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Compak PK 100 Lab Grinder
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PK 100 LAB
The PK100 is a multipurpose grinder, specially designed for all types of brewing. The single dose cupping system and the extremely low coffee retention allow for the full spectrum of grind size and brewing methods with a single grinder.
The optional hopper can be added for grinding larger amounts of coffee from a time base or pre weight.
HIGH EXTRACTION YIELD BURRS
Special high-strength steel k100, up to 9,000 kg. burr life
Ideal for specialty coffee
Better particle distribution
Less accumulation of ground coffee waste
LOW RPM COOL GRINDING
Working speed: 900 RPM
Double ventilation system
Universal fork for portafilter and dosing cup
Possibility of placing a coffee bag
Lever knocker for reduced coffee retention
Convenient push button for grind activation
STATIC REDUCING CLUMP CRUSHER
PK grinders reduce static and eliminate clumping
MICROMETRIC REGULATION SYSTEM
The spring loaded hoister can accommodate both a portafilter as well as different size cups for various applications
GRIND BY DOSE
Single dose cup - 55 +/- 5g capacity
FAST AND EASY
Release the hopper from the body
Dismantle the upper body by removing the 2 rear screws
Remove the fixing screws from the upper tool-holder to the grinding cup using a 4 allen key
DIRECT FROM COMPAK
"The PK100 was designed to take breakthrough coffee extraction capabilities and combine that with a grinder that is specifically to be used with coffee (not seeds or spices)
So we did the following...
Created a burr geometry that delivers high extraction yield brewing
Slowed down the rotations to 900 RPM for exceptional consistency and dosing accuracy.
Created a true uni-grinder platform that excels at usage for both espresso and filter brewing.
Eliminated the flaws of the competitor such as burr parallel issues, sheer pin failure, switch failure, etc.