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Jura Decalcifying Tablets 3pcs

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£12.50
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£12.50

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    Jura Decalcifying Tablets 3pcs

    Product Details

    Descaling tablets based on sulphamic acid specially developed for JURA fully automatic machines for coffee specialities, for thoroughly removing deposits and scale. The formulation is precisely adapted for use in JURA fully automatic machines for coffee specialities, and ensures effective descaling without damaging the material. As a result, the service life of your fully automatic machine for coffee speciali-ties is extended. They can also be used in all other areas such as kettles, boilers, etc. where there are scale and deposits.

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    Delivery is free over £70 and £8 for orders less than £70. We aim to send out all in stock products the same day if ordered before 2pm. For full information on our delivery and returns please click here.

    Why Choose Coffee Quest?

    Coffee Quest are a commercial coffee specialist, selling and maintaining some of the largest and most well known brands in the world. With our own team of enginners, there isn't much we don't know about coffee and associated equipment.

    Testimonials

    We are delighted with the Coffee Quest products and their excellent service. I have no hesitation in recommending Coffee Quest to any business wanting to impress their customers.

    Mark Parker, Robinsons Audi, Norwich.

    Thank you so much for being so helpful.

    ClareSolly, BBC Eastenders, Elstree.

    Great supplier, great service and always there when you need them. Coffee is good too!

    Shaun Van Looy,Barnham Broom Hotel, Norwich.

    Coffee Quest are a pleasure to do business with. The customer service is excellent. Would highly
    recommend.

    Lorraine Stammers, The Angel Inn, Larling.

    What a good company, great customer service and Great Coffee. It’s really nice to support a local company, they also have a good backup team if there’s a problem with the equipment.

    Tim Hearth, The Lighthouse Café, Hunstanton.