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Do you Know that Commercial Coffee Makers take Less Time to Brew Coffee?
Indeed, it is true that commercial coffee makers brew coffee quickly. They shorten the wait time for users such as doughnut-shop customers or convenience stores, employees of a business or attendees of an event, and so on.
The commercial coffee maker can brew more than one coffee pot at a time and have many warming plates to satisfy the demands of multiple users in a large or busy store. Essentially all types of commercial coffee machines use the same basic principles to make your morning java
Andis Coffee Maker
Andis 60980 One-Cup Commercial Coffee Maker
This model brews directly into your cup one cup at a time. It doesn’t require any measuring, nor does it create any mess. You can use prepackages pods of coffee, tea, and hot chocolate without filters to clean. It can brew 12 oz. in just 4 minutes.
Another fantastic feature is auto shut-off. This coffee maker auto shuts off when it has completed the brewing cycle. So, it reduces the risk of tangling or accidents. It is a one-button operation with no carafes to clean or replace.
The design of Andis’s one-cup commercial coffee maker is sleek with features in black, polished with a silver accent. This kind of coffee maker should be the single-cup standard. Senseo pods taste great; no plastic/glue tastes that you get from K cups. This seller is great and very reasonable—1 year warranty.
Andis 4-Cup Commercial Coffee Maker with Glass Carafe
The Andis 4-Cup Commercial coffee maker with a glass carafe is designed for commercial use in individual hotel rooms. It has a non-stick warming plate.
This model has all the essential coffee maker functions like brew and pause option and an indicator light.
The most fantastic feature is auto shut-off; after one hour, the coffee machine turns off automatically with indicator light. This feature helps to save energy and also keeps the coffee maker safe from any disaster. It has four cups capacity.
Not only for commercial use but the model can be used at homes and offices as well. The indicator light will tell you either the machine is on or off, while the warming plate will keep the coffee hot and fresh for a longer time.
How to Use Andis Commercial Coffee Maker
Step 1-Turn the tank heater switch to the “On” position. This switch turns the heater on in the water reservoir.
Step 2-Turn the master “On/Off” switch to the “On” position. A red light will illuminate, showing there is the power to the machine. Models without individual tank heaters use the master switch to turn on the burners and tanks simultaneously.
Step 3-Grasp the filter basket handle and pull it out of the machine. Either put a pre-packaged coffee pod in the basket or place a coffee filter and fresh, dry coffee grounds in the basket and gently shake the basket side-to-side to level the new grounds. Push the basket back into place in the coffee machine.
Step 4-Place the carafe on the warming plate under the
Step 5-Fill the water measuring pitcher with cold water. Commercial coffee makers include a measuring pitcher for pouring the water into the appliance. Open the lid above the coffee filter and pour the water into the tank.
Step 6-Coffee will start brewing using the hot water in the reservoir; the water you just poured in refills the reservoir and gets hot for the next pot of coffee. Be aware, some models of commercial coffee makers attach to the water lines in a building to refill the reservoir automatically after each pot of coffee is made.
Step 7-Repeat this procedure for dual brewing stations with two pots to make the second pot of coffee simultaneously.
Step 8-Place a pot on the warmer to keep it warm if the coffee maker is the type with warmer plates, and turn it on while making a second pot if the coffee maker has a single brew station.
How to Clean Andis Commercial Coffee Maker
Cleaning the coffee maker with time is crucial otherwise, the hot water helps develop mold and mineral builds up in the coffee machine.
Running nearly boiling water through your commercial coffee maker is good enough to keep it clean. If you fail to maintain the coffee maker’s cleanliness properly, it will ruin the taste of the coffee.
Clean your commercial coffee maker daily by running hot water through it and then drying it as well. Any coffee grinds or remnants of the oil produced by the beans can ruin the future brew cycle.
Check the entire system, the grind basket, the spray head, the funnel to the water reservoir, and even the decanter to ensure that they all are properly clean. The spray head or funnel, water reservoir, and the serving area around the brewer should be checked and cleaned daily.
Andis offers you a single-serve or a 4-cups coffee maker with an auto shut-off facility. Their coffee makers are user-friendly and save a lot of time and mess.