New design capsule coffee machine Coffee pod coffee for home use
The first machine for making espresso was built and patented by Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy, who demonstrated a working example at the Turin General
Exposition of 1884. He was granted patent no. 33/256 dated 16 May
1884 (according to the “Bollettino delle privative industriali del
Regno d’Italia”, 2nd Series, Volume 15, Year 1884, pages 635 –
655). A certificate of industrial title was awarded to Mr. Moriondo
Angelo, of Turin, for an invention called “New steam machinery for
the economic and instantaneous confection of coffee beverage,
method ‘A. Moriondo’, Plate CXL".
In 1901 Luigi Bezzera of Milan patented improvements to the
machine. Bezzera was not an engineer, but a mechanic. He patented a
number of improvements to the existing machine, the first of which
was applied for on the 19th of December 1901. It was titled
“Innovations in the machinery to prepare and immediately serve
coffee beverage” (Patent No. 153/94, 61707, granted on the 5th of
June 1902). In 1905 the patent was bought by Desiderio Pavoni who
founded the “La Pavoni” company and began to produce the machine
commercially (one a day) in a small workshop in Via Parini in Milan.
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SEAVER is a professional manufacturer ,specializes in designing and
producing coffee machine for capsule and pod.
SEAVER provides with the perfect brewing system and complete coffee
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1) Contact us to get our E-catalogue with latest designs,
2) Select the design in our catalogue then give us the Model No.
and quantity per design,
3) We will quote you the best price according to your list,
4) After you agree on our price,we will issue the proforma invoice
5) You can make the payment and we will prepare the goods to you.
6) After we ship them out,we will give you the tracking number.
An espresso machine brews coffee by forcing pressurized water near boiling point
through a "puck" of ground coffee and a filter in order to produce
a thick, concentrated coffee called espresso. The first machine for making espresso was built and patented in
1884 by Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy. An improved design was patented in APR. 28, 1903 by Luigi
Bezzera. Patent no: US726793 A, which was bought by the founder of
the "La Pavoni" company which from 1905 produced espresso machines
commercially on a small scale in Milan. Multiple machine designs have been created to produce espresso.
Several machines share some common elements, such as a grouphead
and a portafilter. An espresso machine may also have a steam wand
which is used to steam and froth liquids, to include milk, for coffee drinks such as cappuccino andcaffe latte.