The Juggler is a modular system. The Dispensing unit is set into your cafe bench and is connected to the Pump and Control unit by flexible data cables and milk lines. The Pump and Control unit is usually fixed to either the left or right side of the Chiller, whichever is closest to the Dispensing unit. The Chiller is usually positioned under the cafe bench and may be on wheels or set on a solid plinth.
Workflow can be best when The Juggler Dispenser is located on one side of the espresso machine and your grinders are positioned on the opposite side.
This creates a flow from your grinder, through the espresso machine to your milk station and then on to your customer. It also means that if 2 baristas are working on a single espresso machine, one barista can work shots and the other can work milk without crossing paths.
Because The Juggler is a modular system, many configurations are possible to suit different bar layouts. The example pictured above show a typical RHS installation, where the Pump and Controller is fixed to the right side of the Chiller. A typical LHS installation,would usually have the Pump and Controller fixed to the left side of the Chiller. Please note that the black bench in the example above represents your cafe bench and is not part of the system.
Dimensions and Services Required
If you are considering The Juggler for your cafe, you will need the following:
(Data sheets are available to download and can be found in the Installation Downloads section below)
The Juggler is a modular system, so with a little creative thinking it can fit even in the tightest of spaces.
See our Installation Overview or Installation Guide for the dimensions of each system.
A hole in your bench
The dispenser is typically set flush into your cafe bench.
See our Installation Overview or Installation Guide for the size of the cut-out required.
The Juggler requires 2 x 10A GPO’s. 1 x GPO is for the chiller and the other is for the dispensing system.
Ensure both GPOs are easily accessible.
Cold mains pressure water
The Juggler jug rinser is connected to cold mains pressure water.
Ensure you have cold water available terminated with a ½” BSP cistern stop.
Access to a drain
The Juggler dispensing unit is connected to a drain via flexible PVC drain hose.
An ‘s-trap’ is the most common type drain plumbers install in cafes.
The Juggler Installation Overview
General installation guidelines to help you design your coffee bar. Includes a checklist of the services required. This guide covers all current models.
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Current version: D00029 A05