Newco FC-TS Automatic Telescoping Coffee Brewer [120730]

$709.95
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Newco FC-TS Automatic Telescoping Coffee Brewer

Automatic Telescoping Coffee Brewer

Detailed Product Description:

Adjustable in 12 one inch increments from 18-3/4 to 26-1/2 inches tall

Brews into dispensers from 10-1/2 to 22-1/2 inches tall

Dump Valve Operation - faster overall brew cycle and more consistent brew volumes under erratic water pressure conditions. Coffee profile will remain more consistent once set

Ready Light - provides visual notification to user as to when brewer is at optimum temperature

Auto Arm - pre-checks water temperature before brewing to ensure optimum brew temperature

Pulse Water Inlet - for optimal flavor extraction

Gravity Hot Water Faucet System - provides larger volume of hot water for allied products. Faucet can be used during a brew cycle without adversely affecting pot level

Stainless Steel Cabinet - provides stability and durability.

Smart Base Design - thermal base designed to accommodate several different vessels which provides more flexibility when choosing a thermal dispenser. Smart base design easily centers each thermal vessel directly under the brew basket

PDS Valve - the most accurate flow control on the market - eliminates service calls due to inconsistent pot levels

Ease of Service - components are located in the top of the machine. Eliminates the need to pull machines from locations and disconnect water in order to make minor adjustments or repairs

Plugs into regular 120V outlet

Export voltages available

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Use Newco Filter #100549

Electrical: 120V / 1750W / 14.6A
Plumbing: 1/4" Flare Water Line; 20-90 psi Water Line with minimum flow rate of 1.5 GPM.
Size: 18-3/4 to 26-1/2""H x 8-1/2"W x 16-1/2"D
Weight: 34 pounds
Warranty: 1 years parts and labor

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 August, 2010.