Har din Jura espressomaskine stået stille?

Did your Jura espresso machine stand still?

Several companies have been closed in whole or in partThankfully, many are so small in the process of remaking a working day at the workplace again, and that is nice.

Our goal is always to give our customers the best coffee experience. With COVID-19 there's a lot of people. Jura espresso askins It's been standing and standing still and has been doing it for a while. It is therefore important that the water filter be washed through or changed before you take your Jura machine in use again.

If your Jura espresso machine has been standing still for a period (approximately 1 week or more), so we recommend that the filter be changed with a new or rinsed through if possible.

The following is ensured by changing / clouded filter :

  • avoid bacterial growth and achieve optimal hygiene. 
  • any poor taste in flavourings which may have been taped by the filter have been unused for a period of time.
  • the filter appears optimally and as intended.

That way, you get the best coffee experience!

Is the water-filtration watered down?

If you have a Yura machinery with water tank which has been standing still for more than one week or more, we recommend that the change of the system be changed ; waterfilled in the water tank with a new one.

Do you have direct water support?

BWT Filter Head

Do you have a Jura espresso machine? direct water support, which has remained silent for more than four weeks, we recommend replacing your BWT water filter or Jura water filter to avoid bacterial growth. If you're talking about a period of less than four weeks, you'll be content to rinse the BWT filter.

That's how the BWT will be washed! Follow the instructions below to rinse the filter. Be aware that the process depends on whether or not you have an older (blue) filter head or a newer filter head (white).

Guide to the new (white) BWT Filter Head

  1. Take a bucket of large enough for five or five gallons of water and a bucket of water under the flushvalve.
  2. Open to flushvalve one and flush the filter through this.

Filter head flushed by turning the flushvalve that is embedded in the head. The arrow in the picture shows the flushvalve valve to turn.

 

 

 

 

Legacy Guide (Blue) BWT Filter Head

  1. Take a bucket of large enough for five or five gallons of water and a bucket of water under the flushvalve.
  2. Open to flushvalve one and flush the filter through this.

The blue filter head is flushed by pressing the flushvalve that is mounted on the side of the side. The arrow indicates the location of the flushvalve that is to be pressed.