Special Warranty Offer
For a limited time, we're offering a FREE Gold warranty for this machine. ($1,215 Value)
-2-year Parts Warranty
-No Labor Warranty
-Single Point of Contact for all Service Needs
-Receive and Inspect Machine for Damage
-Bench Test Machine
-Installation Coordination of Facilities
-Water Quality/Clarity Test-Professional Installation*
-Equipment Maintenance Training-24 Hour Business Day Response
-Automatic Warranty Claim Processing
-Free Installation of Water Softening System
-Guaranteed No Freight Damage
-Lifetime Warranty on Copper Boilers
-1 Year Labor Warranty
-1 Courtesy/Nuisance Call
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Installation and setup services are not included; Parts & Labor Offsite
|* Beyond Point Charges: If Nuova Distribution USA does not have a service technician within 3 hours driving time of the install location, extra travel charges will apply.
Overtime charges: Installation must occur during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM).
Additional charges will apply for installations outside of regular business hours.
Who Should Buy The Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric?
Medium to Large Cafes
For cafes with medium- to high-volume traffic, the Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric provides hard-to-match consistency.
A massive boiler system installed in the Aurelia II allows it to produce back-to-back drinks with no trouble in fast-paced locations.
Dual volumetric and manual dosing, soft infusion, and handy gauges pair with extreme user-friendliness to produce the most efficient machine and the finest espresso drinks.
There’s nothing that this commercial espresso machine can’t handle.
Specialty Coffee Shops
The Aurelia II Volumetric is designed specifically with the needs of specialty coffee shops in mind.
The intricate monitoring systems coupled with features like soft infusion and multiping dosing options supply expert baristas with everything they need to take the customer experience to a brand new level.
Professional baristas familiar with the Aurelia II Volumetric praise its performance and ease of use.
Making excellent espresso drinks all day long is easy with an intelligently designed machine like this one.
Barista Competition Locations
The Aurelia II Volumetric is a World Barista Championship espresso machine, making it a top choice for any environment hosting barista competitions.
Quality and performance are supported and amplified by total consistency provided by this model’s features.
Barista competitors can concentrate on pulling perfect espresso shots and creating the finest microfoam for latte art knowing that the Aurelia II Volumetric is guaranteeing consistent and reliable results.
Medium to Large Restaurants
Restaurants with large cappuccino orders to fill should invest in a machine that can keep up with the fast pace.
Choosing an Aurelia II Volumetric is like purchasing quality insurance—you never have to worry that your espresso drinks aren’t going to be any less than exceptional.
Because this is a volumetric machine, it’s easy to use for less experienced users (like most restaurant employees).
They’ll be preparing cafe-style lattes and cappuccinos for your customers in no time!
The Aurelia II Volumetric is the most flexible Barista Championship machine bar none.
The Aurelia II Volumetric is the ideal espresso machine for all those looking for unprecedented performance and reliability.
It’s truly a jack-of-all-trades machine, built for locations as diverse as barista competition venues, coffee shops, and restaurants.
Wherever you find the Aurelia II Volumetric, you know that you’re going to get nothing but the best espresso experience worthy of the World Barista Championship.
Harness the power of consistency with the Aurelia II Volumetric.
As a volumetric model, this machine will automatically increase productivity and consistency.
Baristas can program desired espresso volumes—in other words, set it and forget it. This is powerful for ensuring quality and efficiency in a busy environment.
The freedom this creates for baristas to interact with customers or work on the next drink order does wonders for your business growth.
Professional baristas love Nuova Simonelli.
This brand has a sparkling reputation in the industry.
You’re purchasing not only a top-tier espresso machine when you choose the Aurelia II Volumetric, but also the guarantee of quality, performance, and longevity that comes with owning a Nuova Simonelli machine.
Key Features and What They Mean
Programmable Volumetric Dosing Buttons
Program single and double shots right into the machine. The Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric will deliver the correct volume all by itself. This model comes with multiple programmable options for a wider selection to save time in more demanding environments.
Manual Dosing Button
Need to pull a longer or shorter espresso shot for a customer? Using the manual button makes it happen on the fly. Don’t waste time reprogramming buttons and losing settings for customized espresso shots.
Copper Heat Exchange Boiler
A 14 or 17 liter heat exchange boiler (depending on the number of groups) makes this model a lean, mean latte machine. Able to brew and steam at the same time at an incredible speed, it will deliver drink after drink of superb quality no matter how busy it gets in your shop. Copper increases the boiler’s energy efficiency and adds antimicrobial properties for better sanitation.
Raised Group Heads
Most coffee shops offer drinks in different sizes. With raised group heads, you can fit tall cups directly under the group heads. Since there’s no need to transfer espresso from shot glasses to tall cups, the crema will easily stay intact for a gorgeous presentation.
Soft Infusion System
Tamping takes lots of patience and practice, and even then it can be difficult to get right each time. Soft infusion settles the coffee in the group head, eliminating issues caused by human error. By pre-wetting the coffee, this system draws the delicate flavors in the coffee out better than other systems.
Cool Touch Wands
Avoid pesky burns on hot steam wands. The wands on the Aurelia II Volumetric are designed to stay cool. This has the bonus advantage of providing easier cleaning since milk won’t burn onto the wands immediately.
LED lights illuminate the work area for baristas to see a whole lot better. Well-lit conditions are crucial for detailed work like espresso preparation and milk frothing.
Push Pull Steam
Long hours on the espresso machine won’t bother baristas working with a push-pull steam trigger. Gently tap it on and off to control steaming with easy movements and keep your wrists feeling good all day long.
When it comes time to clean the espresso machine at the end of a long day, nothing is more convenient and time-saving than a self-cleaning system. Automated backflushing lets baristas see to other tasks and expedite closing up shop.
Power Saving Options
This machine is extremely energy-efficient, saving power when possible to reduce your carbon footprint.
The backplate provides a mirror that shows baristas all aspects of the brewing process. Access all angles of the espresso as it pours to maximize quality control.
Bar Pump Gauge
This gauge displays the pressure related to the pump while brewing, important information for monitoring the espresso.
Water Level Indicator
Checking that the boiler water levels are where they need to be is possible with this indicator. Ensure that all is working properly with greater ease.
Smart Wand Options
The Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric is compatible with one left or right Auto-Steam or temperature-controlled Gooseneck Wand.
Replacing a manual steam handle with a user-friendly button, the Auto-Steam Wand requires no input from the barista to texture milk.
To use this feature, baristas simply place the wand in a pitcher filled with milk and let the Auto-Steam Wand do the rest.
Automating milk steaming, this feature facilitates superb results for every cappuccino, latte, and macchiato.
Temperature Controlled Gooseneck Wand
Also replacing one of your manual steam handles with a button, the Gooseneck Wand steams to the accurate temperature.
Once pressed, the steam wand reads the temperature of the milk. The barista then textures the milk by moving the pitcher.
When the milk reaches the desired (set) temperature, the steam automatically turns off, leading to a more consistent drink and less burnt milk.
Pod Kit Adapter
This machine supports a standard pod kit adapter.
We will install these left to right, unless a particular head is specified in the comment section while checking out.
These can also be moved by the user with a screwdriver.
2 Group Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric
With a powerful 14 liter boiler, 2 Group Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric is the best option for medium-sized coffee shops and locations.
Alternatively, you might need two 2 Group Aurelia II models for a particularly large cafe with higher traffic.
This configuration has two brew groups, allowing baristas to make multiple drinks at the same time for improved speed and efficiency.
3 Group Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric
The 3 Group Nuova Simonelli Aurelia II Volumetric provides fast service for large cafes and high-volume businesses.
More than one barista can comfortably work on this configuration with room to move.
It comes with a 17 liter boiler system that makes it a master of speed and efficiency.
Aurelia II Volumetric Features & Specifications Chart
T3 System - 3-4 copper boilers working together allowing the barista to independently set the temperature for each group head.
Volumetric Dosing - Allows the barista or operator to program the dosage. Often allowing for different dosages on different group heads. This means that the barista can start the brewing process knowing the machine will end it automatically at the pre programmed dosage.
Manual Dosing - A single button that begins and ends the brewing process.
LCD Display - Controls doses, boiler pressure, pre-infustion, and even energy savings settings.
Raised Group Heads - Allows for larger cups to be placed directly below the group head.
Cool Touch Wands - This technology significantly reduces the temperature of the wands during the steaming process. This reduces the time it takes to clean the wand and eliminates a safety hazard for baristas.
Surface LEDs- Barista can always see what they're doing with LEDs positioned strategically around the machine.
Push Pull Steam - An ergonomic and more user-friendly upgrade to the turning steam wands.
Soft Infusion System - Reduces the need for proper tamping and leads to more consistent espresso. Eliminates human error.
Automated Cleanings - Machines comes with an automated cleaning process. Barista can use the digital display to select the desired group or groups to be cleaned.
Power Saving Options - T3 technology plus software makes this machine extremely energy efficient.
Reverse Mirror - Backplate acts like a mirror allowing the barista to monitor every aspect of the brewing process.
Bar Pump Gauge - Makes it easier than ever to check pressure profiles.
Water Level Indicator - Easily monitor boiler water levels.
Boiler Size - In multiboiler systems, this is the total boiler capacity when they are added together.
Water Connection Required - Drain hoses and water hookup lines are provided with all direct connect machines.
Drain Required - Open gravity drain of 1.25 inch I.D.
AutoSteam Capable - Machine supports some version of autosteam. A system that simplifies the milk steaming process.
All color options can be selected above. Please contact us about additional custom colors at (888) 978-5224.
All of our espresso machines come standard with our 2 year manufacturer warranty.
We also sell additional dealer warranties which can be found above.
The installation of a water softener is mandatory for all users that don't meet the required water specifications, failure to do so will void your warranty. It is recommend to always add a water filter to your order if you do not have one already.
Replacement time of filters depends the water and quantity of drinks being made (see estimating calculator).
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Common Questions and Answers
Q: What is the difference between volumetric and manual dosing in the Aurelia II Volumetric?
A: Volumetric and manual dosing represent two very different brew processes on the user’s end.
Volumetric controls are the easiest to operate and provide the highest level of consistency.
This is because the Aurelia II’s volumetric dosing buttons need only be pushed once to generate the perfect single or double espresso. The machine will automatically stop the brew process when the correct levels have been reached.
The manual button is quite different in that it offers more control to the user, making it a flexible option for users with more knowledge of the brew process.
Instead of having the machine end extraction, the barista will manually end it via the manual button.
While this means that the barista will need to know exactly when an espresso shot is fully extracted, it also means that any customized espresso can be poured on demand.
Q: Who needs the pod kit adaptor for the Aurelia II Volumetric?
A: Espresso pods are easy for beginners to use. Instead of using freshly ground espresso, you’re brewing with preformed coffee pods. It’s somewhat similar in concept to a Keurig K-Cup pod.
If you want the Barista Championship machine but easy usage for baristas with little training, you can opt for the pod kit adaptor.
It can be helpful for restaurant employees and any staff lacking the coffee background baristas have.
Q: How do I use the bar pump gauge on the Aurelia II Volumetric to make better espresso?
A: Placed right on the front of the Aurelia II Volumetric, the bar pump gauge displays pressure readings linked to the pump while espresso is being brewed.
Generally, you want to see the pressure reach approximately nine bars. If this is not happening, it’s usually an easy indication that you’ll need to adjust your brew ratio.
What’s your brew ratio? It’s actually a simple concept—don’t let the terminology scare you. It’s basically the amount of coffee you use in a dose to the resulting liquid volume of the espresso.
Let’s say the pressure gauge is reading too low when you pull a shot. Seeing this information tells you that you might want to add more coffee to your dose.
Alternatively, you may need to tamp a little harder or adjust the fineness setting on your grinder. Either way, the pressure gauge can guide you toward the right process.