The ultimate single group espresso machine providing extreme precision and maximum control in a rigid package.The original Speedster was built in 2001 in a series of 6. The completely new, hyper-precise Speedster was introduced in 2008.
The Speedster is equipped with two separately functioning boilers: one large steam boiler to produce hot water and steam, one boiler with group to heat water to brew coffee. Each boiler has its own electronic temperature controller system, heating element and safety devices, offering extremely precise temperature stability.
Approximate dimensions and footprints of the Speedster are shown in the illustrations. The black circles are the rubber feet. The optimal countertop feedthrough of 42mm (1.7") is within the grey square.
The countertop should provide a solid base to carry the full weight of the machine: roughly 45kg.
Water supply from a water treatment system should be within 1.5m (5ft) of the machine. The water supply hose that comes with the machine has a half ball at the end of the 3/8" nut connector. Discharge should not be further away than 1.5m, have an internal diameter of at least 25mm (1") and should be fitted with a trap. There must be space nearby to locate the water pump with its electrical motor.