PRLog - Aug. 12, 2011 - CHESHAM, U.K. -- Gaggia describes the LC/D as the new benchmark in entry-level commercial coffee machines. A traditionally-
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The lower price is down to a stripped- down design, with Gaggia having taken out any extra features that add to the cost. Even so, the LC/D is a two group model, dispensing up to four shots at once. Its large, 13 litre boiler allows high capacity coffee production without compromising quality. It also features a high-powered steam wand for superior milk texturing.
“Any operator working to a tight budget will find the Gaggia LC/D is a great choice, especially if they select the package including machine grinder, knockout box and milk foaming jugs,” says David Lawlor of Watermark. “It’
The LC/D is suitable for cafes, bars, restaurants and canteens. Typically it will be used in sites serving 400 to 500 cups of coffee per day, but also has the capacity to cope when a rush hits. It features push-buttons to control the number and size of shots per group and a gauge displaying boiler pressure, which relates to temperature, and pump pressure, for when an espresso is being brewed.
The Gaggia range of espresso coffee machines and ancillary equipment is marketed in the UK by Watermark. It is available through catering equipment distributors and coffee specialists. Watermark is currently expanding its distributor network. For information and brochures freephone Gaggia Watermark on 0800 9179879, email email@example.com or visit http://www.watermark.uk.com
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