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Epica - Rocket Espresso Machine

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Superlative precision and control for baristas  with an appreciation for style, and function in  equal measure.



  • Lever control with manual pressure profiling (non automatic/semi-automatic)
  • Graphic colour touch display
  • Permanent magnets volumetric pump for
  • absolutely precise and silent operation.
  • Bodywork all stainless steel
  • Boilers all AISI 316L stainless steel
  • 24 Volt pump, 7.2 litres/min
  • Brew boiler, saturated group assembly:1.9l-1200W
  • Service boiler: 3.6 litres - 1400 W
  • Max.power consumption of machine : 1600 W


      EPICA - Vintage inspired body paneling, manual control  lever machine that combines the best of tradition with  industry leading technology and performance.


      Fully saturated group, with manual control of pressure  through the lever for pre and post ramping of pump  pressure, and a service boiler of 3.6 litres.


      Direct water connection or built in water reservoir, an  espresso machine designed to deliver spectacular results  in the cup, through both stability and flexibility of control  parameters.



       Technical Specifications

       Pressure Profile System 


       Pid Pressuer Control 


       Shot timer


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       Hard Plumbing (Water Feed) 


       Reservoir (Water Feed) 



      220-240V, 50/60 Hz, 1600W 

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