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VENUS CENTURY

In 2005, on its centenary, Victoria Arduino presented a collector’s item, the ‘Venus Century’, a vertical espresso machine in minimalist style and with just 100 numbered pieces. Number ‘000’ was donated to Pope Benedict XVI, who had declared his passion for espresso.

SERIE VENUS

At the end of the sixties vertical coffee machines resumed production, known and appreciated for their charm the ‘Venus’ and ‘Venus Family’ are still in production today.

SERIE SUPERGA

In 1961 came the “Superga Series” machines with both lever and automatic machines

THE AUTOMATIC MACHINE MODEL

In 1958 Victoria Arduino offered three new models of coffee machine: the “Olympia Series” lever machine with 2 brewing groups, as well as the “Record” and the “Eagle” automatic models.

MARZIANA MODEL

In 1955 Victoria Arduino launched a new automatic continuous delivery espresso machine “with patented heat exchanger” which evolved into the Marziana model.

THE AUTOMATIC MACHINE MODEL

In the Fifties, Victoria Arduino built his first vending machine for espresso using tokens, the kind that we now see everywhere.

THE CARREL BAR

From 1951 there was the “Carrel bar” a portable cart, with a coffee machine boiler for walking baristas. In a short time this became part of the landscape at the most important fairs.

WAT SERIES

In 1946 Victoria Arduino collaborated with Luigi Caccia Dominoni who took charge of design. The “WAT series” coffee machine went from the “Unovat” model with one group, to the “Supervat” and “Watt” with four groups.

900 AVALVE SERIES

The “900 AVALVE Model” coffee machine of 1933, had patents for the new faucet and the nickel groups, getting all the benefits of being steam and watertight, with minimal maintenance.

“TIPO SPECIALE” MODELS

The “Special Type” espresso coffee machines were gigantic, 1560 mm high and 1070 mm wide, with an 80 litre boiler.

“TIPO CIOCCOLATO” MACHINE

The “Chocolate Type” model of coffee machine had continuous distribution and with an electrical system inside.

“TIPO MIGNON” MACHINE

The “Mignon Type” machine had a size and functions designed for a family. The coffee machine did not have a boiler. With electrical heating it was able to produce one or two cups per minute

THE MACHINE WITH PUMP PATENTED IN 1927

In 1927 La Victoria Arduino got certification for a “system to get the espresso using water at a temperature below boiling point and with two groups.”

“THE MURAL MACHINE”

In 1922 Arduino patented “The mural coffee machine” bolted to the wall of the room and fed with water coming directly from the mains, using a hand lever.

“TIPO EXTRA” COFFEE MACHINE

The Tipo Extra coffee machine of 1922 was produced in various versions from the smallest, with a 6 litre boiler, to a 4 group machine with a 50 litre boiler capable of producing 800 coffees per hour.

“TIPO FAMIGLIA”. THE FIRST HOME MACHINE

The “family type” model of 1920, in chrome and using electricity, prepared up to six coffees. The coffee machine was 30 cm high and when the steam reached optimal pressure, the water was released.

“DUAL TAP SYSTEM” PATENT

In 1910, the “dual-tap system” was patented (Registration No 108873. 325/159) and applied to a new coffee machine that had a filter holder with a handle and a container with a filter.

LA VICTORIA. THE FIRST MACHINES

In the early 20th century Pier Teresio Arduino used his skills to build this coffee machine. With these features the espresso machine, “La Victoria” was born.