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Pullman Espresso Accessory的每一个小配件都是为了提高性能、耐久性和审美情趣。从依照人体工学设计的压粉锤手柄和过滤器手柄、底座的尺寸和角度,到TrueTamp底部的三圈环形圆槽设计,再到放置压粉锤的仪器的设计目的和能定制您自己机器的能力。让您一旦使用过pullman的完美配件,您就不会去回购别家的产品了。

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Innovation and growth in this industry is what excites us! The ongoing discoveries and developments in equipment, barista technique, coffee farming, roasting, brewing and testing is what drives us to find new and exciting ways to equip the barista with tools to match their ever-expanding skill set!

The Chisel Re-Distribution tool has been tested on bar world-wide and is pulling some great results. So, we have now extended our tool kit beyond the standard commercial 58mm Group Head machines. 

SPECIFICATIONS:

•  Step-less depth adjustment
•  Light-weight (431.5g)
•  Starts at 6% surface area compression
•  A “chisel” shape is utilised with a steep angle of the face ensures density of coffee is not localised
•  A low-friction contact surface for the spinning action - stainless on stainless – reducing chance of repetitive strain injury
•  Hand finished base resulting in less static build-up
•  316 grade stainless steel

Check out how it works here

 

 

 TECHNICAL 101

Any tool that pushes coffee in a downward motion is tamping.

To help increase the goal and chances of even puck density, there needs to be a happy compromise of enough equal downward motion (tamping) and horizontal movement (re-distribution) leaving still enough movement of compression when tamping. Here’s what will happen if you do-not set the Chisel correctly:

NOT ENOUGH DOWNWARD AND HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT (CHISEL BASE DEPTH SET TOO SHALLOW) 

Increased air pockets due to coffee being separated by ‘pulling’ grinds during movement

Channelling not only through uneven sides, but also chance of channelling through the centre of the coffee puck due to uneven density formed by these airpockets (even after tamping)

TOO MUCH DOWNWARD AND HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT (CHISEL BASE SET TOO DEEP)

After using, the tool will create too much downward motion and not enough sideways/horizontal movement resulting in uneven coffee puck density

Performing tamp action after this step will unseat or potentially crack the coffee puck leading to increased chances of channelling but also uneven water path/flow during extraction

LEARNING TO SET THE DEPTH OF THE CHISEL BASE TO USE THIS TOOL TO ITS BEST CAPABILITIES IS BY FAR THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THIS TOOL.

The ‘happy’ place, meaning the correct depth setting, is a mixture of just enough downward/sideways re-distribution but also allowing some compression movement during the tamping stage.

Again, after performing the re-distribution with the Chisel, if when tamping there is not much compression or downward movement, the Chisel is set too deep and conversely, if there is too much compression or downward movement when tamping, the Chisel is not set deep enough.

WE HAVE FOUND THAT THERE IS A ‘HAPPY’ PLACE WITH MOST DOSES (IRRESPECTIVE OF ITS ROAST LEVEL, THOUGH THIS MUST BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT WITH SWITCHING BETWEEN ROASTS) TO BE AROUND A 2MM OF TAMPING COMPRESSION OR DOWNWARD MOVEMENT.

This helps achieve a better chance of even distribution using the Chisel, but still allows the tamping action to properly perform the task that its meant to - compressing the air pockets out of an evenly distributed coffee bed.

 IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER!

The biggest thing that many users discount is the way in which the coffee is being delivered into the basket. (Initial distribution)

If your grinder is delivering the grind into one corner of the basket, the density in that area will increase and adversely the density in the other areas of the basket will decrease.

Attention must be paid to the way the coffee falls into the basket and must be cared for and coaxed into an even delivery where possible, no matter if a re-distribution tool is being used or not.

OPTIONS:

Now available in 3 sizes for different espresso machines.
The Chisel Re-Distribution tool has been tested on bar world-wide and is pulling some great results. So, we have now extended our tool kit beyond the standard commercial 58mm Group Head machines. 

Here are some of the popular brands our Chisel Base suits:

53.30mm 54.70mm 58.40mm
Breville DallaCorte Synesso
Sunbeam Domas Slayer
Faema Izzo Lever La Marzocco
La Pavoni  Breville Sunbeam
Delonghi   Astoria
Estro   Bezzera
Olympia   ECM
Saeco   Expobar
La Vivaldi Spaziale   Faema
    Gaggia
    Rancilio Silvia
    Gaggia

 Your machine not listed here? Check your size by emailing us 

 OTHER:
  • The Palm Handle with the BigStep base makes a “hockey puck” style tamper
  • Custom engraving available – email us
  • Available in a range of colours, and also NOW our timber range! See photos!