Something magical occurs when hot water meets ground coffee. Let loose your inner Harry Potter and make the magic happen with a pour over flap on top of the Bunn CW15 APS Commercial Airpot Coffee Brewer. With a steady pace of 7.5 gallons per hour there will be plenty of delicious fresh brewed coffee. It's so easy even a Muggle can do it!
Features & Functionality of the BUNN CW15 APS Commercial Airpot Coffee Maker
Consistent Brewing: Up tp 7.5 gallons per hour
Thermal Ready: Brew into 2 or 3 liter airpots for easy transport (sold separately)
Digital Timer: Make brew cycle adjustments from the front panel
Pour Over: Top flap for easy access to the grounds
Accessories: A deeper gourmet coffee funnel is sold separately
Best Answer:There is a main power switch on the back of the machine, and a power button on the front. You will only need to use the main switch on the back during initial start-up, from then on, you can just use the power button on the front.
The switch slots are convertible depending on the style that's chosen. For the CW15, the power switch will be on the left (a toggle button), whereas the brew start switch will be next to the power switch (and will spring back when initiated), and the far right switch locations will be unused since there isn't a warming plate, and this uses an airpot.
There is lots of attention on SCAA approved home coffee makers. The main feature of those is they'll brew at a specified brew temperature. I am thinking of this for office use. What temperature does this use for brewing, and can it be programmed?
Best Answer:This unit is really straight-forward; there is no temperature adjustment at all. There is an on-off switch and only one temperature: hot! Also, it stays hot for a few hours since it brews directly into the air pot.
Best Answer:Yes, this Bunn CW15 APS is basically a regular drip coffee maker, just on a larger scale. The machine will brew through the water you put in, so you can make just a 10 cup pot, but if you think you won't need full capacity, this machine may be a bit over the top. For smaller outputs, I'd suggest the Curtis Pour Over Decanter Brewer at the link below: