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    Giotto premium pressurestat

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    Hello all,
    I was wondering if a Sirai or Parker pressure-stat would fit into a Giotto premium (with or without some mods) as a replacement for the standard Ma-ter unit?
    If not, does anyone know of a local source for the Jaeger pressure-stat, which is advertised on a US site as a more heavy duty unit than the standard item. They can be sourced and shipped from that company, however the different voltage rating would not suit our local 230-240V.
    Thanks in advance,
    Steve.

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    Re: Giotto premium pressurestat

    Quote Originally Posted by 4261786B770E0 link=1249981420/0#0 date=1249981420
    Hello all,
    I was wondering if a Sirai or Parker pressure-stat would fit into a Giotto premium (with or without some mods) as a replacement for the standard Ma-ter unit?
    If not, does anyone know of a local source for the Jaeger pressure-stat, which is advertised on a US site as a more heavy duty unit than the standard item. They can be sourced and shipped from that company, however the different voltage rating would not suit our local 230-240V.
    Thanks in advance,
    Steve.
    Hi Lovey- you will need a Mater to replace the Jager. Any ECA service agent should be able to supply one and they are also available from coffeeparts.

    If you want to go to a sirai, you need more voltage. The easiest way is to install a Giotto premium plus proelind control board and wiring loom and upgrade the pressurestat then... it will cost you though $$$...

    2mcm

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    Re: Giotto premium pressurestat

    Thanks for the info Chris,
    I was hoping that it would be a simple swap over, but nothings ever easy though ::).
    Youre a treasure trove of information, as usual.
    Thanks again,
    Steve.



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