Email: info@gallacoffee.co.uk Tel: 01507 607540

Backflush Disc

Click on image to enlarge

Rubber Backflush Disc

No Reviews | Write a review
£0.50
In Stock - dispatched within 1 working day

For use in cleaning any espresso machine fitted with a solenoid valve. The disc allows you to wash out any coffee residue from around the grouphead by performing a process known as 'backflushing'.

Rather then going to the expense of buying a special blank basket, this rubber backflush disc simply sits inside your existing single or double filter basket.

  • Made from rubber
  • Diameter 49mm - fits inside most single and double baskets

Delivery

UK Standard delivery - delivered within 2-4 working days from the order being placed.

UK Express delivery - delivered within 1-3 working days from the order being placed.

Orders over £35 qualify for Free Standard delivery. Orders over £70 qualify for Free Express delivery.

On orders that do not qualify for free delivery, the delivery charge is calculated based on the total weight of your shopping basket. Click here for more details.

Estimated Delivery Charge

Estimate based on ordering one of this product and no other items.
Standard: £0.85
Express: £1.00

Note: If you order multiple products the shipping charge maybe different. Actual shipping charge is calculated on checkout.

Sorry we do not currently ship outside the UK

Returns

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the items to us in their original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt and we will issue a full refund. Click here for more details.

No reviews yet. Be the first to write a review.

When and How to Backflush an Espresso Machine

Backflushing should be performed after every use i.e. when you've finished using your espresso machine for that day - not after making each and every espresso.

Simply place the rubber disc inside either a single or double filter basket and attach the portafilter to your machine. Turn on the pump for 10 seconds. Now remove the portafilter and inspect the water remaining in the basket. On the first backflush you'll notice that the water is a little muddied with grounds floating in it. Dispose of this water and rinse the basket and disc under the tap before repeating the process. Continue backflushing until the water in the basket comes out clear.

Related Products