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Pasquini Livia G4 Commercial Espresso Machine - Semi-Automatic

Pasquini Livia G4 Commercial Espresso Machine - Semi-Automatic

Pasquini Livia G4 Commercial Espresso Machine - Semi-Automatic
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The newly redesigned Pasquini Livia G4 espresso machine replaces the  Pasquini Livia 90 semi-automatic that was manufactured  for 15 + years.... The updated Livia G4 brings a stylish refined fresh design to the home espresso enthusiast.

New improvements include the relocation of the units control board to the bottom of the machine away from potentially damaging heat. This redesign alone saves on expensive control board replacements. 

In addition, the grouphead is actively heated by a independent heating element as opposed to the passive heating (through metal) of the grouphead on earlier Livia  machine's. The steam wand is designed with a  cool touch feature, thereby preventing unintended contact with a hot steam wand.
Finally, the Pasquini G4 uses a dual gauge to monitor pump pressure and internal boiler pressure. 


  • Stylish, sleek stainless steel body panels with Pasquini logo
  • Heat exchanger allows continuous espresso extractions (until the reservoir sensor cuts off power when a low water level is determined)
  • Automatic water-refill of internal boiler allows and continuous steaming (until the reservoir sensor cuts off power when water level is low in the reservoir)
  • Brass output 41 watt vibration pump delivers the ideal bar pump pressure of 9 bar for the perfect espresso.
  • Protected on/off switch
  • Ideal boiler pressure should be between 0.8 and 1.2 bar, this is regulated by a pressurestat
  • Over-pressure valve is adjustable to regulate pump pressure
  • Bottom access panel is removable to reset safety thermostat that prevents over heating or replace / test the heating element
  • Nickel plated boiler secured to units frame supports during shipment
  • Double Gauge: One gauge for pump pressure and one gauge for boiler pressure
  • Protected on/off switch
  • Multi-directional hot water wand and steam wand offer ease of use with joystick like controls
  • Steam valve  is lockable in the upward position
  • Redesigned steam wand features internal insulation to keep it cool to the touch
  • Water intake hose has a particle filter that protects pump from larger particles
  • A separate thermostat controlled heating element controls the temperature of the grouphead for that perfect espresso
  • Two cup warmers, one on the top and one on the front.
  • Included accessories: double spout portafilter, single cup filter basket, double cup filter basket, blind filter basket for backflushing, plastic scoop, grouphead brush, one pack of descaler, plastic tamper, two Pasquini logo stickers.


  • Dimensions:14.76" H x 9.84" W x 17.72" D (37.5 cm H x 25 cm W x 45 cm D)
  • Weight: 41.89 lbs. (19 kilograms)
  • Max cup height clearance: 3.75" (9.53 cm)
  • Electrical power: 110 volts, 1400 watts, 60 hertz.
  • Capacity of water reservoir: 0.79 gallons (3 liters)
  • Capacity of boiler: 0.4 gallons (1.5 liters)


  1. Please use softened water -  no calcium or magnesium in the water. This is different than filtered water which typically only removes sediment, bad odor and bad taste. Some filters do have limescale inhibitors which is better than a filter without.
  2. Reverse osmosis water or distilled water can result in overfilling/leakage or not allow the machine to heat/operate normally.
  3. Upon initial start-up, it may require up to 90 seconds for the machine to fill the internal boiler. While filling, please check to see that water level in reservoir is dropping. If it takes longer than 120 seconds, please stop the machine and call the service center as the pump may have an air pocket which needs to be purged when the machine is cold.
  4. Some customers tend to read the pump pressure gauge when the machine is sitting idle. The only time the pump pressure gauge has relevance is when extracting espresso. If it is under 8 bar, the coffee grind may be too coarse or there is not enough coffee in the filter basket. If the pump pressure gauge goes above 9 bar,  the coffee grind may be too fine.
Warranty: 2 year, parts and labor