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Vita-Prep 3, manually-operated variable speed control, start/stop switch automatically returns to neutral position, BPA-free, clear container, wet blade assembly, lid, tamper, black base.
21"L Shaft Turbo, 200 Qt Capacity, 16 lbs
Perfect for milk shakes, smoothies, yogurts, frozen custards, hard ice cream, candy mix-ins, and more.
Blend, chop, grind, or puree with this high-performance 3 HP blender.
Here at Rapids Wholesale, you can choose form a large selection of some of the best commercial blenders and mixes in the market today, from reputable brands like Hamilton Beach, Robot Coupe, Vitamix, and Waring.
What Is a Commercial Blender?
A commercial blender is an industrial version of an ordinary household blender, and is typically used in busy commercial kitchens and bars. Commercial blenders are primarily used to blend, mix, emulsify, and purée food and other substances. The use of commercial blenders is not limited to commercial kitchens, however, because some laboratories regularly use blenders in their day-to-day operations.
So why is an industrial blender important in many commercial establishments? Because of its versatility. An industrial blender is used on bars, pubs, and taverns to mix and crush ice in cocktails and mocktails. Commercial blenders are also used in busy restaurant kitchens to make smooth purées in semisolid ingredients such as cooked vegetables and meats or to reduce small solids such as spices and seeds.
Why You Should Consider Getting a Heavy Duty Blender for Your Food-Service Establishment
A heavy duty blender can benefit any busy food-service establishment. Any bar worth its salt would want to serve quality cocktails, and restaurants serve food with great sauces. A restaurant blender, therefore, would be a great addition to any busy commercial kitchen. But are there important factors consider before going out to purchase commercial grade blenders available in the market today?
One thing to consider before purchasing a commercial food blender is whether to get a blender that has a glass, plastic, or stainless-steel model container. Of course there are pros and cons depending on the material of the container: Glass-blender containers tend to look cleaner and smarter especially when used in a bar where customers and patrons can easily see them, but since the containers are made of fragile glass, they can be easily chipped or broken after a bad fall.
Stainless steel, on the other hand, is an ideal container for a commercial food blender because it is rust-resistant and is easy to disinfect. However, some of your food-service staff might prefer a see-through container, which can make blending easier, something that a stainless-steel container will not be able to provide. A popular type of container for commercial food blenders is plastic because it is relatively more durable compared to glass containers and allows your food-service staff to see what they are blending more easily (as opposed to an opaque stainless-steel container. However, some of the disadvantages of a plastic container used for commercial food blenders is that it is relatively easy to scratch and that it may stain over time.
Commercial Blenders for Sale Here at Rapids Wholesale
Looking for a Hamilton Beach commercial blender? How about a Robot Coupe blender? Or maybe you prefer a commercial Vitamix blender or a Waring commercial blender?
Here at Rapids Wholesale, we give you a large selection of some of the best commercial blenders and mixes in the market today, from reputable brands like Hamilton Beach, Robot Coupe, Vitamix, and Waring.
We carry some of the best heavy duty blender units and models available, with parts and labor warranties included.