When we develop a new product, it's important to us to ensure that the components are service-friendly so that worn parts can be replaced and intact ones can be reused. This is an approach we have followed ever since the beginning.
Then: In 1955, JURA presented continental Europe's first steam iron. It became an iconic item, making the brand name synonymous with high-quality products. It also represented a long-term investment for the consumer, because it was designed in such a way that it could be dismantled, professionally descaled and reconditioned. It wasn't unusual for a JURA iron to remain in use for decades.
Today: The grinder is the perfect example of the way components from our coffee machines can be given a new life. Over time, the grinding parts will inevitably start to show signs of wear. At our Swiss service factory, the entire grinder is removed and sent to the reconditioning department. Here it is disassembled and thoroughly cleaned while worn parts are replaced. Now as good as new, the grinder is made available to the service team.
We are thus making a contribution to achieving SDG 12