Coffee Equipment Accessories
Coffee can be brewing into a variety of vessels including standard glass pots, thermal decanters, high volume stainless steel "Newtaps" and thermal airpots.
Airpots are designed keep coffee hot and fresh over a long period of several hours time. Similar to a thermos, airpots are glass lined insulated vessels with a pump to deliver the coffee in a simple press of the button. With special brewing equipment, coffee can be brewing directly into the airpot.
"Vaculator" thermal carafes are stainless steel vessels designed to replace standard glass decanters. They are a stainless steel lined insulated decanter with the ability to keep coffee hot for several hours with no external heat. Thermal carafes have the same capacity as a standard (64oz) glass decanter and can be brewed into directly using any standard commercial coffee brewer..
* When using on standard coffee brewers, the warmer plates must be disabled.
Hot plates are available as an external heat source for standard glass pots. Hot plates are a great way to keep coffee hot in meeting rooms or other locations where a coffee maker is not practical or to expand the capacity of an existing coffee brewer. Available in single or double warmer configurations.
Newtaps can be used in place of a standard glass decanter to increase the volume of coffee available. The stainless steel Newtap can hold the equivalent of 2 standard coffee decanters, fits on the warmer plate of most coffee makers, can be brewed into directly. Includes a dispensing spout and sight gauge.
* Requires the coffee maker to be raised up 3 inches on legs.
Gravity dispensers offer features similar to an airpot, they are insulated thermal vessels that keep your coffee hot and fresh for a long period of time with no external heat required. Gravity dispensers also have a gauge that shows the amount of coffee in the vessel. Coffee is dispensed by placing a cup on the bottom tray and pressing the button to dispense.
* Special brewing equipment is required to use this vessel.
Watch our brief video introduction (2:17)