Are you looking for a quiet coffee machine? Or do you want to reduce the noise level of your coffee machine? Read here which automatic coffee machines are considered the quietest and how you can reduce the normal noise during the brewing process with each automatic coffee machine.
Quiet coffee machines
According to the test of the coffee machine test portal, the DeLonghi ECAM 22110B is surprisingly quiet and not only because of that the test winner in the coffee machine category: it also convinces in terms of settings (e.g. the amount of water can be regulated), energy and user-friendliness. At just under 300 pounds, the relatively inexpensive machine is also currently the most popular and best-selling fully automatic coffee machine online.
The somewhat more expensive De’Longhi Dinamica Plus ECAM 370.70.SB also impresses with a quiet grinder and brewing process as well as other features such as the self-cleaning milk hose or the height-adjustable coffee spout and makes it to 4th place on the test portal.
How to reduce the noise level of your coffee maker
- Place a rubber mat under your coffee machine. Make sure that all feet are on the mat. This will reduce vibrations and noise caused by vibration.
- Grease and clean your coffee maker regularly to keep everything running smoothly. Coffee powder residue in the machine and poorly greased rails lead to unpleasant squeaking noises.
- Check the grinder regularly to make sure it is set correctly and clean it from time to time. This can also cause additional noises.
- Descale your coffee maker regularly! Limescale deposits can lead to blockages and noise.
- Has your coffee maker been around for a few years and is it making more noise than before? Then it may be time for maintenance. The experts will clean your machine thoroughly and replace any worn parts. After that, your fully automatic coffee machine will run quietly like clockwork.
It couldn’t be quieter: making coffee and milk foam manually
The quietest way to make coffee is to use no electricity at all and, above all, no grinder: a good, absolutely noise-free option for home use. Get yourself a press coffee maker, a French press and a manually operated milk frother to go with it. The only noise is then made by the kettle.