The best base model automatic in Rancilio's lineup, the Classe 9 USB offers a full suite of barista-centric features in an attractive, stainless-clad package. The Classe 9 USB's big call outs from its Classe bretheren? Boiler insulation, a cold water mixing valve for temp controlled tea, stainless steel side panels, barista lights and chromed out group covers. You'll also get Rancilio's commercial heat exchanger design, a fully automatic control cluster (complete with backflush programming), and a screen that gives easy access to shot counts and other metrics.
- Automatic Control Cluster - Volumetric programming improves workflow and helps to eliminate a variable when dialing in.
- Insulated Boiler - A wrapped boiler offers better heat consistency and power management.
- Hot Water Mixing Valve - Program both temperature and volume for Tea or Americanos.
- C-Lever - Transverse-mounted, featherable control over steam saves wrists for all-day shifts.
- Easy Brewing - The combo of automation and easy technical servicing positions this machine in the sweet spot for most coffee shops.
- Barista Beauty - Your barista team will love the Classe 9 just as much with its ergonomic control setup and volumetric dosing.
- Covered In Chrome - The stainless steel sides and polished chrome group covers give the Classe 9 USB a cleaner, higher-end look than others in the USB line.
- Big Face - The Classe 9 moves away from the 5 and 7's slimmer button stance to a bigger more plastic style that some may not like.
What it Covers: Rancilio commercial espresso machines and grinders
Length: 1 year parts and labor
Warranty Point of Contact: Seattle Coffee Gear
Contact Information: 866-372-4734 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can SCG Repair? No
Care and Maintenance
- Run backflush program daily.
- Wipe down your steam wands with a milk cleaner daily.
- Wipe down case and drip tray with a damp rag regularly.
2 Group: 30 inches | 3 Group: 40 inches | 4 Group: 49 inches
2 Group: 11 L | 3 Group: 16 L | 4 Group: 22 L
Product Weight (lbs.)
Founded by Roberto Rancilio in 1927, Rancilio has long been an authority in the espresso world. The brewers and grinders built by this brand present a great starting point for a home espresso set up. Their home machines are easy to get started on, but with some practice and care you’ll be producing café quality beverages from the comfort of your kitchen.