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    Parts for Boema

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    This is for sale locally here in NZ, are the parts easy to get in Aussie?
    Only looking at it if I can get it for a few hundred to have a bit of a play with. Working condition.
    Also will this run on single phase?

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    Chris


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    Re: Parts for Boema

    loooks good for a few hundred :) has it got an internal pump?

    nice and shiny I had a laugh

    parts should be get-able direct from Boema as they are made (put together?) here.

    many parts might be the same as other machines? the group heads i have looked at on boemas look a lot like san marino ones, but i cannot confirm that the are

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    Re: Parts for Boema

    Well it could well go for a bit more but I thought worth asking the Aussies about their very own brand :)

    Cheers

    Chris

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    Re: Parts for Boema

    Hi Chris,
    * * * * * * Ive got the non volumetric version sitting in my lounge room (aka storeroom for coffee paraphernalia) and its quite a nice bit of engineering. Inbuilt rotary pump, RL40 level controller, nickel plated boiler of around 6 litres and a steel chassis, and stainless steel clothes ! The element *is a standard screw in unit , so you can substitute a 2400 watt one and run it on a 10 amp supply - mine had a 2400 Watt element fitted from new , although others may have been 3600 Watt.The groups are similar to Bezzeras , with a big round o-ring group seal - and Boema in Sydney will happily sell spares for them.The only problem with them is fracturing silver soldered and brazed fittings ( its all copper and brass plumbing) ,and it does have to be plumbed in.But if youve got the room , theyll make lots of good coffee all day - and keep your kitchen warm too !!
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    Re: Parts for Boema

    Hot news is parts are cheap too! 2400W 10A element is AUD$49, seals and gaskets come in generally under AUD$5 each. I am doing a rebuild on the same machine right now.

    Do it!

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    Re: Parts for Boema

    If you ph 0449 206 335, they are having a clearout of coffe spare parts, many brands, but Boema electrical, mechanical spares and groups seals, protafilters etc. CHEAP.



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