What are the Most Common Types of Commercial Kitchen Blenders?

In many cases, suppliers of commercial food appliances will stock a variety of brands and models. So, if you’re looking for a commercial fridge, you could come across the Sanden YPC-120SR underbench fridge. Or, you could consider purchasing the Austune Turbo Air Refrigeration units. Similarly, commercial blenders come in two main categories. These typically include:

  • Handheld (or Immersion) Blenders: These have long necks with blades at the end. This enables you to puree food directly in the cooking vessel. Food items you could use these units for include vegetable soups and sauces.
  • Countertop Multi-function Blenders: These combine the functionalities of blenders and food processors. They are versatile units capable of various tasks including

oPreparing smoothies
oBlending drinks
o Grinding peanut butter and,
oWhipping up soft-serve ice creams

Bar and restaurant owners can find these blenders and blender jars in a variety of materials. Blender jars made of plastic can be quite economical and budget-friendly. But, these jars have the tendency to absorb odours. Similarly, stainless steel blender jars can be quite attractive to look at. However, you will not be able to see the smoothness and consistency of the mixture without opening the jar. In this scenario, glass blender jars are the best. They offer high levels of durability and are sleek looking as well. At the same time, viewing the consistency of the mixture becomes much easier too.