LaCimbali Cafe Commercial Coffee Machines

100 YEARS OF HISTORY, TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN AND ITALIAN STYLE

Coffee Culture

MUMAC Opened to the public in 2012, offers visitors the perfect opportunity to take a long walk through the history of Italian industry.
But these are also the steps of a company, Gruppo Cimbali, that has played an important role in this market.

Multi-media and multi-sensory, the evocative experience of MUMAC makes it a contemporary exhibition whilst still retaining the accuracy of a historical journey.

journey through different periods, via the six rooms displaying the machines, history, design, technology, and industrial and social development of each age.
MUMAC is the ideal place for getting to know the history and technology of espresso coffee machines, but also for understanding the coffee culture (thanks to tastings), organising cultural events, and testing out unique experiences.

History

1930

Rapida, 1930

Rapida, 1930

The production of coffee machines branded LaCimbali begins (Rapida). The technology of that time is based on a vertically positioned boiler, hence the name of column machines, mainly heated by coal or wood.

1947-1950

LaCimbali Gioiello

LaCimbali Gioiello

With the spread of electricity and the advent of the lever to produce coffee cream, also LaCimbali’s machines undergo a technological revolution. (Ala, Gioiello and Brillante).The lever is a real technological revolution because it creates the necessary pressure to extract everything that gives taste, aroma and body to a cup of coffee.

1962

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The “Compasso d’Oro” awards ceremony

In 1962, Pitagora wins the prestigious “Compasso d’Oro” for its strikingly modern design, characterized by simple, clean lines, created by the Castiglioni architects. For the first time, stainless steel, colour and silk-screen are used, all characteristics which allows it to gain unprecedented commercial success.Pitagora is still today the only coffee machine to have won the “Compasso d’Oro”. Pitagora, with its strict lines, laid the path for industrialisation, that is to say the reproducibility in series of LaCimbali products. 

1970-1979

LaCimbali M20

LaCimbali M20

In these years the company, in the collaboration with Rodolfo Bonetto, designs historic models such as M15 and M20. In the M20, controls and electrical section are placed in the base in order to make the barista’s work more ergonomic.With these models the machine working side becomes more important than the rear bodywork. With the M15, which is available in the hydraulic, lever and direct injection versions, LaCimbali introduces the novelty of the electrovalve.

1990-1999

LaCimbali M30 Dosatron

LaCimbali M30 Dosatron

This decade sees the launch of the first traditional machines equipped with an evolved microprocessor that can manage their main functions and the machine automatic switching on and off almost anticipating the current energy saving requirements. (M30, M31, M32).
From now on electronics will become one of the focal points of both the traditional and the superautomatic machines, and together with the continuous research into ergonomics of use, the flagship of the company Design and Research and Development departments.

2000

LaCimbali M3 Superbar2

LaCimbali M3 Superbar2

This decade sees the launch of the first traditional machines equipped with an evolved microprocessor that can manage their main functions and the machine automatic switching on and off almost anticipating the current energy saving requirements. (M30, M31, M32). From now on electronics will become one of the focal points of both the traditional and the superautomatic machines, and together with the continuous research into ergonomics of use, the flagship of the company Design and Research and Development departments.

2011

LaCimbali M39

LaCimbali M39

The M39 TE opens a new chapter because of its advanced electronics, which allows, for example, extensive connectivity (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) and its technological innovations among which the Turbosteam Milk4 stands out

MUMAC

MUMAC  -  Museo della Macchina per Caffè

MUMAC – Museo della Macchina per Caffè

In 2012, Gruppo Cimbali celebrated 100 years of activity by inaugurating MUMAC, the first museum entirely dedicated to the professional espresso coffee machines. It collects 200 pieces and exhibits 100 machines from the Maltoni and Gruppo Cimbali Collections in a narrative itinerary that is divided into six rooms from 1900 to the present days, making it the world’s largest exhibition of professional espresso coffee machines.

MUMAC is also MUMAC Academy, a proper school that provides education and training to satisfy the different market needs as well as tasting and sensory evaluation courses on the quality of coffee, open to companies and professionals but also to coffee lovers and enthusiasts.

Espresseur are proud to supply solid fundamental support for all their customers. It continually proves to be the back bone of the company success .”Help for new and old customers” We believe that people like dealing with people who have a passion and interests for this industry.

Either pre-sale or post you are welcome to call within trading hours for any support or just related enquiries. BNE:(07) 3106 0716    MEL:(03)8644 8096     SYD:(02)8004 9240    PER:(08)6102 3447

All machines are backed by after-sales phone/email support from Espresseur, along with a 1yr parts and labour warranty on all of there high quality products

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With contacts across Australia in the coffee industry, we aim to address any functional issues identified in a timely a manner.

Extend your warranty up to an additional 2 years.

Contact us today for a quotation on the equipment you are looking to purchase.

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Espresseur  Monday to Friday BNE:(07) 3106 0716    MEL:(03)8644 8096     SYD:(02)8004 9240    PER:(08)6102 3447