Is your Jura coffee machine not frothing milk? Or has the quality of the foam decreased over time? You may need to replace one or more parts on your frother to regain the fine foam you are accustomed to.
The Venting Tip (Air Suction) is a common cause for the lack of fine foam and should be replaced regularly. Often times, frother nozzles, frother connectors and frother O-Rings become clogged and deteriorate over time due to calcium deposits. Calcium deposits form due to not rinsing the milk system after every use, cleaning the components and/or not using
Milk System Cleaner at least once a week to dissolve Calcium deposits (if used on a daily basis. Heavy use in an office setting requires the milk system to be cleaned daily). The milk system should be rinsed after each use and milk tubes should be replaced regularly.
Automatic Frother: Automatic frothers attach to the steam pipe of the coffee machine. When the steam function is initiated, the milk is automatically drawn from the milk container via a milk tube. The milk is then steamed or frothed. If you do not have a one touch model, you will need to order the adapter (item code: 10053)
Manual Frother: A manual frother requires the user to froth/steam the milk separately. To create fine foam for Cappuccinos, move the adjustable cylinder upward, place the nozzle in your milk container and turn on the steam. To steam milk for Lattes, move the adjustable cylinder downward while the nozzle is submerged in the milk. We offer 3 manual frothers: V1 Frother, Easy Click Frother, Bullet Tip Frother.