Rancilio Silvia Pro
The timeless industrial look, robustness, efficiency and fame of the Silvia in an improved version. The Silvia Pro offers two boilers, both isolated, controllable with aProportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) electronic for each of them, two in total, which allows better stability and precision of the temperature dose after dose.
The addition of a dedicated boiler to the multi-directional, stainless steel steam wand lets you froth milk with ease for your cappuccinos, macchiatos, lattes and other milk-based beverages.
Its electronic display allows you to know the temperature in real time, a stopwatch and an alarm clock function allowing you to start the device at a pre-established temperature.
- Dimensions: 25 cm (width) by 39 cm (height) by 42 cm (depth)
- Weight: 20kg
- Boiler type: double
- Boiler capacity: 0.3 liter (group) and 1 free (steam)
- Color and materials: Stainless steel
- Control: electronics and switches
- Cup warmer
- Single dose (14g) and double dose (18g) baskets
- Maximum cup height: 3.5 inches
- Dual PIDs
- Pump type: vibratory
- Capsule and POD compatibility: optional
- Portafilter and basket included (58 mm)
- Removable tank with a capacity of 2 liters
- solenoid valve
- 120V @ 1000W
- Warm-up time: 15 minutes
- Made in Italy
- 2 year parts and service warranty
WIN TO COMBINE
With the purchase of an espresso machine and electric grinder combo, we will add a $50 gift card to your purchase.
à partir de 50$ (Est du Canada) et 75$ (Ouest et Centre du Canada) / starting at 50$ (Eastern Canada) and 75$ (Western and Central Canada)
Suggested ratio: 1/2
- Weigh and grind the recommended amount of coffee beans for your portafilter to achieve a very fine grind.
- Level the coffee by tapping the portafilter or using a dispenser for best results.
- Press your coffee and install your portafilter in the head unit.
- Use a scale and a stopwatch to control the parameters of your extraction if these tools are not integrated into your machine.
- Activate your espresso machine while starting your stopwatch.
- Let it flow until you get a ratio of 1 g of coffee to 2 parts of water. This should take around 30 seconds.
- Readjust, for the next time, the parameters of your extraction if you are not satisfied with the result in the cup (grid, quantity of coffee, extraction time, pressure or temperature if possible).
Rancilio Silvia Pro