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If you are looking for the best coffee machine for commercial use, should you go for a commercial model or a home coffee maker?
Gone are the days when people who want to have restaurant-grade coffee needed to go out and spend premium dollars for a good cup of brewed coffee.
Today, the manufacturers have made available their commercial coffee machines for home use and office use. Whether you have a small business employing four or forty personnel, you would need a coffee machine to ply your employees with once they are at the work place.
What Do Commercial Coffee Makers Offer?
So how do these measure up against regular home coffee makers? Here are a few key differences when you compare the two -
Since the commercial models are meant to be used in an office and work places, they are designed to be more durable and capable of brewing more cups of coffee, faster.
Just imagine the stress a home coffee maker will be placed under if it is used in an office environment. The minute that the first employee walks in, he or she will be followed by others who would also want to get a steaming cup of coffee.
If the coffee maker does not have enough capacity, it may quite easily 'give up' from overuse.
You can take advantage of the models which have a grinder, a brewer or an internal water filter to name a few features that you can get. Industrial coffee makers come with many features which you may not typically find in a home coffee machine.
True, they may cost about 40% more than a run-of-the-mill coffee maker for the home but the extra expense is truly worth it. Commercial use models last longer, they are designed to be used constantly and they are nifty machines whose features just cannot be compared to those of a home coffee maker.
This can be a great advantage of the commercial models over the home ones. For example in case of a plumbed coffee makers, these have water supply connected to them so you do not need to worry of water spillage all over the kitchen platform and an extra person to clean up the mess.
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