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Hi, We have setup a nice looking three wheeler coffee van and its all ready to go. We are roaring to go but someone has brought to our attention however that travelling with a coffee machine ( we have a MyWay Pompei Lever) might cause serious damage to it when changing location unless the machine is left to cool for a couple of hours. Although I can imagine that pressure build up, if not reduced, may be dangerous especially on bumpy roads I find hours to depressurize an operational problem. I was wondering if anyone could give some kind advise on the above and any procedure used to avoid such damage. For example does opening the steamer fully while waiting for the machine to cool down solve the issue? Or does this cause other damage? I look forward to anyone's feedback, thanks in advance
Hello, I am setting up a pop-up mobile coffee van (not a full catering/coffee van more a kit of parts in a van) this summer and I'm looking into spring lever machines for this. I'll be honest, I am very new to this, I have done some training on a semi-auto machine. But I am looking for a dual fuel spring lever machine so I can power it with gas. I am planning to get it early so I can do as much practice/learning on it as possible. I am really impressed with the Londinium machines, but they are quite expensive. I would be able to justify it more if it was only the single group version but then I fear I may need the double? This will be a pop up for the summer (and could be used in the future on locations and further pop ups) but the business will move to a location next year when we will switch to a semi-auto machine. Hence my reluctance to pay a huge amount of money. I have also looked at the Astoria Rapallo, Fracino Retro, Bezzera B2000AL and Izzo Pompei but the Londinium II seems to stand out among them. Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated. Kind regards Max Burgess