Profitec

Pro 500 PID Espresso Machine

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The German-engineered Profitec Pro 500 PID espresso machine offers timeless beauty, mechanical simplicity and consistent shots with simultaneous steaming. We think this is the most competitive and compelling heat exchanger design on the market.

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Overview

What is it?

The Profitec Pro 500 is a heat exchanger espresso machine with a large 2-liter steam boiler, an E61 group head, and a surprisingly quiet vibratory pump. It also has a PID tucked away behind the drip tray.

Who is it for?

The Pro 500 is for the latte lovers out there who want a couple perfectly smooth 16oz lattes in the morning in less time than it takes to brush their teeth. When you have guests this espresso machine's temperature stability and bottomless steam power won't leave your guests' cappuccinos in the cold.

Why do we carry it?

The Pro 500 is the first heat exchanger we ever fell in love with here at Clive. We came for the steam power, but we stayed for the temperature stability and flawless design. In testing, we've found that you can pull in excess of 6 double shots on this thing without it dipping below 198°F. If that doesn't blow you away, just know that it should. When it comes to those that love steamed milk drinks and want to pull shots of espresso for their guests, there's no easier recommendation.

What's Included

  • Double-spouted commercial portafilter
  • Single-spouted commercial portafilter
  • Single basket
  • Double basket
  • Blind basket
  • Two hole steam tip
  • Cleaning brush
  • Home Barista Starter Kit (courtesy of Clive)
  • Three-year parts and labor Warranty provided by Clive Coffee

Details

  • PID controlled heat exchanger
  • E61 brew-group
  • Boiler and pump pressure gauges
  • High-end, 'no-burn' steam and hot water wands
  • Automatic shut-off by way of low water volume sensor
  • Removeable cup tray
  • Boiler: Stainless steel, 2L
  • Reservoir: 3L with low water sensor, BPA Free
  • Drip tray: 32oz

E61 Group Head

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E61 Group Head

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.

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Heat Exchanger

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Heat Exchanger

Heat Exchanger

Heat exchanger espresso machines continue to be the most popular in cafes around the world because they offer the ability to steam milk and pull shots at the same time with mechanical simplicity. This makes for more steam power at a lower price than dual boilers and fantastic temperature stability.

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Home Barista

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Home Barista

Home Barista

These espresso machines are designed to fit in on your kitchen countertop as well as your daily coffee ritual with designs that prioritize space efficiency, ease of use, and reliability.

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PID Temperature Control

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PID Temperature Control

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.

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Profitec

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Profitec

Profitec

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Profitec GmbH was founded in 1985 and has specialized in designing and crafting hand built espresso machines. Since then they’ve built a reputation for their attention to detail, clean design language, and fantastic build quality. Their machines stand out as some of the most reliable in our lineup.

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Reservoir

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Reservoir

Reservoir

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.

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Vibratory Pump

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Vibratory Pump

Vibratory Pump

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.

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