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Laspaziale – S40

Laspaziale – S40

The S40 represents the pinnacle of modern technology with its typical Italian design. The classical and yet modern appearance of the retro-style Espresso machine is a real eye-catcher that still goes with any room decor. The S40 is not only a highlight in terms of design, but also offers the highest level of ease of use, a perfect marriage of aesthetics and technology.



  • Semi-automatic Espresso coffee machine with 2, 3 or 4 brewing groups
  • Separate outlet for hot water
  • 2 different programmable hot water amounts
  • Temperature for 1 hot water amount
  • 2 steam valves for foaming milk
  • 1 auto-steam nozzles for foaming milk
  • with 2 temperatures, programmable and automatic shut-off
  • Economy function reduces the total power consumption of the machine
  • Functional area and drip tray as well as a drip tray in stainless steel
  • ITC function for adjustable brewing-water temperature and display per brewing group
  • Boost function for short-term, faster heating of the brewing-water
  • Electronic monitoring of the filling and temperature control in the boiler
  • Two different water circuits with two different temperatures
  • Electronic grinding degree controls per brewing group
  • EGS function for automatically moistening the coffee pads in the filter
  • Top of device with cup warmer, adjustable to 5 different temperatures
  • 4 product selection buttons and a manual brewing button per brewing group
  • Parameter settings for e. g. Coffee and water amount via PIN code
  • Access rights can be secured using a PIN code
  • Automatic switch-on/off times programmable via a timer function
  • Access to the customer menu via the Customer Card
  • Programming of a notification on the screen saver via the Customer Card
  • Internal product counter for the coffee products served
  • Software updates using an SD memory card
  • Narrow diameter filter, 53 mm, ideal for Espresso parameters (7 grams).


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