www.francescoceccarelli.euA. Bruni & C. by Francesco

 

 

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The Bruni & Co. of Milan has produced two models of lever machine for domestic use, the  "Brunella" and the "Petronilla" (version Piccolobar and Microbar)

The Brunella is aesthetically very attractive and has an expression reminiscent of the monolithic statues of Easter Island.

As other similar machines produced in the 60s, such as Zerowatt o La Peppina, the Brunella has a boiler not pressurized, with an heating element to heat water. Pushing the lever down, it compresses a spring and the piston lifts up, allowing the entry of water boiling in the group.

Releasing the lever, the spring pushes the piston down and with it the water, that comes out through the shower plate and the holder filter.

There are 4 versions with little difference between them.

    Description    
1961 Brunella first version model  with hole for filling water
1962 Brunella second version model without themostat
  Brunella third version model with thermostat and pilot light
1974 Brunella last version model with thermostat and pilot light on the side
  Piccolobar Petronilla  

LINKS

how use the machine

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTTafjxf0gE

     
 

 

 

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