed to open the valve for pre-infusion and that the preinfusion is within the design of the group and is a sort of accumulator where the cam resides in the machine.  Sorry for posting such contraversial question.

So, to answer my own question without causing a fuss, it does have pre-infusion inherently in the E61 design, but the middle position does not open the valve, allowing line pressure to be introduced to the puck (but this can be accomplished by adjusting the protusion depth of the microswitch so that when you lift the level slightly above the middle position to open the valve, the microswitch is not activated).

Answer by Sanfam:

You've hit the answer dead-on!  This machine's group head contains a small reserve of water which is drained into the puck when the lever is lifted to the middle position, pre-infusing the coffee.

Stacey asked:

I was wanting to purchase this machine for a small bakery.  I would likle the machine to have an NSF rating.  Do you know if this machine meets commerical requirements?

Answer by DanMoraldo:

The Profitec machines are excellent machines but they are NOT NSF Certified unfortunately.  Please give me a call at your earliest convenience and I will be happy to make sure you get the right machine for your particular needs.  My name is Dan and I can be reached at 888-411-5282 ext. 5153.  

Does the Profitec Pro700 have a drain kit.  In the video it looks like it can be plumbed for water but not to drain

Answer by Erik:

Yes we do have them but they are not listed on the website.  If you would like to contact me at 1-888-411-5282 ext 5193 I can set it up in the order for you.

Dharb asked:

Do you sell replacement tips for the profitec pro 700 steam wand? Or do any other tips you sell fit? Mine shipped with a two hole tip and i'm wanting to make it a 4-hole tip

Answer by Sanfam:

In our experience, the Expobar steam tips appear to fit Profitec's steam wands perfectly.  On the other side, the Rocket Espresso steam tips do not seem to fit consistently.  

Answer by Dharb:

All i see are la spaziale and rocket tips for sale here though... unless I'm not searching correctly...

chanberg asked:

I understand the water tank access is from the top. Do we need to take out the water tank for refill or just top up from the top? 

Answer by Sanfam:

With the Pro 700, you can refill the water tank without removing it, so long as you have enough space above it to hold a pitcher or run a sprayer/hose to it.

Is the Voltage on the Profitec 700 switchable: 110/220?  Do you ship to Australia and how much is freight?

Answer by Erik:

This item utilizes a 110 outlet but unfortunately we do not ship outside the United States

Dennis asked:

Hurts to even ask the question, but the machine is about 1/2 inch too tall to fit between my lower and upper cabinets in the kitchen. Was wondering if the cup rail was made to be removed by any chance?

Answer by Luke:

Yes. The standoffs are secured with hex nuts that look ilke the rest of the hex nuts on the machine. They don't look like they'd be much trouble to remove.

Answer by Luke:

Sorry hex key screws, Ikea-style. Not nuts---no idea why I said that.

POCHUN asked:

Can this machine ships with celsus readings and settings?

Answer by Todd Salzman:

Yes, this machine can be programed in Celsius and we would be happy to do it for you.  Just ask you sales person to put that request into the shipping notes.  I will make sure it happens.

Nick Chang asked:

Rocket 58 V2 does not allow pure water to operate because of the sensor in its water reservoir.  Is it the same for Profitec Pro 700?

Answer by techkathy:

Almost all of the prosumer (HX, 2 boiler) machines operate on the same auto-fill principal.  THere needs to be enough minerals in the water to pass an electrical signal.  distilled water is sometimes OK to use depending on the mineral content after the distillation process.  It depends on the quality of the distilling process used.  

Nick Chang asked:

Rocket 58 V2 does not allow pure water to operate because of the sensor in its water reservoir.  Is it the same for Profitec Pro 700?

Answer by techkathy:

Almost all of the prosumer (HX, 2 boiler) machines operate on the same auto-fill principal.  There needs to be enough minerals in the water to pass an electrical signal.  distilled water is sometimes OK to use depending on the mineral content after the distillation process.  It depends on the quality of the distilling process used. - See more at: http://community.wholelattelove.com/questions/4269/does-distilled-water-work-in-this-machine--4269#answer-4780

Rob asked:

The Profitec Pro 700 has duel boilers that can both opperate at the same time.  They draw 1200w and 1400w repectively, so there is a combinded power draw of 2600w when both are running together (std 15 amp 120Vac is max 1600w to 1800w).  It looks like the unit will run on either 120v or 240v, so will the unit then require 20+ amp service on 120v and 15 amp on 240v?  I could set up for either, but would like to know the details. ...or does the unit run on a lower power setting if hooked to 15 amp 120v service?



Answer by Erik:

This unit will not run at 240 volts.  It runs at 120v and 15 amps.  Both boilers do not operate at the same time.  The PID on this machines swaps back and forth between heating the two boilers and this machine was specifically designed to run on a 15 amp circuit.  If you have any additional questions I'd be glad to speak to you at 1-888-411-5282 ext 5193

Answer by Rob:

Hi Erik, thanks for the clarification.  Perhaps I referenced a European site where I saw the 240V.  I've been comparing the Profitec Pro 700 to the Izzo Alex Duetto III.  The Izzo will run on 20A, 120v and the Profitec only runs on 15A, 120.  However the Izzo has 800/1200W boilers v.s. the Profitec's 1200/1400w boilers.  Both have PID temp. control.  In the end I’d like to serve cappuccinos and lattes to 10 to 20 guests and not be stuck in the kitchen for over ½ hour.  In that specific case I would plan on brewing and steaming at the same time.  I did read one review that suggested the Izzo was a bit slow at frothing milk (possibly set to 15A).  How long does it typically take each to froth 8 oz of milk?  I was also looking at the Rancilio Epoca ST1


Robin Sax asked:

~~I thought is was designed in Germany and manufactured in Italy.  Your specs you say its manufactured in Germany.

Answer by ShaneAncefsky-Sales:


Thank you for pointing this out.  You are correct on the designed germany and manufactured in Italy.  I will look into getting this changed quickly.

Answer by Robin Sax:

Thanks.  Seems sort of unusal to me.  Normally you would expect the Italians to do the design for which they have the flair (Ferrari, etc.) and Germany to actually manufacture it to tight tolerances.  However seriously considering purchasing the Profitec 700 over the Rocket R58.

daniel948 asked:

So I'm considering an entry level small commercial/home use machine in the 2-3k category. I noticed the Expobar Brewtus IV-R is recommended for home/commercial applications in the 2k range. While this machine with similar spec's is only recommended for home use. The equivalent Rocket R58 does not have any recommendations so I'm not really sure out of these 3 machines, what makes this machine Home use only and the Expobar Brewtus IV-R for home and commercial use. Do they have different recovery times? any idea how many cups an hour could be made on these machines?

Answer by ShaneAncefsky-Sales:


Thank you for the question.  The biggest difference with the Brewtus is the brew boiler being 1.8L.  It is 1 liter bigger then others on the market in that price range.  Another feature with the Brewtus, is how it refills the brew boiler.  It uses a heat exchange system to refill the brew boiler.  This allows the brew boiler to stay at the correct temp with multiple shots pulled from the machine. 

tpaine asked:

How can Grinders Market Co.LTD out of Indonesia offer the Profitec 700 dual boiler for $1600 plus free shipping..Are they a scam?..They offer a La Marzocco GS/3 for $4,100!.....seems impossible

Answer by ShaneAncefsky-Sales:


Thank you for the question.  Yes, they are a scam.  We have found many companies from there, that have even gone as far to take our information off our site.  While forgeting to remove the links that take you to us.  So be very careful when you see prices like that.


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