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Burco 15 Litre Autofill Wall Mounted 3kW £345.00 @ CNM Online

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Should be of interest to caterers and anyone who has a need for lots of cups of tea and coffee Flat element minimises unit size maximises output and restricts scale build-up Unique descaling f… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Should be of interest to caterers and anyone who has a need for lots of cups of tea and coffee


Flat element minimises unit size maximises output and restricts scale build-up

Unique descaling function is simple to use and highly effective

Easy servicing - Remove the cover without removing the tap

Drain down made easy with ball valve

No hardwiring, complete with moulded plug

15 litre capacity (125 cups)

47 litres per hour capacity

Tap Isolation valve

Safety twist lock tap

3kW element.

Advanced diagnostics keeps user informed of performance and
if descaling is required

Capacity 15
kW Rating 3
Heating time in mins 35
Cup capacity 125
Throughput per hour 60L
Height 530mm Width 335mm Depth 335mm

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#1
£350 for a wall mounted urn umm
think i will pass

it should grind the coffee and add milk for that sort of price
#2
how much ? for an urn i could make me own for less im sure id have to sell quite a few coffes to make me money back
#3
jamespir
how much ? for an urn i could make me own for less im sure id have to sell quite a few coffes to make me money back


thats why I sead for the caterer if you have a large throug put of tea and coffee this will soon pay for its self. the 3lt is £365.68 so this is a bargain
#4
you have to be making alot of tea to be lazy enough to pay this price diff

you can pickup a 16l urn for around £60
#5
Shonk
you have to be making alot of tea to be lazy enough to pay this price diff

you can pickup a 16l urn for around £60



thats fine if you wanted stuck on your work top
#6
martin17
thats fine if you wanted stuck on your work top


true enough

but its one huge premium for a wallmount and autofill

i suppose due to lack of other company's making wallmount ones
#7
Shonk
true enough

but its one huge premium for a wallmount and autofill

i suppose due to lack of other company's making wallmount ones


I have just bought one for my busienes and as its a replacement for the one I have I know the addvantages of this unit
I agree it is more expensive then an (16l urn for around £60 )
but these units, ones thay reach temp use verry little power to keep the watter at boiling point
and it is readdy for when the you need a large volume of hot water
the avarage cost of a cup off tea and coffee is 10p to 20p with a sail price over £1.00 you do the maths
#8
martin17
I have just bought one for my busienes and as its a replacement for the one I have I know the addvantages of this unit
I agree it is more expensive then an (16l urn for around £60 )
but these units, ones thay reach temp use verry little power to keep the watter at boiling point
and it is readdy for when the you need a large volume of hot water
the avarage cost of a cup off tea and coffee is 10p to 20p with a sail price over £1.00 you do the maths


How does it use any less power to keep the water at boiling point than any other similar device?
#9
martin17
I have just bought one for my busienes and as its a replacement for the one I have I know the addvantages of this unit
I agree it is more expensive then an (16l urn for around £60 )
but these units, ones thay reach temp use verry little power to keep the watter at boiling point
and it is readdy for when the you need a large volume of hot water
the avarage cost of a cup off tea and coffee is 10p to 20p with a sail price over £1.00 you do the maths


I guess they 'sail' away at that sale price!!! :whistling:
#10
pghstochaj
How does it use any less power to keep the water at boiling point than any other similar device?

well insulated probably?
#11
brilly
well insulated probably?


If it is any more insulated than any other product out there, you would have thought they would have mentioned it.
#12
ourdevonfamily
I guess they 'sail' away at that sale price!!! :whistling:


If you really started picking apart the spelling in that post we would be here all day.

Anyway it looks like a rip off for already mentioned reasons. Cold.

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