by Bunn |
Item # 201824
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Model # 12950 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Connects directly to water supply
  • BUNN coffee maker compatible with 8.5" thermal carafe
  • Brews 3.8 gallons of coffee per hour
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Description

Never make your customers wait for a cup of coffee again with a thermal coffee maker. The BUNN® CWTF15 TC Automatic Thermal Coffee Maker carries BUNN’s signature high-quality construction for a coffee maker you can trust. The slim design saves valuable counter space without sacrificing the amount of coffee it can brew. Like many commercial coffee makers, the CWTF15 BUNN coffee machine can brew up to 3.8 gallons of coffee per hour. Simply add your preferred ground coffee and you’ll be able to fill up a carafe with an exquisite brew. Easy to maintain and use, the BUNN CWTF15 TC Automatic Thermal Coffee Maker is essential for cafes and office environments.

Making Your Business More Efficient

With the capacity to brew 3.8 gallons of coffee per hour, just one BUNN thermal coffee machine will ensure you always have coffee on hand for your customers. The machine is easy to use and hooks directly up to a water supply so all you have to do is add the coffee for each brew. There aren’t unnecessary options or buttons to learn, so you can plug it in and get to brewing.

What Kind of Carafe Does the Thermal Coffee Machine Support?

The BUNN coffee maker works with thermal carafes up to 8.5” tall (sold separately).

What’s the Benefit of a Thermal Carafe?

Unlike a glass carafe, thermal carafes are designed to keep its contents hot. When you brew coffee and store it in a thermal carafe, your customers will still be able to enjoy a hot cup of coffee, even hours later. Within a thermal carafe, the bold flavor of the coffee permeates to create a strong flavor with each pour.

How Do I Clean the BUNN CWTF15 TC Automatic Thermal Coffee Maker?

To properly clean your BUNN coffee maker, run a brew cycle without coffee to let hot water clean out the inner components. For more thorough cleaning, pour a quart of vinegar into the water reservoir and let it sit for up to a half hour. After sitting, flush it out with several carafes of water until the vinegar smell has dissipated.

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