Fiorenzato F71 EK Conical Espresso Grinder
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The Fiorenzato F71 EK Espresso Grinder is an excellent blend of durability and high performance, striking a perfect the balance between the two. Fiorenzato grinders are known globally for their reliability, but with the most recent generation they also added a responsive and intuitive touch screen interface. This interface makes it simple to program, even for the most novice of baristas. The EK, conical burrs with low RPM are more forgiving as well, allowing you to grind without resistance the lightest to the darkest coffees in high volumes. The addition of a built in cooling fan also supports this high capacity grinder, allowing you to grind almost nonstop. For these reasons, the F71 EK is going to be optimized in high volume settings as the primary grinder.
Fiorenzato F71 EK Features
- Easy to use touch screen interface
- On demand grinding by time
- Built in cooling fan
- 2 programmable doses as well as manual dispense
- 71mm Burrs
- Stepless adjustment
- Adjustable portafilter fork
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the F71 EK for?
- Cafes, Coffee Shops, or other high volume specialty coffee applications. The large conical burrs and low RPM are particularly beneficial for grinding either extremely lightly roasted, high density coffee or with extremely dark, oily coffee that is more difficult for lower capacity grinder to handle.
- Burr Size: 71mm
- Burr Type: Conical
- Burr Material: M340 Steel
- Burr Life Span: 2650 lbs / 1200kg
- Hopper Capacity: 3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg
- Daily Capacity: 14kg / day
- Rpm: 300
- Dimensions: 9"W x 10.5"D x 26.5"H
- Weight: 44lbs
- Volts: 120
- Watts: 850
- Amps: 7
- Plug Type: Standard USA 110V
All new Fiorenzato grinders include 1-year parts warranty.
There may be signs of use from the factory calibration process, which involves the use of coffee beans. Each grinder is factory tested and calibrated with actual coffee beans before being sold. Additionally, it is normal to have some coffee residue, dust, or particles leftover from the calibration process in a "factory new" grinding machine.