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  • who knows WMF....??

    So who knows ANYTHING about this little gem. I think it may be a solinoid driven piston.

    I have emailed WMF UK and DL... no love yet






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    Re: who knows WMF....??

    Originally posted by 7E7D6C7F6E7E0D0 link=1258115937/0#0 date=1258115937
    So who knows ANYTHING about this little gem.  I think it may be a solinoid driven piston.  

    I have emailed WMF UK and DL... no love yet

    1954

    WMF "1000 Blitz" coffee machine 1954

    In 1954 WMF had its big breakthrough with the fresh water wall coffee machines WMF 1000 Blitz. This machine was easy to operate, reliable and robust.

    The first premium machine that brings home 125 years of coffee expertise.
    WMF has been involved in the preparation of coffee since 1880. The
    first WMF large coffee machine dates back to 1927.

    Just 30 years later, in 1955, the great victory campaign of WMF coffee machines began, when WMF brought Italian espresso to German restaurants with the first fully automatic espresso machine. This was followed by a multitude of ground-breaking innovations, which brought WMF world-wide success. WMF was then the first manufacturer to follow the fully automatic espresso with latte
    macchiato at the touch of a button for the restaurant trade.

    The power of innovation, standard WMF quality, and many years of experience are the basis of the reputation that WMF professional machines enjoy today. Our coffee machines now provide the best quality coffee in top-quality restaurants around the world.

    The First WMF 1000.


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      Re: who knows WMF....??

      cheers AM,

      The Blitz hey... trust the Germans...

      dont spose there was any clue as to how to use it???

      It seems to use a paper filter under and over the coffee in the group.

      And so they are calling this an espresso machine then? some have thought if might be more a steam pressure rig.

      Yet to fire it up

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      • #4
        Re: who knows WMF....??

        ok this is a bit cool.. it has a mercury switch in it. it would appear not to be a piston, rather a valve

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          Re: who knows WMF....??

          Hello from old Germany,
          I´m looking for a repairmanual of the WMF1000 Blitz.
          Can you help?

          X-Mas regards,

          Detlev

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            Re: who knows WMF....??

            no sorry... I contacted WMF and they even asked head office in DL but alas they say they dont have any documentation... I suspect this not to be entirely true though... A company of that age and history not having archives??? pfff please. But as I say I was not able to attain anything from them

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            • #7
              Re: who knows WMF....??

              Looking for a manual for a WMF 1000 Blitz (from the 1950s). Its in good shape but needs seals. Thanks

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              • #8
                Re: who knows WMF....??

                A wall mounted machine....cool much?

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