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Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS 10 Cup Grind & Brew
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Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS 10 Cup Grind & Brew

Time to get up? Not yet. You hear the Jura Capresso Coffee TEAM GS Grind & Brew start automatically thanks to its programmable clock. Not yet. The quality burr grinder purrs pre-measuring the right amount of fresh beans. Not yet. The coffee maker starts automatically pushing self-filtered water into the 900 watt heater. Not yet. Perfect temperature water cascades through the reusable paperless GoldTone filter onto the just-now-ground beans. Not yet. The smell of home-ground coffee creeps up to your sleepy nose. Okay now! This machine will brew 10 delicious dark cups all by itself ready while you're still digging around the bushes in your underwear looking for the morning paper. Skip past the heavenly coffee breakfast and the crossword puzzle to the easy cleanup: the washable filter presents itself with a button push. The carafe slips into the dishwasher. What's for lunch?What does pressure bar mean?Pressure is the result of the packed (tamped) coffee giving the water resistance to pass through. The pump forces the water through that resistance and the power it needs to do so is commonly measured in bar (= kg per square centimeter). A pressure rating is used on most pump-driven espresso machines. 9 bar the typical accepted pressure for brewing espresso is 8.8 atmospheres of pressure or 130 pounds per square inch. Good pumps should be able to create more pressure (power) than they need to produce perfect espresso so that they don't break when the right combination (fineness and consistency of grind tamping amount of ground coffee) are not prevalent. A good pump has a capacity of creating 15 or more bars. To produce a lasting crema on top of your espresso the water should pass through the coffee at approximately 7 to 9 bars of pressure.About CapressoLaunched in 1994 Capresso provides innovative coffee equipment for professionals and home users alike. In 2002 Capresso merged with Jura AG a company founded in 1931 in Switzerland. Together Jura Capresso began to introduce the finest automatic coffee centers to the U.S. market. With friendly high-tech features like one-touch operation interchangeable frothers LED displays and high-pressure brewing Jura Capresso coffee machines have quickly become leaders in the industry. Through new patented designs their machines are constantly evolving to make it a pleasure for you to create delicious coffee with ease. Jura Capresso machines are beautifully designed to look great on your countertop and are made with high-quality materials that are engineered for years of reliable performance.
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