BREW CONE,ASSY W/SPLASH POCKET
In conventional coffee-making machines, hot water is drawn from a reservoir and is discharged into a "brew basket" or a "brew chamber" via a sprayhead. The brew basket holds a filter (semi-permanent or disposable) containing a dose of ground coffee within the filter. Hot water discharged into the brew basket percolates through the ground coffee and exits the brew basket as filtered coffee. The hot coffee exiting the brew basket is collected in a coffee pot or carafe. A similar process is used in large production tea brewing
For over 80 years, the Wilbur Curtis Company has helped customers conquer the art of making a great cup of coffee leveraging leading edge technology, ingenuity, and a keen understanding of the foodservice coffee business. From a full array of commercial coffee machines and iced tea brewers to hot water dispensers, frozen drink machines and an array of satellite and thermal dispensers, Wilbur Curtis' innovative equipment offers advanced technology and labor savings to any foodservice operation.
Click Image to Zoom In