Foodservice operators use standard commercial mixers for a range of applications: producing dough, whipping icing and whipped cream, and making compound butters and salad dressings, among other prep tasks.
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The Turbo Combi Power Mixer features improved ergonomics and two processing attachments. A removable stainless steel shaft, cutter assembly and blade for mixing, plus a whisk attachment, are included. The easy-plug feature allows the power cord to be replaced without after-sales service.
The MX-SS series mixer table helps keep cooking tools and utensils accessible with a 54-inch high utensil rack and five hooks. The stainless-steel, heavy-duty mixer tabletop features a countertop edge to contain any liquids. The adjustable stainless-steel undershelf offers additional storage.
Immersion blenders, or stick mixers, come in several different sizes and types. Keep in mind the longer the shaft, the more stress will be put on the components. That means sizing represents a key consideration with this equipment.
When choosing a juicer, anticipating volume is critical. Operators can choose from a variety of juicers, depending on the application, speed of service needed and beverage type being created. Operators also need to determine what type of foods they will use as some juicers handle leafy greens and vegetables better than others.