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Quick Mill’s new QM67 Evo is a compact, dual boiler espresso machine with classic lines, a high-sheen stainless steel exterior and the premium features you’ll find on much more expensive Italian machines. With its dual copper, PID controlled boilers (now with built-in shot timer), commercial caliber E-61 group head, super-quiet Ulka 52-watt vibratory pump, you have all the power and precision necessary to make cafe quality espresso while steaming velvety microfoam for your cappuccinos and lattes. With dual PID controlled boilers, you’ll have precise control over the temperature of the brew and steam boilers for consistent shots and milk. As a home barista, this means you can experiment with brewing temperatures on the fly (to find your favorite flavors of each coffee). Once you’ve found your perfect shot, the PID will maintain your setting within a degree and the E-61 group head will provide phenomenal temperature stability from shot to shot. Combine it with our optional custom wood upgrades, the Clive bottomless portafilter and 58mm tamper for a fully customized experience.
NOTE: ALL Quick Mill espresso machines are now being made with T.E.A coated boilers. This patented protection process drastically decreases the possibility of metal in the drinks delivered. The brass components are also manufactured with low lead.
- Single spouted commercial grade portafilter
- Double spouted commercial grade portafilter
- Single basket
- Double basket
- Blind basket
- Two-year parts and labor
- New PID with shot timer on Evo version
- Swivel stainless steel steam arm with 1.mm two hole steam tip
- E-61 commercial group
- PID controller with 1.0 degree adjustment
- All Quick Mill espresso machines are now being made with T.E.A coated boilers. This patented protection process drastically decreases the possibility of metal in the drinks delivered. The brass components are also manufactured with low lead.
The reservoir is the water tank an espresso machine pulls water from to fill its boilers. Having a reservoir means a machine can be more portable and work in homes where plumbing isn't an option.
E61 Group Head
The E61 group head was designed in 1961; the fact that it's still around speaks to its reliability. This style of group head allows for mechanical pre-infusion while also exuding romantic espresso machine style.
These machines are built from the ground up with the home barista in mind. They span a wide range of needs but what they all have in common is a focus on creating a great user experience in a footprint that will fit on your counter, and look great there too.
Dedicated temperature controlled boilers for brewing and steaming means both functions can happen simultaneously, with the additional advantage of fine tunability. Sour and bitter espresso flavors can be minimized by raising or lowering brew temperature, resulting in a smoother shot. Adjusting the temperature of the steam boiler can increase or decrease the amount of steam power to suit different drink size milk drinks.
Vibratory pumps are the most common design in compact espresso machines, because they’re durable, compact and economical. Although they’re a bit louder than rotary pumps, when adjusted to proper 9 bar brew pressure vibratory pumps offer comparable espresso quality.
PID Temperature Control
PIDs allow the most precise temperature adjustment and control of boilers by continuously calculating the amount of power needed to maintain the target temperature. They also allow more detailed information to be displayed to the user than digital temperature controlled systems.
Shot timers measure the brew time from the time the pump is activated. This information is extremely helpful for dialing in an espresso grinder to the ideal 25 second 1.5oz shot, and maintaining consistency.
- Width: 11"
- Depth: 17.75"
- Height: 16.5"
- Weight: 50 lbs.
- Steam boiler: 1.0 L / 1200 Watts
- Group boiler: 0.8L / 800 Watts
- Water reservoir: 3L
- Voltage: 110V
- Amperage: 15 Amp only