- Bunn FPG-2-DBC French Press Portion Control Coffee GrinderBunn 36400.0137
Digital touch pad operated Learn More£1,666.82 £1,389.02
The true key to consistent coffee
A commercial coffee grinder is one of the most integral parts of any coffee making operation. A quality coffee machine requires a good supporting accessory. Coffee beans need to be ground well to achieve an exceptional cup of coffee.
Having access to a quality coffee grinder is the difference between average coffee and great coffee.
Don't settle for mediocre. Our range of commercial coffee grinders cope with high volume usage, without detriment to the quality, consistency and taste of your beans.
Every single one of the coffee grinders in our range is verified as fit for the commercial working environment. Featuring exceptional reliability, variable grind, eye-catching aesthetics and supreme functionality. Not to mention the presence of modern technologies and long-lasting, precise burrs. These commercial coffee grinders are more than fit for any coffee house.
After all, consistency is king when it comes to grinding coffee.
Perfect for all levels of the catering, cafe and coffee industry. A coffee grinder goes hand in hand with both the barista and the espresso machine; its importance cannot be overstated.
With an array of grinders which are available to order, we can also provide suitable accessories like spare hoppers to increase storage. This is something needed for those working in high volume locations.
Importance of the grind
There is no avoiding it; a quality grinder is a necessity for those who are operating within a commercial environment. A top quality grinding unit will be one of the building blocks of any successful coffee shop or cafe.
Each variety of bean has distinct and different characteristics. Therefore being able to fine-tune your grinder to accommodate for this has become an integral part of the brewing process. Too coarse and the espresso will be too weak, too fine and coffee could be burnt.
There's no avoiding it, if you have a machine, you'll need a solid performing coffee grinder to match.
It is important to remember that an excellent espresso machine will only make poor coffee if used with a lousy coffee grinder.
Dosers vs On Demand grindersDoser grinders
This type of grinder grinds your coffee beans into a container instead of directly into the group handle.
The barista then simply turns a handle or pulls a lever to 'dose' the shot of ground coffee into the group handle before brewing.
There are a few variations on the doser option to be aware of:
- Automatic grinders – These units automatically grind coffee for quick dispensing in busy locations. They fill up the doser unit as all used coffee is used and replaced.
- Manual grinders – These grinders are controlled by the barista. They turn on the grinder when filling the doser, it's important to note that the doser on these machines will not empty during busy periods.
- Timed grinders – Utilising timing settings, these grinders can be set to grind your beans for a set period of time throughout the day. They will do this even at many intervals, to help decrease wastage.
A doser grinder offers a few key advantages, streamlining the espresso making process by having ground fresh coffee ready.
During very busy periods, this can make a huge difference n the time it takes to prepare and serve customers.
Dosage style coffee grinders are prone to seeing coffee lose freshness if left for long periods without serving.On Demand grinders
Designed to grind and dispense when required, an On Demand grinder, places the ground coffee directly into the portafilter.
Dosing straight into the portafilter means that the coffee has no time to lose freshness. This results in espresso that contains more fresh flavour.
There is room for error with an on demand option, grinding in this way is prone to spillage if the group handle is incorrectly positioned.
We often recommend an on demand grinder for coffee shops looking to serve the finest coffee.
Featured Commercial Coffee GrindersBunn
One of the most recognisable names in the beverage sector, Bunn has been making high-quality equipment for decades.
Built to grind for busy locations, they are favoured by those who want both quantity and quality.Fiorenzato
The Fiorenzato name has long been associated with coffee grinders. Founded in the 1930s by Pietro Fiorenzato, the company has driven innovation forward with the introduction of their patented and revolutionary inverter system. This system industrial technologies to the commercial market.
Their signature range of commercial grinders contain touchscreen displays that relay information such as bean consumption, settings, statistics and reports.Mazzer
Established in the 1950s, this Italian company specialise in commercial coffee grinders and their products are available in over 70 countries around the world.
Mazzer grinders are renowned for producing consistent ground coffee.Victoria Arduino
Victoria Arduino have been Champions of coffee since the days of the very first coffee machine. Their rich history in all things coffee extends to the not-so-alien world of coffee grinders and grinding technology.
The brand utilises every year of its history to improve, enhance and refine their line of products.
When you choose Victoria Arduino, you're choosing over 100 years of in-depth industry experience, technical know-how and innovative thinking.
If you require further details on any of our coffee grinding products please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with further information and advice.