When you are brewing multiple shots of cappuccino or other milk-based drinks, whether at home or in a commercial environment, you know that time is a key factor. Steaming pitchers need to be cleaned and cooled down, both for sanitary purposes and achieving quality texture to the milk, before you can steam again. This important process can take away your precious time with your guests and customers.
The steaming pitcher rinsers by Krome Dispense are an effective solution to this problem, rinsing your pitchers in between each use. They facilitate cleaning, allowing you to quickly remove the milk deposits that stain the pitcher after every drink. At the same time, they dampen the temperature of the pitcher, so that the next batch of steamed milk can attain great taste and consistency. All you need to do is push down the black support base with your pitcher, whatever the size, and water will spray inside it, washing out the leftover milk into the connected drain.
The Countertop model follows its name and can be placed anywhere on your counter, even right next to the steam arm side of your machine for ease of use. The water and drain tubes connect to the back of the model. In order to prevent pressure drop, install an in-line one-way check valve on water supply. It's made of superior quality, given a fine finish, and made sure to be durable for any environment. It's ideal and suitable for catering events and portable espresso stands.
Make sure you have a water line and drain in order to connect and operate the steaming pitcher rinser. The rinsers take 3/8 OD John Guest tubing. All Krome rinsers are NSF certified.
C334: 7.32″ x 6.85″ x 4.54"
C335: 7.32″ x 6.85″ x 2.64″
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