Blenders

Commercial blenders take up little space and offer great versatility, often serving as food processors, nut grinders and mixers.

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Blenders offer much versatility due to capabilities beyond blending, while occupying little space in any foodservice operation. This equipment can perform the functions of food processors, nut grinders and mixers, saving counter space by replacing these appliances.

Operators need to determine how staff will use the blender, the necessary speed for those applications and how it will fit within the workstation.

Daily, weekly, monthly and yearly blender maintenance centers on cleaning. Unplug the unit and wipe it down with a clean, damp cloth after every use. At the end of the workday, wipe down the blender using a cloth and soap and water. Using a hose or water pressure can damage the motor. Regularly clean the blade to avoid tainting the taste of dishes with other flavors. Run fresh water and ice through the blender to clean the blade.

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