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Linea Classic - Mechanical Paddle


The new conical mechanical paddle is inspired by the original mechanical group used on the La Marzocco GS – the first dual-boiler espresso machine with saturated groups (1970). This conical valve system assures progressive control of water flow and pressure via an internal orifice, before applying full pressure. The new conical paddle valve controls the pre-infusion while the volumetric pump is working at full pressure, therefore barista may also perform a pre-infusion on one group while the other is extracting coffee. This dynamic system allows the barista to reduce channeling for a more balanced extraction.

Linea Classic - PID Temperature Controller


The PID Controller employs an algorithm to regulate when and for how long the heating element is engaged in the brew boiler. The PID controller allows more efficient and stable regulation of energy. With this level of control, temperature variability is reduced dramatically, making for a more consistent brew temperature. The barista is able to adjust the brew boiler temperature to a precise numerical value using a simple keypad without having to remove machine panels.


Linea Classic - Options


available models
1, 2, 3, or 4 groups

configurations
Available as semi-automatic (EE), standard mechanical paddle (MP), or automatic (AV) operation; 1 group only available in AV and EE.

custom color available
Customizable colors based on the RAL color system on request.

barista lights
LED lighting allows you to focus on your extraction and the cup.

cronos keypad
Keypad with digital shot timer to monitor the extraction time (special order with AV version only; not available on 1-groups). 

Linea Classic - Engineering


saturated groups
ensure unsurpassed thermal stability, shot after shot.

dual boiler system
separate boilers optimize espresso brewing and steam production.

pid temperature controller
electronic, algorithmic control of the espresso brewing temperature (+/- 0.5°C).

insulated boilers
reduce energy consumption while contributing to temperature stability.