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Coffee with Control


World-class Engineering


Benefiting from Fracino's extensive research and development programme, world-class engineering skills and state-of-the-art production methods, P.I.D is a genuine marriage between style and control. The P.I.D is a seriously stylish machine available with 2 or 3 groups, hot water outlets fitted with anti-splash nozzles and steam tubes for frothing milk.


It boasts all the power, technical qualities and reliability synonymous with Fracino products, in a stunning new look to create the ultimate bar furniture. The P.I.D features an illuminated gloss white back panel and gloss white steel side panels. An exquisite,uniquely styled steam, water and filter holder handles. The touch pads and display are illuminated with blue led lights enhancing the look of the front panel and balancing the illumination of the back panel which can be branded to individual requirements.


Control Features


The Fracino PID offers an array of control and diagnostic features, allowing the user to adjust and fine tune various features on the machine to create the perfect espresso time after time. Most of the features are controlled by a simple and easy to use LCD display mounted on the front panel.


Each group has an independent boiler for optimum temperature control - settable between 80-115°C - for example the user can set one group to 90°C and another to 95°C whilst still maintaining the standard boiler for water and steam.


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1963 - 2013 YEARS


“Frankly the finest for cappuccino” Fracino 18-22 Birch Road East, Birmingham, B6 7DB, UK Website / www.fracino.com Email / sales@fracino.com Tel / +44 (0)121 328 5757 Fax / +44 (0)121 327 3333


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