If you are in the market for a commercial blender, then it’s a good idea to know what is available and which one will best suit your environment. There are many different models, and not all industrial blenders are created equal. As with most appliances, you get what you pay for. That’s why doing some research beforehand is always essential. Here are a few things to consider before your next purchase.
How to Choose
Since there is a variety of commercial mixers, knowing what is common to your industry is vital. Often, if a specific device is widely accepted over a particular industry, its probably working well. The trick is finding the most efficient machine. Purchasing an industrial blender is a long term investment, so getting the correct machine with current technology for your market is essential. The seven most common or popular industrial blenders, according to IQS, an online manufacturer guide are:
- Ribbon Blenders
- Paddle Mixers
- Static Mixers
- Drum Mixers
Each device, depending on its speed, mixer configuration and bowl shape, is capable and designed to combine different substances during the mixing process effectively.
Many manufacturers produce blenders in large quantities and believe that they can create anything from steel. However, what consumers may not realize is that quality blenders include the most advanced technology and parts. This is why professional shops are a great place to start your search. Often, specialty shops do field studies and have teams that manage their designs to keep up with sanitation and safety. They also
It’s also essential to be cautious when buying “as is” or used machines. Most will not be suitable for direct installation and will need modifications or upgrades to work properly. However, if you do decide to buy a used machine, make sure all parts needing to be upgraded are available.