Mazzer Kony Sg Grind-by-Weight Commercial Espresso Grinder
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The Mazzer Kony Sg commercial espresso grinder is a low RPM conical burr grinder with built-in load cell designed to deliver precise and consistent doses while streamlining the grinding process. This is the ideal choice for medium-volume cafes. With silent and with low coffee retention, it helps to get full bodied well balanced extractions.
The Kony Sg features a professional-grade built-in scale. The load cell is accurate, repeatable, and can be set to a hundredth of a gram to weigh each dose, offering maximum precision and consistent results.
Keep grounds from getting on the counter (electrostic charge reduction) while getting uniform coffee grounds in your portafilter with the innovative GFC System. GFC – Grind Flow Control consists of a removable aluminum outlet insert equipped with a through-flow wire damper.
Kony Sg Automatic Features
- 3 programmable doses by weight or by time, additional manual grinding mode
- Weight recalibration procedure
- Ability to limit the number of grindable doses according to the coffee stock
- Automatic dose pause upon removal of the portafilter to settle down the powder
- 2.4” color TFT display with excellent viewing angle, 19 languages
- Grind Flow Control integrated system
- Dual cooling fans
- Dimensions: 27.5"(H) x 9.5”(W) x 16.25”(D)
- Weight: 48.5 lbs
- Grind Adjustments: Stepless Micrometrical
- Hopper Capacity: 3.5 lbs
- Burr Type: 63mm Conical
- Burr Material: Steel
- Burrs Speed: 400 RPM (50Hz) - 500 RPM (60Hz)
- Volts: 120
- Watts: 450
- Plug Type: Standard USA 110V
All new Mazzer grinders include 1-year parts and a 30-day labor warranty.
There may be signs of use from the Mazzer factory calibration process, which involves the use of coffee beans. Per Mazzer, each grinder is factory tested and calibrated with actual coffee beans before being sold. Additionally, per Mazzer, it is normal to have some coffee residue, dust, or particles leftover from the calibration process in a "factory new" grinding machine. If you have further questions regarding the calibration process, please contact Mazzer directly.