Coffee

January 14, 2013 - 1:35pm

In a safety alert issued January 3, the FAA warns operators to be diligent during in-flight preparation of coffee. Several airlines and individual flight attendants have reported cases of coffee-filter packages bursting and causing first and second degree burns to people standing nearby.

The apparent cause is a pressure build-up in the repacked coffee filter package while installed in the coffee pot drawer.

January 1, 2013 - 12:20am

Iacobucci HF Group has been selected to design and manufacture all seats and galley inserts for a new Boeing Business Jet to be completed by Comlux America in Indianapolis.

The Italian cabin components supplier, better known for galley products from coffee makers to ovens, is a relative newcomer to the business jet seating market. Nevertheless, said CEO Lucio Iacobucci, “We invest in research and development every year to maintain our product offering at the top end of the market.”

January 28, 2011 - 8:30am

The new espresso maker from English galley products manufacturer Aerolux takes the work out of making the perfect cup of in-flight espresso.

The espresso maker is specifically designed for use in business jets and uses the Nespresso-patented system of sealed, pre-measured coffee capsules. It can also provide hot water for tea and steam for making cappuccino.

May 6, 2009 - 12:01pm

Aircraft cabin accessory producer Enflite (Booth No. 183) is on hand at EBACE to show off its line of business aircraft products. The Texas-based company is highlighting the newest additions to its galley products line, aimed at simplifying crew tasks.

October 1, 2008 - 6:28am

The new Hi-Fly “t” series of espresso and coffee makers by Iacobucci HF Electronics S.p.A., enables brewers to connect their own external source of water rather than rely on the machine’s tank. Both the Hi-Fly “t” Americana coffee machine and the Hi-Fly “t” Espresso & Cappuccino unit are percolating here at Booth No. 737.

May 5, 2008 - 6:18am

From Italian cabin supplier Iacobucci HF Electronics comes a new galley espresso maker. At 6.3 inches wide, 12 inches high, 10.8 inches deep and 26.45 pounds, the machine is sized for the small galley. The hot water system isn’t pressurized and it includes over-temperature and low-water automatic shutdown, and non-scorching steam outlet.

 
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