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The E61 Group Head explained

The E61 Group Head explained
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Synopsis: Great video showing a cross section of the E61 group head. Detailed explanation of how the E61 works.

This video explains in details how the E61 group head on espresso machines works. Looking at the cross section, you can visualize how the E61 works.

See what path the water takes when the lever is switched between brew and release position.

The video also reveals the importance of descaling and back flushing. Learn where coffee oils can contaminate the brew system and where scale and mineral deposits may occur.

 



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