The NEO engine uses an instant heating system with a unique insulation mechanism, that reduces not only the heat dispersion but also energy consumption. It works almost instantly, allowing only the necessary amount of water for the extraction to be heated, thus reducing energy-related costs.
Productivity and performance remain high, but consumption is considerably reduced. The LCA* (Life Cycle Assessment) demonstrated how the Eagle One had a 23% less environmental impact concerning the same category machine.
TERS (Temperature Energy Recovery System) uses the discharged water to pre-heat the incoming water. The result is a 8% saving on total machine consumption.
For the shape of the Eagle One, Victoria Arduino was inspired not only by its impressive history, but also concentrating on the needs of the new era coffee shops that require compact, efficient, and sustainable machines.
That's how design and innovation fuse: having a substantial impact inside the machine in correspondence with its new form. The result is an extremely compact object, simple to use, minimal design, with a new engine able to guarantee high performance and energy efficiency.
Eagle One is the reflection of teamwork, a project made by Coffe and Design professionals such as James Hoffman and the Arch. Carlo Viglino, together with the Simonelli Group R&D team.