www.francescoceccarelli.euArin  by Francesco

 

 

Lever Machines AL.VE. Amcor Aplimont Arin Arrarex Boni Bruni Campeona CELP Chic Co-Fer Comocafe Diana DP Ducale Elektra EMI FABAR FAEMA FE-AR errebi Euro Lucres Gaggia Gaggia espanola Giubel Italianstyle Jata la Cara La Cimbali La Pavoni La San Marco La Santcarlo MAEST MARCFI Micron Express Mignon Nacional Nea Lux Neowatt Olympia Pedretti Radaelli Raymond ROK (Presso) SAMA SOMAC Torino VE.MA.CC. Wunder Zacconi Zerowatt

DIY

 

 

 

 Home My coffee makers My coffee grinders My tampers News Reviews Links Statistics DIY/Spareparts On sale Competitors Contacts

 

 

 

 

The Arin was produced in the 60s and 70s by Talleres Irimill of Barcellona.

The machine was launched at II Salon de la Electrificacion in Madrid as wrote on a newspaper article of  May 14, 1965. Made of stainless steel, was advertised as being able to do 60-80 coffee in one hour and with a yield of  20 shots for 100 grams of coffee. It cost about 5600 pesos in 1973, as you can see on an advertisement of the time.

It is the smallest of the lever machines, it seems like a toy, but its inventor has developed a brilliant idea: to create a group that contains not only the piston with the spring, but has functions as a boiler and hosts the heating element, all bolted with 4 bolts to the body of the machine that has the sole purpose of supporting the group.

It is not particularly rare and you can still find well-preserved specimen at reasonable price.

 

    Description    
  Arin

(v. 1.0)

450 W - 220 volt

sn 6381

  Arin

(v. 1.1)

450 W - 125 volt

sn 17783

  Arin

(v. 1.1)

450 W -220 volt

sn 54881

  Arin

(v. 2.0)

last model 500 W with group hidden in the body, switch and thermostat

(sn A0824850)

(contributed by Koen van Leeuwen)

 

(many thanks to Alberto Hurtado Romero for the informations given)

 

 

© 2011-2015 Francesco Ceccarelli. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in any form without permission is prohibited