Grindmaster B-DAP PrecisionBrew Dual Airpot Brewer [B-DAP]

$1,209.95
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Grindmaster B-DAP PrecisionBrew™ Dual Airpot Coffee Brewer

Automatic Dual Airpot Brewer with 2 Brewheads

PrecisionBrew™ are digitally controlled brewers. The brew temperature and brew volumes are digitally controlled for complete accuracy. Water temperature is maintained to +-1°F throughout the brew cycle. Pre-Infusion and other programmable brew process controls allow the operator to achieve a “signature” cup: to their exact brew process specification and taste profile. Other features include Low Temp-No Brew, which prevents brewing with water that has not reached optimum brewing temperature.

The Grindmaster Model B-DAP is a twin, digitally controlled brewer that brews into 2.2L (74oz.) and 3.0L (101oz.) Airpots.

Detailed Product Description:

• Durable stainless steel construction

• High productivity – 6,000 watts of heating capacity

• The Airpots hold freshly brewed coffee for hours without additional heat

• Precise brew temperature - the brewer will hold the brew temperature to +/- 1 degrees F during the complete brew cycle

• Pulse brewing/pre-infusion allows the brew sequence to extract up to 20% more dissolved solids per batch of coffee

• Programmable: number of pulses, pulse on-time and pulse off-time can be changed without affecting the brew volume

• Low Temp/No Brew – Allows the brew cycle to begin only when the water has reached the optimum brew temperature.

• Brew Volume can be set by "teach" mode to eliminate trial-and-error set-up

Stainless Steel brew baskets

Gourmet Brew baskets available as an option

Stainless Décor

Export voltages available

Airpots Not Included - Click Here for Grindmaster Airpots

Use Grindmaster Filter #06513-04

Electrical: Available in 120/240V / 6000W / 25A or 120/208V / 4510W / 21.7A
Plumbing: 1/4" Flare Water Line; 30-80 psi Water Line Pressure
Size: 25"H x 16-1/4"W x 17-3/4"D
Weight: 55 pounds
Warranty: 2 years parts and labor

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 January, 2008.