On our La Pavoni Lever espresso machine parts we have a selection of commercial and domestic la pavoni espresso machines.
The range goes from the world renowned La Pavoni Europiccola manual lever espresso machine to the big brother of the Europiccola, the La Pavoni Professional and the less famous La Pavoni Mignon and La Pavoni Stadivari. For the commercial lever espresso machines the range goes to the La Pavoni BAR, La Pavoni BAR-T and the iconic La Pavoni Diamante Leva.
For all these models of La Pavoni we are able to supply most of the parts. Or manufacture the products ourselves. For The La Pavoni Europiccola and Professional we can supply a variety of parts, from gasket sets, to our own piston gaskets, to the stainless steel heating elements used on the bolt flanged. And if parts aren’t available anymore for the la Pavoni Europiccola we manufacture the items ourselves in the EU.
But now we also have our commercial La Pavoni espresso machines. Models like the La Pavoni BAR, La Pavoni BART, La Pavoni Vasari and the La Pavoni Diamante. For these models we can supply parts like the piston springs, piston gaskets, portafilter gasket, heating elements and so on. If you can’t find it on our website, just send us a message and we might be able to help you with your parts
What is the history of La Pavoni?
La Pavoni is one of the oldest operational espresso machine manufacturers in the world. They started in 1905. From that period they build the vertical boiler steam powered coffee machines.
In the years after the war the famous model D.P. 47 was designed, this machine was designed by Gio Ponti. After these models they also started to use the lever brewing groups. Earky examples of these machines are the La Pavoni Lilliput, La Pavoni model 53, La Pavoni Concorso and later the La Pavoni Brasilia. Currently La Pavoni still produces commercial Lever espresso machines.
But the most important product La Pavoni launched was not a commercial machine but a domestic machine, the La Pavoni Europiccola. This product was originally not designed by La Pavoni, but by a small heating element company from Milan. La Pavoni made the europiccola a world wide success.
During the years small changed where done on the machine and in the 70ies there also came a bigger model. The La Pavoni Proffessional. Bascally a Europiccola but bigger.