Details Product Specs
Wilbur Curtis Gemini systems are designed to optimize coffee quality and flavor while reducing maintenance and service. The Satellite Servers maintain coffee temperature, preserving the rich and bold flavor for extended periods. On-Board self-diagnostics continually sense proper brewing operations and a Service Phone Number and error code are displayed in the event technical assistance is required.
Gemini Satellite Server Features
- Coffee maintains its rich, full-bodied flavor in double-wall insulated servers.
- Brew through lid keeps heat and flavor in.
- Warmers can be set on high, medium, or low to preserve peak flavor.
- Standard faucet clearance for cup or decanter service.
- Satellite safety lids protect against accidental spills.
About the Brand
Wilbur Curtis has been a top-quality brand in the batch brewer business since 1941 and is still a family-run business. Consequently, they continually offer the market innovative and advanced technologies and were the first company to introduce a satellite brewing system: an advancement that allows for remote coffee stations making brewing easier with the ability to track freshness from across the room. Their brewers are also known for some of the best extractions among the classic brew batch manufacturers and offer precise control over all aspects of brewing; time, temperature, volume, plus specialty coffee needs like pre-infusion, pulse-brewing, and water bypass. Wilbur Curtis also demonstrates environmental responsibility for their entire business operation and offers equipment that is eco-friendly. A few examples are the use of solar panels at headquarters and the support of World Coffee Research. They also take reuse to a whole new level by reusing shipping materials and save 1800 liters of water every day by reusing water that would otherwise be wasted on brewer wet-tests. In addition, Wilbur Curtis equipment offers brews with gourmet results and brewing equipment that's intelligent, intuitive, instinctive, and artistic. Start brewing with one today.