Macchia, Macchia temperante and Fontana a muro 

Macchia
Macchia

BENCHTOP FILLING INJECTOR

Macchia is one of the best selling machines in the range as it appeals to the more innovative workshops on the market, offering the opportunity to the end users of preparing in full sight of clients specialities based on chocolate such as marocchinos, shot glasses of chocolate and gianduja, decorations and variegation of ice-cream, hot chocolate, etc. It is equipped with a flow control pedal and volumetric dispenser to regulate the quantity of product offered to clients.

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€ 5.900,00 + iva

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CHARACTERISTICS:

Compact size.
Ideal for use on benchtops of patisseries, cafes, ice cream shops and chocolateries.
Used for variegation of ice cream cones and cups, chocolate flavoured
marocchino coffee, hot chocolate, etc…
Equipped with volumetric dispenser and flow control pedal.
Option to modify to single phase 220 V
Option to modify to three phase 220 V – 50/60 Hz.
Requires running water connection.

TECHNICAL DATA:

Electrical specification: 400 V three phase – 50 Hz
Power required: 0,7 Kw – 16 A – 5 poles
Tank capacity: 10 Kg.
Dimensions: h. 850 body, w. 1360 tube,
d. 700 mm.

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Macchia-temperante
Macchia temperante

BENCHTOP FILLING INJECTOR

Macchia is one of the best selling machines in the range as it appeals to the more innovative workshops on the market, offering the opportunity to the end users of preparing in full sight of clients specialities based on chocolate such as marocchinos, shot glasses of chocolate and gianduja, decorations and variegation of ice-cream, hot chocolate, etc. It is equipped with a flow control pedal and volumetric dispenser to regulate the quantity of product offered to clients.

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€ 7.900,00 + iva

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CHARACTERISTICS:

Compact size.
Ideal for use on benchtops of patisseries, cafes, ice cream shops and chocolateries.
Used for variegation of ice cream cones and cups, chocolate flavoured
marocchino coffee, hot chocolate, etc…
Equipped with volumetric dispenser and flow control pedal.
Option to modify to single phase 220 V
Option to modify to three phase 220 V – 50/60 Hz.
Requires running water connection.

TECHNICAL DATA:

Electrical specification: 400 V three phase – 50 Hz
Power required: 1 Kw – 16 A – 5 poles
Tank capacity: 10 Kg.
Hourly production rate: 35 kg.
Dimensions: h. 850, w. 420 d.700 mm.
tube 1360 mm.

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Fontana
Fontana a muro

The wall fountain will appeal to the most innovative venues on the market as it offers the possibility of obtaining a sensational atmosphere creating, on an area of about 2 square meters, a waterfall of continuous flowing chocolate that, in addition to the visual effect emphasized with LED lighting, emanates inviting aromas of chocolate inside the room. Designed and built for those who wish to possess within their premises a particular and unusual piece of indisputable effect.
The machine is delivered ‘bare’, i.e. without a wooden frame around the edges, for subsequent insertion in the furnishings of the hosting premises.

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€ 9.500,00 + iva

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CHARACTERISTICS:

Structure on wheels
Tank capacity: 24 kg.
Wall covered with chocolate: 2 square meters
Easy to clean and sanitise
The price refers to the ‘bare’ unit, without wooden frame around the edges.

TECHNICAL DATA:

Electrical specification: 400 V. three phase – 50 Hz
Required power: 3,5 Kw – 16 A – 5 poles.
Tank capacity: 24 Kg.
Wall coated with chocolate: 2 sqm.
Dimensions: h. 2650, w. 1000, d. 550 mm.

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