The commercial uses of blenders range from restaurants to coffee shops to food trucks to industrial locations. Blenders help make the process of creating certain foods and drinks much quicker, while they are the essential element in creating certain beverages. The right blender can make a huge difference to how a restaurant, coffee shop or food truck is run.
Choosing the Right Type of Blender
Most people are not even aware that blenders come in multiple designs. The average consumer assumes that blender blades are the same for all blenders. But it is not the case. We have ribbon blenders, paddle blenders or screw blenders. Each type of blender has its own positives and negatives. But most professional outlets end up choosing the ribbon variety. Why?
Advantages of the Ribbon Blender
One of the reasons to go with the ribbon design for a blender is because of its straightforward nature. The design is simple and very difficult to get wrong, and there are only a few components within a ribbon blender.
Another perk is the limited power needed to run a ribbon blender. There are more complex ribbon designs, but they require a lot of power for effective mixing and blending. Ribbon blenders are great in industrial, commercial and residential use scenarios.
A third benefit is the drive unit’s simple structure, which makes it easy to replace parts of the blender if they stop working. And since the drive unit is locked away from the mixing vessel, there is no concern about oil pollution.
Since the parts of the ribbon blender are easy to separate and put back together, cleaning is not a challenging process. In a commercial or industrial setting, keeping a blender clean day-to-day is an important part of the process, and ribbon blenders make it very manageable.