Looking for a commercial coffee machines for your cafe or restaurant? Eastlink Espresso stock a range of high-quality, professional-grade commercial automatic coffee machines. … Read More Browse our range online and find a machines with the features you need, or visit us in person and our resident coffee lovers can connect you with the perfect coffee machines.
We understand that every business is different, so we offer a variety of commercial coffee machines to suit your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for a machines with a built-in grinder or one that can make multiple types of coffee, we have you covered.
Leading Commercial Coffee Machines Brands
We stock machines from a range of leading Italian coffee and espresso machines brands, including Astoria and Wega. From compact machines designed for small businesses to large commercial coffee machines that can cater to high volumes, we have a machines to suit your needs.
If you’re looking for a specific brand, talk to our team today. With years of experience behind us, we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
Repairs and Maintenance
All our coffee machines come with full manufacturer warranty. However, if you find yourself out of warranty, we offer complete repair services in-house as well as on-site. Bring your coffee machines to us and we’ll have it repaired quickly, helping you get back to business sooner. Alternatively, for a call-out fee, we can send a coffee machines technician out to you and have your machines assessed and repaired fast.
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Not Just Commercial Coffee Machines
As well as coffee machines, we stock an extensive range of coffee brewing accessories, so you can get the most out of your machines. From grinders and filters to tampers and scales, we have everything you need to make the perfect cup of coffee.
Pick up a commercial coffee grinder or group head thermometer when you purchase a new commercial coffee machines.
If you have specialised needs, discuss them with our team. We can set you up with everything you need to get started and provide training and maintenance to ensure you can get the most out of your coffee machines.
Features to Consider
Choosing a commercial coffee machines with the right features for your business can be difficult. Sometimes you’ll buy a machines and realise it has features you never even knew you needed!
While all machines will have different features, some of the most popular ones these days include the following.
Single vs Double Boiler Machines
Double boiler machines are great for those running busy cafes. A double boiler machines has separate boilers for brewing and steaming milk. This means you can make coffee and steam milk at the same time, without affecting the quality or temperature of either.
Single boiler machines are more common in smaller cafes or restaurants. These have one boiler that alternates between brewing coffee and steaming milk. This is a more affordable option but it does mean you’ll sacrifice some efficiency. If you’re planning on expanding, a single boiler machines might limit you.
The number of group heads you’ll need on a commercial coffee machines is an important decision to make. The more group heads, the more coffee you’ll be able to produce. Each additional group head will allow you to make one more coffee at the same time. So a 2 head machines will produce 2-4 cups simultaneously, where a 3 head machines will produce 3-6, and so on.
If you’re running a small business, a 2 group commercial coffee machines should be sufficient. But if you have ambitions to expand, a 3 or 4 group commercial coffee machines will allow you to do so.
Just like group heads, many commercial coffee machines come with more than one steam wand. A steam wand froths milk to perfection, ensuring you can consistently deliver high-quality coffee for your customers.
Whether you need more than one is a good question to answer before buying a machines. Being able to steam two jugs of milk is valuable if you’re producing a lot of coffee.
A portafilter is the gateway between your coffee machines and the cup below. It’s what filters water through the ground coffee beans to produce coffee. Commercial portafilters are made of durable chrome, stainless steel or brass, each of which can affect the quality and taste of the coffee. While we can guarantee our machines come with high-quality portafilters, there are many commercial machines that cut costs here and leave you with sub-par coffee.