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  • New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

    I might just have found the machine for my new venture.

    http://www.pennineteaandcoffee.co.uk...egaconcept.pdf

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    Re: New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

    Youd definitley be a pioneer....Ive never seen the machine out in public!

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    • #3
      Re: New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

      If you leave it on all night you save 47.6% electricity ;D

      not if you turn off your current machine over night you dont

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      • #4
        Re: New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

        If you turn off any machine at night you dont save only 47% but you save 100% of electricity.

        Barry

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        • #5
          Re: New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

          Thats a simplistic view though...

          Ive read about some machines that use less power to have them kept at temperature overnight rather than bringing up their big boilers to temperature in the morning.

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          • #6
            Re: New Wega Concept (multi boiler/PID)

            Originally posted by 6C584F5942684645454E2A0 link=1304756387/4#4 date=1304990678
            Thats a simplistic view though...

            Ive read about some machines that use less power to have them kept at temperature overnight rather than bringing up their big boilers to temperature in the morning.
            That ignores the laws of physics, energy will be consumed keeping the water in a high energy state. I think what you read was carefully worded marketing to make you think that it is saving power.

            Cheers

            Brett

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            • #7
              I am contemplating purchasing a Wega Concept 3 group for a Cafe/ restaurant, that will be using 30+kg a week.

              Any feed back would be great. Thanking You

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              • #8
                Hi Arnald and welcome to CS.

                I see you have posted in two threads. Does that mean you want your answers split in two,

                or every second word in alternate threads?

                Maybe delete your post in the other thread and just leave your question here?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by chokkidog View Post
                  or every second word in alternate threads?
                  I that . Good chokkidog

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                  • #10
                    Sorry, My apologies.

                    I am new to forums, and not sure on what to do.

                    Will try and do better.

                    I am trying to get good info on commercial machines, as you would be aware of sales pitches, it's hard to sift through
                    the BS.

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