Pullman Espresso Accessories is an Australian Company. All the tampers are manufactured in their base located in Adelaide, South
Australia. Each tamper is an individual craft work of art, measured, weighed and stamped with its own serial number. It is the most
functional and fashionable tamper in the market.
For enquiry or ordering, please contact us through
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Whatsapp : 5685 0696
Two kinds of tamping
base are available:
- Extremely high strength 630 Grade Stainless Steel
- 58.55mm base diameter
- 30g lighter than standard Pullman Barista Base
- High strength 304 Grade Stainless Steel
- 58.4mm base diameter
- True Tamp rings to assist in achieving a level tamp
Different colors of
spacer are available
2mm, 5mm and 8mm
spacer's height can be
engaged. Barista can
adjust the most
comfortable height of
tamper for yourself.
design the rubber on
piston to prevent
barista's fatigue of
the fingers after
Different materials of handle can be selected
- Acetal Plastic
- Anodised Aluminium
- Powder Coasted Aluminium
- Hardwood (American Walnut or Checkerboard)
MARVEL & DC HEROES Series available
Personalized Design & Engraving
Design your own tamper!
Companies can make your logo on the top of the handle.
The printing is special treated so that it will not fade.
You can also choose engraving your name or wordings on
the top or side of the handle.
Cares & Maintenance
Tampers with acetal plastic or anodized aluminium handles are all impervious to boiling water and common cleaning agents so can
be washed or wiped as required. Do not clean in commercial dishwashers or any harsh or caustic chemical cleaners such as bleach or
caustic soda, and do not allow any chemicals to dry on the tamper. Tampers with wooden handles are pre-treated with Danish Oil and
will absorb skin oils during normal use so it should not need any re-oiling. If the handle gets dirty, a quick wipe with a damp cloth is
adequate, but do not allow wooden handles to get overly wet. If you find the wood is getting dry, a coat of wood oil, boiled linseed oil
or even Canola oil can be beneficial to the wood, but make sure you wipe it all off after a few minutes to ensure a dry, dust-free
surface. These oils are not as good as Danish Oil but they should work.
The base can be unscrewed for cleaning if you wish, however once again a wipe with a damp cloth will remove any dried coffee