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Dules
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Posted Sat Feb 2, 2013, 9:55pm
Subject: Recovery Time for CC1
 

Hi wondering if a current CC1 would give a good estimation on the time I would have to wait after brewing a double shot, to starting another double shot on the cc1?
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Posted Sun Feb 3, 2013, 12:03pm
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

While I have not used that machine, it is a single boiler with pid.
I am sure it would only be a few minutes if it was well warmed up as it should be with any machine, minimum of half an hour.

 
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Posted Sun Feb 3, 2013, 12:33pm
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

If pulling straights not steaming the machine will keep up with most home barista's sorry geeks working at a normal pace. If your preparing baskets and pulling at the same trying to out run the machine you probably could. My guess is 2nd, 3rd, etc  will actually have a better temp profile than the first.

 
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Posted Sun Feb 3, 2013, 1:12pm
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

calblacksmith Said:

While I have not used that machine, it is a single boiler with pid.
I am sure it would only be a few minutes if it was well warmed up as it should be with any machine, minimum of half an hour.

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Most SBDUs should be similar as stated, even my Gaggia.

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Posted Tue Feb 5, 2013, 5:43am
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

calblacksmith Said:

While I have not used that machine, it is a single boiler with pid.
I am sure it would only be a few minutes if it was well warmed up as it should be with any machine, minimum of half an hour.

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Definitely not a few minutes, not even a minute. Was curious and timed it, pulled a double and it was right back to temp and ready in 53 seconds. That was 1st pull this morning after leaving on for an hour, its fast for a sbdu including switching steam/brew.
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Posted Tue Feb 5, 2013, 6:30am
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

Good to know,  a couple of minutes though even if it took that long is not a big deal, by the time you clean your Pf, dry it, grind, dose, distribute, tamp lock and load, it is a couple of minutes for most people who are not in a Cafe situation so I fully expected the recovery time to be close enough if I said a few minutes, again, even though the water hits it's temp, you still have the temp of the brew group recovering too. YMMV

 
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Posted Tue Feb 5, 2013, 6:53am
Subject: Re: Recovery Time for CC1
 

calblacksmith Said:

Good to know,  a couple of minutes though even if it took that long is not a big deal, by the time you clean your Pf, dry it, grind, dose, distribute, tamp lock and load, it is a couple of minutes for most people who are not in a Cafe situation so I fully expected the recovery time to be close enough if I said a few minutes, again, even though the water hits it's temp, you still have the temp of the brew group recovering too. YMMV

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yeh I always clean the PF and then put back in and pull water threw through to heat it up. Then weigh/grind/dry the PF/dose/tamp/pull lol, by that time it's already back to temp, group still hot, and PF still hot.

Friend has an h/x and yeh, at home, you just can't use that "continuous" shot to your advantage. By the time you clean, grind, dose whatever it's no biggie, vs a shop that has multiple baristas, multiple pf's and machines with multiple groups ready to go at a second etc.
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