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Normcore 58.5mm Puck Screen/Espresso Portafilter Lower Shower Sc

$13

Normcore 58.5mm Puck Screen/Espresso Portafilter Lower Shower Sc

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Product description

Size:58.5mm

The Normcore Puck Screen is a new and exciting tool that we've been using recently. This will help to prevent channeling and ensure a more even and balanced extraction with your machine.

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"p""strong"THE SPECIFICS

"p"Diameter: 58.5mm

"p"1.7mm thick 316 stainless steel with 150 microns filtration holes

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"p""strong"THE FEATURES

"p"Perfect Addition to Espresso Brewing – Improve water distribution and eliminate channeling.

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"p"Keeps Brew Head Clean – Protects the brew head from grounds being sucked up when Lever is lifted.

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"p"Easy Rinse to Clean – Easily flushed out under the tap to remove any grounds from within.

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"p"Note: Given the thermal mass of the screen, it is recommended that it is placed in the portafilter and locked in just before turning on the preheat controller.

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"p""strong"THE INCLUDES :

"p"1 - Normcore 58.5mm Puck Screen

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