The Compressor Cooler Pro is a perfect visual match for the IMPRESSA X9 and IMPRESSA X7-S. It’s not just the design of the cooler that complements the total coffee solution from JURA. From the capacity aspect it is also ideally coordinated with the performance data of the X range. The generous dimensions of the container allow it to hold up to four litres of milk: in other words, enough to supply the twin-grinding mill IMPRESSA with milk the whole day long even when demand is high.
The Compressor Cooler Pro from JURA places the same emphasis on the simple handling as on the milk. For example, by opening precisely in a horizontal position the guide rails on the front panels allow the full milk container to be easily slid into place. The milk can then be connected to the coffee machine by a simple click using the new patented Milk&Go system. Thanks to the transparent container it is always clear to see if there is still enough milk available.
A powerful compressor unit ensures that the milk is cooled to an optimum 4°C even at outside temperatures of more than 30°C. In this context the unit automatically regulates the internal temperature and guarantees maximum freshness without allowing any disruptive build-up of ice. This avoids unnecessary noise emissions and also saves energy.
Thanks to the transparent container users can easily and quickly see if there is still enough milk in the cooler. If not, the milk can be topped up using the practical filler cap without having to remove the container from the unit. Because of its compact size the milk container can be conveniently stored in the refrigerator at home if needs be (for example overnight or on the weekend).
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