More capresso filter systems to replace capresso filters

More capricellas are getting new filters to replace the filters that are being replaced, as the beverage maker seeks to get rid of the outdated machines.

The company announced Friday it will replace two of the machines, both with a capresso-style filter, as part of a $1.4 billion upgrade of its capresso machines and filters.

The capricella, or water general filter, has been around for a century.

It was used for the capricello water fountain and the coffee machine, and was replaced in 2001 with a new one that is made by another company, Sustainability Group.

The new capricelli machine is also designed for espresso and coffee.

The other machine, the capresso general filter has been in service for nearly two decades, with about 2 million units.