This commercial automatic coffee brewer with three lower warmers and hot water faucet does the thinking for you so you can sit back and enjoy savory coffee! If your restaurant or cafe needs high volume coffee production then Bunn-o-Matic has the coffee brewer with hot water faucet for you. This three burner coffee brewer Features: a large brewing capacity that provides back to back brewing for a variety of strengths and even flavors. This automatic coffee brewer brews an amazing 3.9 gallons of perfect coffee per hour. The all stainless steel construction is perfect for easy cleaning and looks professional in any venue. There is a backup pourover feature for added coffee brewing security. A hot water faucet is also available for making herbal teas and hot chocolates!
The 17" height allows you to use this automatic coffee brewer beneath the counter if desired. The SplashGuard funnel deflects hot liquids away from the hands and the coffee extraction is controlled with pulse brew and digital temperature control so safety and efficiency are top priority.
- Brews 3.9 gallons per hour
- 3 lower warmers
- Stainless steel
- 120 volts
- Back-up pourover feature/li>
- 17" high
- Hot water faucet
Automatic Coffee Brewer, 3 lower warmers, s/s construction, hot water faucet and back-up pourover feature, plastic funnel, brews 3.8 gal per hour, 120V, 13.9amps, 1670W, cord attached, UL & NSF. Decanters not included.
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
Bunn 12950.0298 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Also Known As||12950.0298, 12950-0298, 129500298, CWTF-15-3, BUNCWTF-15-3, 23412950, 234CWTF-15-3|
|Brewing Capacity (Gal/Hr)||3.9|
|Category||Commercial Coffee Makers|
|Specialty Options||Lower Warmer Brewer|
Bunn 12950.0298 Customer Reviews
"Product brochure, pictures, etc. all show this item with the warmers on the right hand side. When we received it, it was set up with warmers on the left hand side. It didn't effect the performance at all but certainly changed how our employees approached their morning coffee."