gucciago Senior Member Joined: 6 Apr 2004 Posts: 84 Location: Palm Beach,FL Expertise: Pro Roaster
Espresso: 07 La Marzocco Linea... Grinder: MAZZER Major with doser Vac Pot: N/A Drip: N/A Roaster: Custom Gas Drum Roaster/PID...
Posted Wed Apr 21, 2004, 7:51pm Subject: Re: PRESSURE GAUGE on MISS SILVIA?
WOW!! SUPER KEWL!! WOW!! any instructions??? I would love to see how! and maybe what parts I need??
Thanks!! NICE JOB!!! after pressure gauge Im going to add a preheater or even some form of a heat exchanger.... I just saw a rancilio on ebay HUGE comercial one for sale too... almost considered it for some parts.. anyway.. let know!!
gscace Senior Member Joined: 19 Dec 2001 Posts: 237 Location: Laytonsville, MD USA Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: La Marzocco Linea 2AV, Astra... Grinder: 3 Mazzers Robur, Kony,... Vac Pot: Cona D, Hario Nouveau Drip: Technivorm Roaster: Has Garanti 1kg. electric
Posted Thu Apr 22, 2004, 10:08am Subject: Re: PRESSURE GAUGE on MISS SILVIA?
Oops. Sorry. the photos are pretty dark and didn't show up well on my screen. My setup is pretty much identical to yours, and component location is similar. I think I see the pressure adjustment on the front of your machine. On mine it's out the side, through the black vertical frame member.
Works GREAT, don't it? Are you gonna do active group heating and feedwater preheat as well?
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