Group Gaskets for Olympia Cremina and Maximatic
- All Cremina's use 49mm Gasket
- All new maximatics use 54mm
- Most older Coffex Maximatics use 49mm, but some have 54mm group.
a must for successful install
Posted by Unknown on 27th Apr 2018
First time installing one and I’d went through 2 of the red aftermarket gaskets and wasn’t able to seat them properly without tearing the gasket.
The original gaskets have a corner shaved off to help them guide in the seat. Food grade lubricant is recommended by me.
Posted by Matthew Lenz on 23rd Feb 2018
Yes these are a bit fragile, but they work REALLY well. You can't poke and pry them out with a probe, but the deal is...you shouldn't have to. Since they are high temp, they can just stay in place for a long time with old style groups, since you don't have to remove them to service the group. And with new style groups, if you drive the piston shaft down with a nylon hammer, they come out just fine with the screen.
Posted by Michael on 23rd Jan 2018
Of course it's only a gasket: pricey, works better than hardware store subs. But I want to go on record to praise the service from Cerini not just for standard parts but for telephone tech advice and reassurance.
Posted by WestCoast on 4th Dec 2017
I got a 54mm for a Pasquini Livietta rebuild. This fit and works perfectly. A little pricey but the quality of the gasket seems good and it will fit as expected.
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Posted by Jordan on 27th Feb 2017
Yes these are expensive but they work 10 times better than the rubber gaskets! These seal perfectly. Be very gentle installing these.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Dec 2016
I bought a cheaper version from another supplier they gave me fits. It's good to have one that works like a charm.
Posted by Don on 13th Aug 2016
I bought these as spares as they have a habit of breaking when you try to remove them.
Shipping was fast and reasonably priced to the UK, will buy from here again.