Quick Mill's new QM67 Double Boiler machine is a compact, commercial-quality espresso machine with classic lines and a high-sheen stainless steel exterior. With its Ulka 52-watt vibratory pump, dual copper boilers and E-61 commercial group head, you now have all the power necessary to make velvety espresso and smooth foam for your cappuccinos and lattes.
Because of the dual boilers and the integrated PID system, you'll have precise control over the temperature of the brew and steam boilers for consistent shots and milk. Temperature stability will no longer be a hurdle to perfect espresso at home! Combine it with our optional custom wood upgrades, the Clive bottomless portafilter and 58mm tamper for a fully customized experience. Read our detailed review
Features at a Glance
When paired with a PID, isolated boilers provide superior temperature precision and predictability.
A closed loop temperature controler gives the user remakable control over espresso extraction and steam.
E61 Brew Group:
A tactile method of espresso extraction that allows manual control over shot extraction.
- Swivel stainless steel steam arm with 1.mm two hole steam tip
- Two 58 mm portafilters: one single and one double
- E-61 commercial group
- PID controller with 1.0 degree adjustment
- Vibratory pump
- For downloadable product manual, click here.
- Two-year parts and labor provided by the United States importer and Clive Coffee.
Dimensions and Specifications
- Width: 11"
- Depth: 17.75"
- Height: 16.5"
- Weight: 50 lbs.
- Steam boiler: 1.8 L / 1200 Watts
- Group boiler: 0.8L / 800 Watts
- Water reservoir: 3L
- 110 volt
- 15 Amp only
- Water reservoir only
Dedicated boilers for steam and espresso mean that recovery time is rapid and temperature stability is excellent.
You can precisely and easily control the temperature in both the group and steam boiler.
E61 group head
Constructed of 9 pounds of solid brass, the E61 retains heat impeccably.
Since the QM67 is so solidly built, you need to give it at least 20 minutes of warm up time before making drinks.
Some people find vibratory pumps to be quite noisy, but it's significantly quieter than a grinder.