Not just a one-trick pony: This Saeco Panarello Assembly for Gaggia Espresso machines also fits the Saeco Aroma and Via Venezia, Saeco Royal Professional, Saeco Royal Coffee Bar, Saeco Vienna and Vienna Deluxe, Saeco Spidem Villa and Saeco Magic machine models. This is slightly shorter than the Saeco Vienna panarello assembly.
Wand has grooved design and is 3.25 inches in length
I have this panarello on my Via Venezia. I would like to introduce less air into my froth (to produce a tighter foam). I am thinking of removing a small amount of plastic using a fine file or emery board from the top end of the tip. Will this work?
Best Answer:I ditched this item and went back to the original panarello that came with my old Seaco Aroma machine, which has a different appearance (sharply tapered tip) but roughly equal performance. After a few experiments, I settled on a wrapping of Kapton tape located immediately above the bulge on the inner nozzle component. The wrapping is built up enough to make a snug fit inside the outer barrel and completely seal off the hollow space above. Kapton handles the heat without degrading, but the adhesive on it seems to degrade after a while. So I simply quit taking it apart for cleaning, and this solution has been working nicely for more than a year. With practice, I get microfoam consistently.
No, this would not give you better micro foam, as the small piece at the end of the panarello is actually what creates that froth for you. If you're interested in better micro foam, I'd suggest going with the Saeco Panarello Assembly- Stainless Steel.
U can regulate the pressure with the dial on the machine. Usually foam texture can be controlled by how deep u put the end in the milk. Half inch should be a tight foam. B sure to blow out water in the tube before putting end in milk.
Best Answer:If you want to froth manually with on the Intelia Class, then, yes, you could use the same panarello that the Fcous uses. It is not this product, the Saeco Panarello Assembly- Black, it is the Seattle Coffee Gear Panarello Replacement Kit for Saeco Syntia & Poemia. The item you should purchase for the Intelia can be found at the link below:
I'm having trouble cleaning it, any good ideas? I have milk fats that build up in the small grooves...
A shopper on Mar 5, 2014
Best Answer:The product Rinza does a fantastic job cleaning milk build up from panarellos. Simply dilute a small amount of it in hot water and soak any pieces in the mixture. Afterwards clean with hot water and you should be good!
Best Answer:The Saeco Panarello Assembly- Stainless Steel has a tiny pinhole opening, which limits the amount of air that's incorporated into your milk for finer microfoam. The metal also hots heat better than the plastic piece for your frothing. However in my opinion, the plastic does not make it impossible to get great froth, but generally this is accomplished by swirling and tapping your frothing pitcher onto the counter after you froth to incorporate those larger bubbles. Hope this helps!
saeco-panarello-assemblyReview by Juanita Cunningham
I am very pleased with your service. Product is great, but have to admit that the little black ring can get lost easily. I just make sure I have the drained closed on the sink when washing it. My original one had spilt & broke into pieces. Thanks again for the great service. (Posted on 10/25/2013)
Panarello for frothingReview by typegirl
I have had my Saeco for 6 years now... and lost the rubber part of the inner assembly... Could not get it to work. So I thought I will check online and found you guys! The price was reasonable and I received it in a couple of day...
My espresso machine works great again!!!
Thank you for your great service (Posted on 4/14/2013)
gets lost way to easyReview by Mags
I only have cleaned the frother 5 times always trying to be careful. The parts are black and in spite of my efforts one little black ring disappeared. It should be designed differently if it needs to be cleaned as often as it does. I am sure I will lose one of those rings again! (Posted on 3/25/2013)
Great ProductReview by LatteLover
I have a Saeco espresso machine and the first plastic panarello had one two many trips into the disposal and then rendered useless so I figured I would order the stainless steel panarello. Well I ordered that and that thing did not work very well. It NEVER worked right for me. Did not foam the milk and made crazy noises when I was steaming. Back to the plastic one and since receiving it have gone back to a highly effective great product. The metal one just did not WORK right! (Posted on 7/6/2012)
Nozzle for frothingReview by Judy Pike
I like my Sacco coffee maker and the nozzle got chewed in the garbage disposal so I needed a nw one and it works great!
Easy To Use, Easy To Clean
(Posted on 8/18/2011)
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