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  1. Had the Vesuvius plumbed in via a Flojet for a few months and has been running fine. When the water drops to minimum, pump kicks in and fills to between a third and half way then switches off. The switch underneath is lit (on) However recently, at the point the pump previously switched off, it continues to pump, but in small pulses about half second apart. Only stops when I turn pump of of turn off stop valve. I switched out the Flojet to my brand new back up and same thing. I’m sure the pump is not the issue. The stainless braided hose looks ok although it may have a slight pinch at one point. Not sure what the issue might be or if anyone can point me in the right direction. Running it from the tank at the moment which works as it should.
  2. HI after company moving in the new wharehouse we have found some part of the Vesuvius frame damaged due of transport up and down, the damages consist in small scratches basically not noticiable but there are, we can build around 18 machines, i mean that the machine are not build yet but for how will order we will build a brand new machine with everything included. The price for each machine is 1900 GBP shipping and parts warranty included. Feel free to ask for any additional information. Ciao Paolo
  3. I thought I would start my own thread as I have a few bits I have been asked to do . Also those that are not interested can ignore it . The first handle here is for a Vesuvius, made out of Blackwood . It is very hard but machines well and the picture is of it sanded to 600 grit with no finish . A bit of research is needed into what finish will be used as the wood is dense and has natural oils . On the internet it is suggested to sand up to 2000 grit and polish ..
  4. Hey all, Ive had a good look around and was going to do a basic service on the V. Also, wanting to change the pressure relief valve as it partially stuck the other day. It self resolved but its not the sort of thing I want to keep happening. So, where do we get spare parts, as im struggling to even find a catalogue anywhere. Cheers
  5. There have been a few general comments about the Vesuvius being the only true pressure profiling machine. The logic is that the Vesuvius changes the actual pump speed to control pressure, where as the R60v controls pressure via a stepper valve further up the flow stream. As an R60 owner, I thought I'd ask Andrew Meo, owner of Rocket, for his thoughts; very kindly he responded as below. Whether you agree or disagree, I found his answer very interesting. Hi Scott Thank you for your email. I do not agree with these claims! There are different methods to achieve pressure profiling and in order to do so you must measure the pressure being supplied to the group of the machine. We do so using a pressure transducer which measures the pump pressure being supplied to the group. The pressure transducer then increases or decreases the pressure to the group to follow the program that has been pre set, via either a gear ump or a motorised solenoid. We use two methods; the rotary gear pump (that I believe is used in the Vesuvius) in our commercial R 8V machine, and more recently the motorised solenoid valve in the R60V. The two methods achieve the same results, with neither one or the other being preferred by us. Simply when the rotary gear pump spins faster, more pressure is delivered, as communicated by the pressure transducer. In the case of the motorised solenoid valve, the ‘normal’ rotary pump supplies pump pressure and the solenoid valve which opens and closes many times per second then supplies the correct pressure as measured by the pressure transducer. In both cases we are measuring the pressure via a pressure transducer and then adjusting that pressure. Both the gear pump and the motorised solenoid adjust pressure through the use of a pressure transducer, as pressure decreases / increases so does water flow. Please feel free to share my thoughts on this if you wish to Regards Andrew Meo
  6. dan1502

    Ambient Vesuvius

    I've decided to sell my Ambient Vesuvius. I'll add photos and further information shortly. It's been looked after well with regular cleaning, servicing and back flushing and having only been used with filtered soft water and bottled. Cosmetically it's in good condition. Various scratches commensurate with use. I have the original accessory box but not the shipping crate so I would prefer collection from Sale, South Manchester or potentially I am willing to travel a reasonable distance if the sale has been agreed in advance. The plumbing kit and portafilters that it came with are present along with the baskets and an IMS Competition 18g basket. It has an IMS KVDW shower screen and silicon group gasket fitted. I'm guessing if you're interested you'll already know about it's features and capabilities but feel free to ask me any questions. £1,450.
  7. Here we go! I'm going o sell one of my machines from my private collection, unused Vesuvius wrapped carbon fiber version, unique with a mod steam wands. PTFE version. Here some pics. 2650 £ shipped. feel free to contact me for any details. Thanks Paolo This is a link to the user guide done by Davec of your forum https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vesu...ile.php?id=148
  8. Group cleaning / descaling Machine cleaning / descaling. Could you post your link(s) here @DavecUK better than them getting lost in that other thread. Cheers mate, appreciated as always.
  9. I've got a steady drip coming from what I think is the three way solenoid (but could be very wrong in the name of the part). It's enough to create a nice puddle under the machine by the time it's warmed up and there's also a reduced flow through the group. Attached are some pictures, the one with the red circle indicates the part that's leaking, and the one with the arrow indicates where the leak is originating from. It appears to be coming from the brass section itself rather than the connection between the steel and brass parts, although it can be hard to tell precisely because of the position of the leak. Any ideas on a fix @DavecUK and @Paolo_Cortese - it's still under the parts only warranty Thanks
  10. It hurts to write this post After two bouts of car trouble in consecutive weeks it looks like I’m going to need to replace my car - I’m at the stage where I can’t trust it anymore and I have a daily 40 mile commute. So.... I am offering for sale my very recently bought machine and grinder Acs Vesuvius / Matt black £2,000 Mythos Clima Pro / Matt Black £1,300 The Vesuvius is in brand new condition and due to me being out of the country for part of the time I’ve owned it and then the car trouble it’s had very minimal use. It has copper and ptfe pipework and the group pressure gauge. — it’s had less than 3 bottles of Ashbeck water through it.. I bought the Clima Pro used in December last year from a forum member and it has never been used in a commercial setting.. home use only! It’s the Victoria Arduino badged version which I prefer to the N.S badged one and is a January 2018 model so a year old. Have all original packaging for both grinder and machine. Not willing to ship due to risk of damage. Located M69 between Leicester and Coventry
  11. Some people may know we are moving factory, our old place is being redeveloped. The move is expensive for us but good for you. I have 3 machines I want to sell rather than move to the new factory. I also have a carbon fibre wrap machine which was shown only at exhibition and I will do a separate advert for this. £2150 New Vesuvius, Stainless steel outside PTFE standard pipes inside... If you want stainless pipework inside... + £250 I will add an E61 group pressure gauge to any machine for free (if you ask nicely). http://www.elcor.it/vesuvius-en/ Subsidised delivery cost is £20 (this is for the UK normal postal addresses) for other destinations especially outside Europe, there may be an extra charge, or if you are in one of those special places where you know postage is very expensive/special tax charges. These machines are shipped by Air to the UK, so no long waits Everything comes with a 2 year parts warranty only and will come with whatever plug you require for your country of origin. This is a link to the user guide done by Davec of your forum https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vesu...ile.php?id=148 Please send me a message if you want any of the machines The carbon fibre wrap machine, look out for the advert which I do later.
  12. Now this seems very Deja Vu (@Matbat). I have both machines. Just acquired the LMLM in a deal I couldn't really refuse. So, I have been given three weeks to decided which I can keep, as unfortunately I am not allowed both, which is mean, but I guess fair enough. I haven't even pulled a shot with the LM yet, will be doing that later. But I love the V. In fact I really love it. Its easy, despite having technicalities built into it, but is an extremely capable machine as I think most would agree. I have only ever had one issue with the V, and that was a recent pressure release via the release valve, which has since resolved after a clean of said valve, but still, Jordan from BB has another on route to me as I would prefer to get a new one in-case it is for any reason on the way out. Anyway........... I have set a poll.......ignoring the previous results from Matbats. I will however decide purely on how much I like the usability, the results and taste in the cup from the machines after the 3 weeks, and go from there. But thought I may as well get you lot involved for some fun first. Pics to follow..
  13. Hi guys. So the Vesuvius I ordered will finally arrive tomorrow. Can't wait! As there are quite a few owners here, I was wondering if you had any starters advice? What profiles to start with and grind settings? I've downloaded @ronsil's excel file and will have a play around. It's paired with a Niche grinder. I've got some sumatran dark roast beans from Wogan's in Bristol. Coming from a Gaggia classic, I'm expecting things to be quite different. Upgrades wise, I read about the knife foam tip and IMS Screen change. Worth doing straight away or wait? I hope it's alright to pester you guys with questions here. Very excited to start playing around with it once it gets here
  14. I have 3 machines for sale because a small retail customer cancelled the order £2150 New Vesuvius, Stainless steel outside PTFE standard pipes inside...2 machines £2400 New Vesuvius, Stainless Steel, stainless pipework inside....1 machine I can add an E61 group pressure gauge to any machine for an extra 16 gbp. Subsidised delivery cost is £20 (this is for the UK normal postal addresses) for other destinations especially outside Europe, there may be an extra charge, or if you are in one of those special places where you know postage is very expensive/special tax charges. These machines are shipped by Air to the UK, so no long waits Everything comes with a 2 year parts warranty only and will come with whatever plug you require for your country of origin. This is a link to the user guide done by Davec of your forum https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vesu...ile.php?id=148 Please send me a message if you want any of the machines
  15. Bought on the forum directly from Paolo at ACS via DavecUK's thread, landed in Jan-18 (practically brand new, had only gathered dust at an exhibition) I've had this on my kitchen worktop alongside my linea mini for 5 months, alternating each day between the two machines Completely unnecessary of me to have two machines for so long in my small kitchen, it was rather indulgent and I was somewhat indecisive. My wife has finally had enough and I've decided to keep the linea mini, so looking to pass the Vesuvius on to a new owner Its a fantastic machine, as many will agree on the forum. I've decided to just keep things simple and stick with a the LM, although I did really enjoy the pressure profiling of the V. The LM is also slightly smaller which is better for my small kitchen, and I am also a bit of a sucker for the La Marzocco brand and design. Not an easy decision, as indicated by the poll I set up which showed 26 vs 25 vote marginally in favour of the LM The machine is in great condition, some very tiny marks on the drip try from general use, otherwise in perfect condition. Standard piping. Comes with three portafilters (see pictures) and packaged in a massive wooden box. Pick up only in London W12 given the size and weight.
  16. Christmas is coming and we have a special offer for forum members. We have 4 ex demo machines available at a very special price for the festive season and due to our upcoming factory move. All machines are a stainless steel case and PTFE internal pipework. The Vesuvius is an advanced pressure profiling machine using a mag drive gear pump. Up to 5 profiles can be stored each with up to 7 pressure phases. Pressure is PID controlled and managed directly via the extremely accurate gear pump, not a needle valve or similar, believe this gives superior control. The machine has 2 PID controlled boilers one for steam and the other for brew water. It also has some unique features such as last shot protection, eco mode and even the ability to enable or disable brew water preheating to suite the environment and load requirements made of the machine. More can be read about the machine and supplied accessories at this link: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vesuvius/download/file.php?id=148 Note: all machines come supplied with a bottomless portafilter, tamper and group brush as an additional accessories that are not mentioned in the user guide above Order before 10 November 2018 the price will be £2050 + a £20 contribution to air shipping and a free group pressure gauge fitted. Order after 10th November the price will be £2150 for the machine a £20 contribution to air shipping (an optional fitted group pressure gauge will be £16 extra not free) The warranty offered is 2 years parts only and is fully transferable should you sell the machine during this period. *Ex demonstration means the machine may have been exhibited, or even used for a limited number of shots at exhibition or other venues by ACS. As such they should not be considered a “new” machine. They will of course all be factory checked and prepared in the same way any new machine is. These factory direct machines represent a saving in excess of £1200 (if the Christmas offer is used) for the right people and are all VAT inclusive prices. These are for private and not business purchase should you be wanting to use a business treatment of VAT If you want a machine claim it on the thread, stating clearly the options you want. PM me with your e-mail details and delivery address and phone number.. I will update the thread with the machines remaining as they get claimed.
  17. Hi there I'm buying a Vesuvius on the ACS Christmas deal, which I'm incredibly excited about! I have a question about the steam arm, which usually comes on the left hand side. It is possible to swap it with the hot water and put it on the right hand side, which I'm tempted to do as I'm right handed and previous experience with a steam arm on the right hand side has felt intuitively correct. However, I notice in a Bellabarista document from way back when a prototype was tested that the steam wand was initially on the right hand side but its position was reversed. So - does anyone know of any reason why these were changed over; is there any reason why I shouldn't swap them over? And - more generally, does it make any difference which side the steam wand is on, if you're right-handed? I'm wondering if I'm just more comfortable with the RHS because I've been used to it before. And what motivates espresso machine designers to put them on one side or another? Any thoughts gratefully received! Thanks
  18. I provide below a description of the process I went through to solve the problem of a ruptured brew boiler heating element on my Vesuvius. I’d had the Vesuvius for maybe 2 months when I started to notice the brew water had become very cloudy. When I was sure the water was actually always coming out cloudy, I stopped using the machine and asked for help on the forum. Whilst everyone was helpful, I was convinced the problem was not the obvious: needed a good clean, e.g. start backflushing regularly; what kind of water are you putting into it? The water was just too cloudy for these helpful suggestions to be the cause. After leaving a glass of the output cloudy water for several hours, it would eventually clear leaving a fairly significant residue of fine white powder in the bottom of the glass. By the way, it was only the brew water that was cloudy; water from the steam boiler was clear as a bell. After a bit more pondering, I decided I needed to open up the brew boiler and see what was inside. The only way to do this is to remove the heating element. After contacting @DavecUK to ask advice, he told me I needed a 36mm box spanner, and even gave me a link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/KS-Tools-51...DCGAHHHHKNVSNK where they were on sale for £12, pretty good price I thought. The tool selection is pretty crucial. The base of the heating element is recessed by a few inches into the body of the machine. There is no room to use anything like an adjustable spanner - you need a box spanner or socket to get in there with the necessary leverage. To gain access to the brew boiler element, I lifted the machine onto a pair of benches, so I could access it from underneath while I was lying on the floor - front of the machine on one bench, rear on the other. Removing the base plate was easy using an allen key on the bolts. The brew boiler is the smaller of the two boilers. First remove the two push-on electrical leads. Removing the element with the box spanner was not difficult as it is not screwed on hugely tightly. You need to unscrew it carefully and slowly to allow the water to drip out at a controlled flow, so that it just drips out onto the floor, i.e. without soaking anything else near at hand like bits of the machine and electrical contacts. I found the culprit immediately. The element had ruptured and was spilling its contents, magnesium oxide white powder, at a steady rate into the boiler. I contacted Paolo at ACS who agreed to supply me with a replacement heating element. After allowing the boiler tank to dry out for a few days, I used a small brush to remove the remaining white powder at the base of the tank. The replacement element was easy to install using the box spanner again. However, I did find it difficult to know how tightly to screw it in, as the screwing in became tight quite quickly, and, as it turned out, before it was fully secured in place. I then powered the machine up and followed the instructions in the manual on how to fill up the boiler from empty. This worked but I found the boiler was leaking quite significantly, so I switched off the machine and let it cool for a few minutes. I then tightened up the element, which now felt looser and easier to screw in. I then left it to cool for several hours to see if any more leaks occurred, since the tank had now filled up. It did continue to leak in slow drips, so I continued to tighten it up until no further drips, leaving a piece of kitchen paper on the floor under the tank overnight to check. I then proceeded with the instruction manual, drawing 1 litre of water in 200ml amounts through the group head. The first 200ml was a bit cloudy. When I’d got to the last of the five 200ml amounts the water was completely clear - to my great relief. Problem solved! I then replaced the base plate and replaced the machine on the worktop for normal use. I left a piece of kitchen paper under the machine to check for any drips over the next few days. My first coffee out of the machine was delicious, after a five week period without! Whilst this problem was a bit difficult to diagnose initially, I’ve got to thank everyone for chipping in with suggestions. Particularly, I have to say a big thank you to @DavecUK for his helpful advice along the way, particularly the tool selection in this case. We are so lucky to have Dave and one or two other true experts on the forum, who pass on their advice freely and selflessly. Feel free to ask any questions. I’m sure I will have missed out some significant points.
  19. Looking for some help and advice please. My Vesuvius (purchased new earlier this year) has started to produce very cloudy water from the main service (brew) boiler, i.e. serving the portafilter. I can’t detect a taste but realise I must have drunk some of it, i.e. a few cups, before realising the cloudiness was not temporary. The cloudiness in the water does not clear, e.g. within an hour, but I’m in the process of leaving the jug shown below for several hours. I’ve brewed no more than 1.5kg of coffee since purchase. I’ve cleaned the head a few times with an Espazzola, but apart from that have not yet carried out any other cleaning, apart from removing and cleaning the shower head weekly. No cleaning chemicals have been used at all. I live in a very soft water area which produces no noticeable limescale on household appliances like kettles. I have been using a Brita filter jug (for better or worse), but don’t see how its use can have led to the very considerable cloudiness in the brewed water. I’d be very grateful for any suggestions or methods to diagnose the problem. Many thanks in advance, Ian
  20. For sale a Vesuvius espresso machine I bought here two years ago. Manufacture date: 07.2014. Machine has served me well and was used daily (2-4 shots a day). I decided to sell, because I need some cash, and me and my wife are happy with switching to filter only. The machine is soon going to be sent for a full service to BellaBarista. The machine will be packed and delivered (insured) to Bella by a professional company (https://www.mbe.co.uk/newcastle) in their own van. I never had a single problem with the machine, however when I examined it while taking pictures for a sales thread, it turned out that the brew boiler and the steam boiler were leaking. Details about the brew boiler leak here: https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?46404-Vesuvius-water-leak There are no details about the steam boiler in the above thread because I spotted the second leak later, after I was able to turn the machine on its side and remove the bottom isolation from the boiler. Based on the stains the leaks must have been there since I got the machine, I never noticed them before because there was no water dripping out of the machine. I would have repaired it myself, but I understand that the future owner would trust the professional servicing more, hence I decided to send it to Bella and drop the price. As for the maintenance: -I used the machine every morning for 2h with only the brew boiler on. I switched on the steam boiler every weekend. -I changed all the seals and washers in the group after I got the machine -a descale every 6 months (I use only tesco ashbeck water), with disassembly and lubrication of the cam -detergent backflush once a month -dropping the shower screen for cleaning every week Price: I would like 1400£ + the servicing costs. Shipping to Bella has already costed me over 100£. Servicing should not cost more than 300£, this of course will depend on how much needs to be done. So, I am setting the price to 1800£, and I am willing to cover any additional costs of the servicing (i.e. the price will not rise when the servicing bill turns out to be more than 300£). The machine is fully functional as it is and will be professionally serviced. Also included: All the goodies the machine has come with, including tubing for plumbing in the machine (I used it only with the water reservoir); and portafilters. I added 3 VST baskets (15g, 18g, 20g). I also added a larger milk steaming jug and thermometer (both not used much as I never liked spoiling my espresso with milk), portafilter pressure gauge (for verification of the brewing pressures), cafetto detergent, espazzola grouphead cleaning tool, JoeFrex handle technic aubergine with the adjustable pressure release mechanism and two tamping bases (convex and flat) for consistent tamping. I can also add my ‘collection’ of the espresso cups if needed. Shipping: The machine will be packed and posted by Bella Barista, if the machine finds a new home within the next few weeks. I am still waiting for a reply from the BB regarding shipping costs, and I will add it here as soon as they provide me with the price. Otherwise you can pick it up in Newcastle upon Tyne, or I can post it in the same package I receive it from Bella Barista, however this will cost much more (approx. 150£, for an insured parcel).
  21. So western union made a mess of the transfer I was making for the vesuvius. I was wondering, people who've bought this machine, did you use WU or transferwise or something better? Would appreciate the advice.
  22. Thanks to @DavecUK and @Paolo_Cortese this beauty arrived this week. It's so easy to produce much better shots with the Vesuvius. My extractions went from around 18% on the NS Oscar 2 to 22% with the Vesuvius. On top of that it also looks amazing and is a real joy to use - thanks guys
  23. Hi all, I am planing to sell my Vesuvius, and while I was inspecting it, I noticed some corrosion at the bottom of the machine, and what I think is a small leak from the smaller boiler. I bought it used on this forum January 2017, and machine is working fine. I want it to be in perfect condition for its new owner. Do you know of any engineers around Newcastle upon Tyne who could pick it up from my place for repair? How much would a repair cost me (I know it is difficult to say without seeing it, but I need an approximate quote or a range)? Alternatively, is any of you technically inclined, and would like to buy it and repair it on your own? As I said it works fine, and if I have not looked, I would use it further without knowing that there is something wrong with it.
  24. Other than the hilarity of searching for “Vesuvius Exploded View” if you forget to put espresso in the search. I have not had much luck finding something like this. If anyone happens to know where to find one I am curious about some of the details and I’m crazy enough to want to mess with the electronics inside. Thus, also a circuit diagram would be cool, granted if I got one I could just trace it out. I really like the Fluid-o-Tech's integrated controller with a 0-5V control link, as a simple way to get involved with a normally very complicated system for electronics. I’ve also noticed at least in NA the prices seem to be dropping or they are getting listed as clearance. Does anyone happen to know a reason for this? Suggestions welcomed, on if that makes it a great time to get one or a bad time. Thanks all
  25. There is a single Vesuvius available, was built for an exhibition....can't say more than that, a request prompted me to lis If you want it claim it on the thread, stating clearly the options you want. 1st come first served. PM me with your e-mail details and delivery address, I will then forward your details to ACS so you can deal with ACS directly for payment, delivery etc.. I will update the thread with the machines remaining as they get claimed. The prices you see are the prices you pay, with no additional charges. Remember you have to make payment in Euros. I have been asked to suggest a price for these items and allow them to be offered to forum members. a great opportunity to by surplus stock from the exhibition..Disclaimer, I get no commission (or a single penny piece in any way or kind), just helping out friends. These are significant bargains for the right forum members. The price includes VAT The photo shows a stainless steel pipework interior below, the machines are a stainless steel finish not a black finish. £2350 New Vesuvius, Stainless Steel external finish standard pipework. Options available group pressure gauge fitted and additional £16, (I think it's a great option to take up) - sold Subsidised delivery cost (airshipped) is £20 (this is for the UK normal postal addresses) for other destinations especially outside Europe, there may be an extra charge, or if you are in one of those special places where you know postage is very expensive/special tax charges. Everything comes with a 2 year (transferable) parts warranty only, the Vesuvius is of course manufactured by ACS and will come with whatever plug you require for your country of origin. The Vesuvius machines were made for the Exhibition and are fully up to date models with the improvements to the safety valve and vacuum breaker system. Please don't make offers, the stuff is already so cheap they won't be accepted. For those who don't know I did review and help with the final design of the Vesuvius, I own one myself and consider it the finest dual boiler pressure profiling compared to other normal prosumer machines in it's class. It manages pressure exceptionally well uses a proper gear pump not a standard rotary, stainless steel solenoid valves, has 3 independent PID loops (on a 3 group commercial board) to control everything and is really well made (very expensive to make). It's also very very accurate on temperature control and I consider it to be pressure profiling done right. The link to the last version userguide I did is here if you want to read up on it https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vesu...ile.php?id=148 These machines at little more than Dual Boiler money is a ridiculously good deal and represents a genuine saving of £1045 for standard machines.
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