Looking for a heavy-duty and good-quality commercial mixer for your bakery or restaurant? Here at Rapids Wholesale, we have a large selection of commercial food mixers and commercial dough mixers ideal for any size of food-service establishment. Depending on the needs and requirements of your business, you can choose from a variety of commercial mixers from some of the most reputable brands in food processing.
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What Is a Commercial Mixer?
Commercial mixers are a type of kitchen appliance used for mixing, folding, beating, and whipping food ingredients.
A professional mixer that is designed for general use is useful in mixing not only bread and pizza dough but also mixtures used for pies, custard filling, and even for beating eggs and mixing various sauces. However, a commercial dough mixer is one of the most-used and most popular types of commercial mixers used worldwide. Commercial dough mixers are specifically designed to mix dough and batter for small, medium, and large bakeries.
Choosing the Ideal Commercial Dough Mixer for Your Establishment
How can you determine the perfect commercial dough mixer for your bakery or food-service establishment? It is important to first determine what you require for your business. For instance, the volume of bread and food that your establishment produces on a daily basis should determine the type of commercial food mixer you should purchase.
For instance, small establishments can make do with countertop commercial food mixers that have a smaller bowl capacity (up to twenty quarts). Larger food establishments would do well to invest in a larger commercial food mixer, like commercial stand mixers or floor mixers, for instance. A commercial floor mixer can work in much larger capacities compared to their countertop counterparts and can mix as much as two hundred quarts in one sitting.
Another important factor to consider is how the commercial mixer is powered. A commercial hand mixer, for instance, might work for smaller establishments and for homes but electronic commercial dough mixers are more suited for medium- to large-sized restaurants and bakeries that produce a larger batch of items and those business owners who are looking for a faster and more efficient production process.
Commercial Floor Mixer Units vs. Countertop Commercial Mixers
How are commercial countertop mixers and commercial stand mixers different? For one, a floor mixer is built for producing larger batches of dough or sauce. A commercial floor mixer is also too heavy to be placed on top of a counter, so the mixing bowl is kept as close to the floor as possible for easy and convenient use and operation. Commercial dough mixers of the floor variety can work in much larger capacities as opposed to countertop mixers, being able to mix as much as two hundred quarts in one sitting.
On the other hand, countertop commercial mixers are substantially smaller compared to commercial stand mixers and can typically mix as much as twenty quarts of dough. Small countertop commercial dough mixers are mostly utilized by smaller bakeries, restaurants, and pastry shops that do not require a high volume of mixing on a daily basis.