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Handcrafted in Florence Italy since 1927, La Marzocco Commercial Espresso Machines are not only beautiful to look at they are technologically advanced in style and reliability. If you seek superb espresso beverages and an ascetically pleasing mahine, La Marzocco is your ideal machine.
HANDMADE IN FLORENCE
La Marzocco had its beginnings in Florence, Italy, birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and home to such geniuses as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Brunelleschi who created some of the most celebrated works of art in the world. It seemed only fitting that the city would witness the creation of yet another splendid work of art: La Marzocco. Founded in 1927 by Giuseppe Bambi and his brother Bruno, La Marzocco gained the reputation throughout Tuscany for making beautiful, high quality, superbly crafted and uniquely designed espresso machines, with great attention held to detail. It was La Marzocco that developed and patented the first horizontal boiler in 1939, today an industry standard and the first of many important innovations, one of which the dual-boiler technologywith saturated brewing groups.
Over the years La Marzocco has received many awards of merit such as: the “Prize for Quality and Courtesy”, the “International Andino de Fomento” and the “Diploma of Collaboration” at the Decorative Art Show of the Trienniale of Milan.Tradition and passion in the search for quality and superior reliability have always been an important part of the company. Highly qualified staff oversee, step by step, the production of every single machine, hand-crafted to order for each and every client. In this way, Giuseppe Bambi’s great experience and professional pride have continued for more than eighty years.
La Marzocco strives to remain an artisan company while still offering important advancements in equipment technology. At the same time it enjoys sharing its history and continues to welcome all those who are passionate about good coffee. Its aim is to always improve brewing technology and to further expand its undisputed leadership in quality in the cup, which is already known in over 50 countries around the world.
]La Marzocco's dual boiler technology ensures excellent steam production while maintaining the best possible brewing temperatures
The two main functions of an espresso coffee machine are: brewing of espresso coffee and the production of steam. An excessive transfer of heat and steam can put at risk the thermal stability of single-boiler espresso machines, the result can be improper extraction of the coffee.
La Marzocco technology features independent boilers: this dual boiler design allows for separate operation therefore, temperatures are not compromised in either the coffee boiler or the steam boiler.
The large volume coffee boiler maintains an ideal temperature during the brewing process. Water is kept consistently stable between ± 1° C, this is regulated by a precision thermostat. Therefore, there is little temperature fluctuation between each coffee. Other manufacturers machines using a single boiler rely on less suitable pressure gauges to regulate their temperature.
La Marzocco machines, that feature the PID system ensure a temperature variation between one coffee and the next of less than ± 0.5° C, this is an incredible fete within the espresso industry. In addition La Marzocco's steam boiler is very efficient given the fact that it does not contain heat exchangers.
The pressure within the steam boiler can be adjusted to whatever degree necessary, without detracting from the temperature within the coffee boiler. This technology allows for the perfect brewing of milk-based lattes and cappuccino.
With a La Marzocco Espresso Machine thermal stability is the rule, not the exception.