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WT-8 Coffee tamper



Metal Coffee Tamper Oem Personalised Stainless Steel Espresso

Our metal coffee tamper is an essential tool for preparing espresso-based beverages. The tamper is used to compress the ground coffee into a puck-like shape, which is then placed in the espresso machine’s portafilter. The process of tamping creates an even and consistent surface for the hot water to penetrate, resulting in a well-extracted shot of espresso.

There are many different types of metal coffee tampers available on the market. The most common materials used for tampers are stainless steel, aluminum, and brass. Stainless steel is a durable and long-lasting material that is resistant to rust and corrosion, making it a popular choice for coffee tampers. Aluminum tampers are lightweight and provide excellent heat conductivity, helping to keep the coffee grounds at an optimal temperature during the extraction process. Brass tampers are known for their aesthetically pleasing appearance, but they can be prone to corrosion over time if not properly cared for.

Bottom:51 High:87
 Stainless Steel+Aluminum
Sample time
5-7working days

When choosing a metal coffee tamper, it is important to consider the size and shape of the tamper’s base. The base should be the same size as the portafilter basket, typically measuring between 49 mm and 58 mm in diameter. The tamper’s shape can also play a role in the quality of the extraction. Some tampers have a flat base for even tamping, while others have a conical shape for more precision.

Tamping pressure is another important factor to consider when using a metal coffee tamper. A consistent tamping pressure of around 30 pounds is recommended for achieving optimal extraction. It is also important to tamp evenly, without applying too much pressure in one area, to avoid creating channeling or clogging in the grounds.

In conclusion, a Espresso Coffee Tamper is a crucial tool for producing high-quality espresso-based beverages. When choosing a tamper, consider the material, size and shape of the base, and tamping pressure. With the right tamper, you can achieve a well-extracted shot of espresso every time.