KEES VAN DER WESTEN'S SINGLE GROUP ANSWER FOR THOSE DEMANDING ONLY THE VERY BEST. THE SPEEDSTER COMBINES EXTREME PRECISION WITH EXTRAORDINARY PRE-INFUSION.
• Stainless steel construction, including frame and black powder coated parts.
• Newly developed double boiler system in stainless steel.
• Completely new high-neck group design in stainless.
• Steam boiler equipped with a heat-exchanger to pre-heat the water going into the coffee boiler.
• Diffuser in POM plastic is easy to clean and doesn`t affect the water temperature on its final path towards the coffee. Diffuser is easily removed.
• Screw-less group screen and rubber gasket are easily removable through openings in the bottom plate of the group.
• Stork temperature controllers. Both controllers are installed at the front of the machine in direct view and easy to adjust. Each offers an Eco mode.
• A shot timer is now standard equipment.
• An extra solid state relay is installed, so total wattage can quickly be changed from 3.100 to 2.200 Watts (230 volt).
• Self bleeding group.
• Group solenoid valve in stainless only.
• 0.6mm jet.
• Progressive pre infusion cylinder, spring loaded chromed piston shaft actually moves up through body panel during extraction.
• External commercial grade rotation pump with motor.
• Two different hot water temperatures available through one switch.
• Small lever group activation with shift gate: off-infuse-brew.
• Strong and long lasting steam power, steam tip with 4 holes.
• Height-adjustable drain tray
A shot timer is now standard on every Speedster
The Speedster has a maximum load of 3100 watt (230 volt, 50 Hertz). That remains unchanged but it is now very easy to decrease that maximum load to 2200 watt (230 volt, 50 Hertz) by removing a bridge on the added SSR (Solid State Relay). When the heating element in the coffee boiler (which has permanent priority) is turned on, one of two elements in the steam boiler is temporarily restricted.
As every heating element is controlled by the PIDs with short pulses, there won’t be a noticeable difference during operation.