Alerts user when the filter basket has finished draining.
Pre-checks water temperature before brewing to ensure optimum brew temperatures.
Ensures continued operation in case of water interruption.
Allows you to prefect your coffee's recipe.
Coffee Monitor Light
Indicates the freshness of the last beverage brewed.
Monitors the number of brew cycles.
Counts down the minutes and seconds remaining until the basket has finished draining.
Alerts the customer when it is time to change the water filter.
All bases interchange so the brewer height is adjustable.
Allows energy saving during idle time.
Wets the coffee grounds to de-gas fresh roasted coffee in the basket so that the grounds may be evenly saturated during the brew cycle.
Pulses your chosen water volume onto the coffee bed for ultimate taste profile accuracy.
Indicates the appropriate time for scheduled maintenance.
Smart Base Design
Thermal base designed to accommodate several different vessels by centering them directly under the brew basket.
Flashing safety light brewing lamp alerts user that brew cycle is in process and to proceed with caution.
Water Filtering Light
Offers service operators an opportunity to communicate added value to customers by indicated that fresh water is being drawn into the tank through the filtration system.
Brewer Construction Definitions
Brewer can be utilized as a pour over brewer in case of a failure in the automated functions (control board, water supply).
Analog: The type of components that perform functions of the machine (i.e. switches and thermostat). Mechanical switches and thermostats with capillary bulb are considered analog.
Digital: Electronic switches, thermistor based temperature sensing are considered digital. All newco timers and control boards are digital.
Non-modular: Cannot be changed to accommodate different brewing vessels.
Semi-modular: Can be converted to accommodate some brewing vessels and/or bases and risers can be changed to achieve different heights.
The brewer has the ability to be programmed to turn off or set back the tank temperature in periods of non-use. Some models can be programmed to turn off the warmers.
Gravity: Is connected directly to the hot water tank and is non-pressurized.
Coil-pressurized: Is connected directly to the incoming water line with 15 feet of "coiled" tubing inside the tank. The surrounding hot water from tank heats the water inside the tubing.
PDS: Brewer incorporates Newco's procelain flow control that delivers precise amounts of water to the brewer regardless of water pressure fluctuation.
Flow Control: Brewer incorporates traditional flow control technology. PDS valve is available option for these systems.
Tank Reservoir: Brewer has a hot water tank that maintains water at a set temperature.
Heat Pump: Boiler system that heats water on demand and turns off after brew cycle.
Flash Heater: Similar to a heat pump, heats water on demand and turns off after brew cycle.
Automatic brewers are connected to a water line.
Pour-over brewers require water to be manually poured into the brewer.
Closed: A tank with a lid that is typically bolted to the tank with a gasket.
Open: A tank system where the tank lid is not bolted down or is held in place with either clips or by the brewer cover.
120v: U.S voltage of 120v with all components operating on 120v.
120v/240v only: U.S voltage with the tank operating at 240v and all other components running on 120v.
Dual: A field convertible voltage between 120v and 120v/240v.
Displacement: As cold water enters tank, it displaces the hot water and delivers to spray head.
Dump Valve: A solenoid valve is positioned between the spray head and tank. When initiated, the valve opens and instantly begins to deliver water to the spray head. This system relies on a probe to refill the tank.
For any technical questions please contact our Technical Service Department at (800) 556-3926.