In 1950's MAZZER LUIGI S.R.L. was established as a precision machine workshop and became the topmost manufacturer of commercial coffee grinders and grinder-dosers in few years.
Today, Mazzer grinders and grinder-dosers are distributed in over 70 countries and have obtained the prestigious marks VDE (European market) and ETL (U.S. and Canadian market) significant for the safety of the grinders and for the alimentary compatibility of the materials.
The Major V Electronic by Mazzer - with a new sharper design and innovative features, the top of the Mazzer flat-burr model line - is the latest upgrade to the very popular Mazzer Major - is a heavy-duty espresso grinder that is capable of producing large volumes of coffee on demand.
Inside and out, the Major V features many performance and styling upgrades, precision machined components and high-tech electronics with easy-to-operate controls and functions.
Major V is designed to be barista-oriented and it is suitable for busy cafes. Its grinding chamber is easy to clean with no loss of grind settings, on-demand grinding can be activated with the portafilter, settings can be indexed with the user-friendly Memory Track ring.
The innovative Grind Flow Control System (GFC) reduces the electrostatic charge and keeps grounds from getting on the counter while getting uniform coffee grounds in your portafilter. GFC consists of a removable aluminum outlet insert equipped with a through-flow wire damper.
The multi-adjustable portafilter holder allows the barista to consistently center the flow of grinds in the basket. The retention is low, to save coffee and time. The double fan cooling system preserves coffee from exposure to heat.
Major V features a 19 languages high-tech electronic control panel. The new built‐in memory board can keep track of coffee statistics, tracks maintenance needs (as worn burrs) and it is cloud compatible upon request. Single, double or triple dose, as well as pause function in between grinding, can be programmed.
Please Note: Most Mazzer grinders are tested before they leave the factory, so its normal to find coffee grounds in them.