The last 3 BUNN commercial coffee makers are serious commercial grade coffee makers that brew large quantities. They are not portable and require plumbing.
The first one of the 3 is the BUNN CWTF15-3, which is like a more powerful & version of the VP17-1. At 8.3” wide, it may save you some much needed counter space, while still offering 3 warmers.
It hooks up to a water line, but it also fills up manually via the pour-over slot. You’ll notice there is a hot water faucet in the front that is convenient for making hot food & beverages.
BUNN Commercial Airpots
The last 2 models use an airpot.
An airpot is a portable coffee tank made of stainless steel on the outside and glass liner on the inside.
The sleek tower carafe design looks professional, is durable, and relatively easy to clean.
Users should push a lever to dispense coffee. It keeps your coffee at a consistent temperature without burning it.
BUNN airpots are typically sold separately.
If you’re making anywhere up to 50 lbs of coffee a week then BUNN recommends a commercial airpot.
The biggest drawback was the price of each one. Starting at $960, without the airpot, it’s not cheap.
Commercial products are not as simple to use as the domestic models & this one is no exception. The instructions have a few steps to start, which may be confusing. There are a couple videos on YouTube that show how to run the machine properly.
This is especially true for the DUAL TF DBC BrewWISE. The BUNN DUAL TF DBC dual satellite coffee brewer (34600.0000) has digital controls that let users change the temperature. It also has automated program settings that let users record specific recipes and brew with a push of a button.