An assembly consisting of computer chips and an instructional label. Used for loading advertising messages into the brewer.
Used either to pressurize the hot water tank or create turbulence in a brewing chamber during the brew process. Used in equipment such as SmartWAVE and trifecta.
Auger Drive Shaft Assembly
A shaft assembly containing torsion springs while engaged to a motor shaft will flex depending upon thickness of the product during auger rotation.
The basin wrench is a multi-function tool that is used to rebuild various solenoid valves.
The inability to initiate a brew if the water temperature is less than the ready temperature programmed into the brewer.
A programming feature that compensates for flow-rate variations to maintain consistent dispense levels when water quality is a consideration.
A programming feature that simplifies Pulse Brew and allows extraction manipulation with the touch of a button.
A programming feature with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) communications between grinder, funnel and brewer for custom warmer and recipe management without error. Works in conjunction with SMART Hopper, SMART Funnel, and a Recipe Writer/Card.
A programming feature that provides quick access to the most utilized setup parameters including a lockout feature to prevent brewing when actual water temperature is below the Ready temperature. Features include: brew lockout, brew ounces, enable ads, enter service number and BrewMETER®.
A proportioning device, which pumps two liquids (water and concentrate) in an exact ratio. The ratio is determined by the pump design, and is maintained precisely. The pump operates on the source pressure of one of the proportioned liquids; typically the incoming water eliminating the need for CO2 or electric power. Vacuum shut off is designed within the brix pump when the concentrate bag-in-box is totally empty to stop operation of brix pump.