A professional juice extractor is different. The extractor utilizes a sharp blade in order to liberate all of the juice from fruits and vegetables.
Did you think centrifuges were only used for science experiments? Some of the most widely-used commercial juice extractors use centrifugal force to spin the chopped pieces at a high RPM.
This action forces the juice from the pulp. Then, these models eject the pulp into a separate container so you can continue to juice to your heart’s content without having to empty the basket.
When making a decision on a juice extractor, make certain yours promises to preserve the enzymes, vitamins and antioxidants in the juice. Some commercial juice extractors create friction and heat and can damage the micronutrients in the juice.
The warranty on the motor is an important consideration. Less expensive models tend to have motors that burn out with regular use.
Our recommendation would be to spend the money on a quality juice extractor rather than save a few dollars at the outset and be very unhappy later.
Recommended Commercial Juice Extractors
My choice for a commercial juice extractor would be the Breville Juice Fountain Elite Juicer 800JEXL. (See video below!) This one utilizes the centrifugal-ejection feature.
It has a 1000-watt motor which features two speeds. Both hard and soft fruits and vegetables juice easily. The one-liter jug capacity and stainless steel micro mesh filter means I can make juice for my whole family in less time.
The body of this juice extractor is made from stainless steel and the base is die-cast metal. It looks attractive in my kitchen and matches my other appliances.
Since this model has a three-inch feeder tube, I can put in whole vegetables and fruits instead of chopping them into pieces.
This juicer’s parts are all dishwasher-safe, so clean-up is quick and efficient. It comes with a one-year warranty on the machine parts and also carries a three-year warranty on the motor.
For someone who juices regularly, that is a great benefit. The price is about average at $279, but remember, you’ll save a bundle on those expensive juice bars if you purchase a commercial juice extractor for your home.
The Waring 6001 Commercial Juice Extractor is another great choice. If counter area or storage space is a challenge for you, this compact juice extractor would give you delicious juice without taking up a lot of space.
This is also a centrifugal extractor and people who have used it give it high marks.
It is said that this commercial juicer gets 20 percent to 35 percent more juice than its’ competitors.
The residue is that dry! Cleanup is relatively easy which is another advantage of this model.
The price range is $80-$421, which means just about any budget could handle one of these professional juice extractors.
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My kids bought the Breville Juicer for us for Christmas, and it works like a charm! Clean-up is easy too, which I really appreciate!
Here is Martha Stewart demonstrating the Breville Juicer Elite!