Fully programmable Keurig® brewers with an interactive touch-screen that allows for a customizable brewing experience. Ideal for medium volume use. NSF certified for use in foodservice.
This feature rich brewer is perfect for small to medium-sized businesses.
90 oz. Water Reservoir
Brew Sizes: 4,6,8,10 and 12 oz.
LCD Full Color Touch-screenNSF Certified for Foodservice Commercial UL Listed
What is the difference between Keurig® commercial coffee makers and Keurig® home coffee makers?
Keurig manufactures both Commercial and At Home coffee makers and coffee systems. Our coffee makers are designed and produced to meet safety standards appropriate for their intended use. Like most appliance manufacturers, we submit our products for rigorous testing by Underwriters Laboratory, Inc. (UL) in order to receive the appropriate UL listing. UL has many product safety listings, but the most common for coffee makers are “UL Listed for Commercial Use Only” and “UL Listed for Household Use Only.” Keurig strongly recommends that offices use UL Commercial Listed coffee brewing equipment—and not UL Household Listed products. Products with Commercial Use certification are intended for use in commercial or industrial establishments and are intended for higher cyclical usage. Therefore, commercial rated appliances must be able to accommodate the broad range of electrical service environments that can be experienced in commercial buildings. For example, power spikes from use of other equipment in a building can subject an appliance to high voltage spikes, and commercially rated appliances must be able to withstand such voltage spikes. Home rated appliances, however, are not designed to accommodate a wide range of electrical environments because the home environment is relatively stable from an electrical environment standpoint. Because the commercial rating requires a more robust appliance does not mean an appliance rated for commercial use is suitable for home use. The two UL standards in question, UL 197 “Commercial Electric Cooking Appliances” and UL 1082 “Household Electric Coffee Makers and Brewing Type Appliances,” are mutually exclusive. Household use has some restrictive requirements not found in the commercial standards and vice versa. Power cord types, appliance portability, material flame ratings, and component certifications are areas where the two standards differ. Due to the differences in intended use and design between our UL listed commercial brewers and our UL listed household brewers, Keurig does not honor warranties on products used outside of the UL standard to which it was certified. This means, for instance, that a brewer verified to a UL standard for the household environment used in a commercial setting is not covered under our warranty. The insurance industry also recognizes the difference in products intended for offices and homes. You may be at risk if you knowingly use a product intended for the home in an office environment. We encourage you to check with your insurance provider.
What kind of water source is required? Is this a plumbed or pour-over coffee maker?
K150 Series coffee makers are available as plumbed units or with a pour-over water reservoir. Plumbing kit sold separately.
What size business or office is best suited for this coffee maker?
The K150 Series coffee makers are best suited for small to medium offices or businesses with 0-50 employees or users. For larger offices or businesses, it is best to purchase a larger commercial coffee maker from one of our Keurig Preferred Partners. All of our commercial coffee makers are available through Keurig Preferred Partners, who can install and service the coffee maker that fits your needs.
Which water filter is compatible with the K150 Series coffee makers?
K150 Brewer Water Filter Starter Kit is compatible with all K150 Series coffee makers.