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Industrial and Commercial Food Processors

Reduce food preparation time and increase efficiency with a commercial food processor. Prepping ingredients can be an immensely time consuming task in any commercial kitchen. Industrial food processors make it easy for food service establishments to cut, dice, chop, slice, blend, grate and puree ingredients. Because these units decrease your prep time while increasing efficiency and profitability, they are an essential addition to your kitchen.  The right food preparation equipment can handle whatever you throw at them, from prepping vegetables to mixing sauces, whipping fresh butter, to creating salsas. These units will free up staff and streamline tasks whenever you’re preparing deli salads, making sausages, pureeing fruits and vegetables, and more. If you are looking to buy the best quality commercial food processors, then you have come to the right place.

 

Dicing tomatoes for salsa, grinding meats, and chopping potatoes for salads can be laborious activities. More so, food preparation tasks can be messy and inefficient when done by hand. Commercial food processors utilize the power of advanced cutting technologies to shorten ingredient prep time, reducing tasks that used to take a significant amount of time to just a mere minutes or even seconds. These units are ideal for any type of restaurant or foodservice business. Your staff will love to blend sauces, chop vegetables, and accomplish similar tasks by the touch of a button. Many stainless steel models are designed to offer dependable service over the long term, so you get maximum value for money.

 

Cut and blend all kinds of ingredients efficiently so you can get to other kitchen tasks. Our commercial food processors come in a variety of different styles, configurations, and sizes. The largest units can handle as much as a 1,000 pounds of ingredients per hour, while smaller models can process a few dozen pounds. While a light duty model will suffice for the occasional grating task, you’ll need heavy duty processors for making sausage or chopping potatoes. Choose a stainless steel food processor to match the volume you aim to produce as well as the type of food you desire to process.  Interchangeable discs make it possible to process different types of food and accomplish different cuts with the same unit. You can choose NSF listed models that are super easy to clean and won’t accumulate grime or bacteria. Disc attachments will turn vegetables into long, narrow cuts for fries, while grating discs will shred and hash browns. For denser foods such as raw potatoes, you will need a higher-horsepower processor. Whether you are looking for a puree machine, a batch bowl processor, or a continuous feed processor, we have the right options for you.

 

Kitchenall delivers an extensive variety of restaurant food processors so you can find the right unit for your needs. We have a wide range of styles, capacities, and speeds so you can accommodate any number of orders or types of ingredients in your kitchen.  We carry industrial food processors from Robot Coupe, Vitamix, and other top commercial brands. These units are available at the lowest possible prices, with same day shipping out of our New York warehouses. Need help finding the perfect food prep machine for your kitchen? Talk to a commercial foodservice expert at 917-525-2066. At Kitchenall, we are always here to help you!

 

Product Options

A commercial food processor is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment you can bring to your kitchen - because it gives you the ability to chop, slice, gride, and do more in the same unit. Choosing the right machine for your establishment all narrows down to the product type, power ratings, and available attachments and accessories.

 

Types of food processors

  • ▢ Buffalo Choppers - also known as bowl cutters or food cutters, these units typically have one setting. This simply means that the fineness of the output is determined by how many times the bowl containing the ingredients rotates under the revolving knives. They are great for making sausages, ground meat mixtures, deli salads, pureed fruits and vegetables, and more.

  • ▢ Batch Bowl Processors - this type of food prep processors are great for slicing, dicing, chopping, shredding, and grating a wide variety of ingredients. These units typically feature a blade that is mounted on a vertical shaft.

  • ▢ Continuous Feed Food Processors - these processors use discs with blades that allow your staff to slice, grate, shred, julienne, crimp, and dice ingredients. Because they expel the processed ingredients directly into a food pan, they are perfect for high-volume usage.

  • ▢ Combination Food Processors - this type of food processors combine the benefits of continuous feed and batch bowl models all into the same unit.

  • ▢ Vertical Cutter Mixers - vertical cutter mixers feature a large mixing bowl and a powerful motor, so they can be used for a variety of food preparation activities.

 

Power ratings

When shopping for industrial food processors, finding a unit with the right power rating is very important. Equipment with higher horsepower come with a powerful motor that can work through thicker mixers, and deliver for extended durations of time without overheating. This essentially allows you to process a high volume of ingredients you need to meet your needs. The RPM (Rotations Per Minute) measures how many times the blade rotates around the shaft per minute. While units with higher RPM may work faster, they have a low horsepower and may have a hard time working through hard ingredients or thick mixers. At Kitchenall, we deliver both low-powered and high-powered units to meet the needs of your kitchen.

 

Attachments and accessories

Although bowl-type and continuous-feed types are also common, many restaurant food processors are combination models. This means that the continuous feed assemblies, batch bowls, and pushers are available as accessories. Food processors may come with an s-shaped blade for pureeing ingredients, or disc(s) for slicing, grating, waffling cuts, shredding, crimping, or whipping. It’ll be important to see what attachments a particular unit ships with to suit the needs of your kitchen. In many cases, additional discs and kits can be purchased separately.

 

Your Trusted Supplier of Commercial Foodservice Equipment

Kitchenall is an exclusive supplier of industrial restaurant supplies. We deliver food processors, replacement bowls, cutting blades, blenders, grinders, slicers, and a wide array of food preparation supplies. We also have commercial refrigeration equipment, professional display cases, commercial ovens and ranges, open air merchandisers, and more. Supply your commercial foodservice location with the highest quality equipment at the lowest prices. For additional information on our Commercial Food Processors or other equipment, call our commercial foodservice Product Consultants at 917-525-2066.

 

Common Questions about Industrial Food Processors

Are food processors dishwasher safe?

Because of harsh ingredients and hot water, the dishwasher is not necessary the best way to clean food processor bowl, blade, lids, and other components. Although many models are certified as dishwasher safe, it’s best to clean them by hand in order to preserve their quality and lifespan of the unit.

How to clean a commercial foodservice processor

The first step is to take the dishwasher apart by removing the top, the blade, the bowl, and the pusher unit from the motor. Start by cleaning the blade first (this should be done immediately after use), then proceed to the other removable parts. You can use a nylon brush to help clean the blades without the risk of cutting yourself. Use mild dish soap and warm water to clean the separate parts. Avoid scrubbing food processor parts with abrasive cleaners or pads. Wipe down the motor/base unit with a damp cloth. This unit should never be submerged in water because it contains electronic components. Once everything is clean, completely dry the various pieces and assemble the unit together.

What is the best commercial food processor?

Dishwashers are available in a wide variety of styles, capacities, and product options. Choosing the right unit for the needs of your establishment is a balancing act. You need to make sure that you have the right horsepower and capacity to match the volume of orders you prepare in your business. Units that are created from stainless steel are easier to clean and tend to outlast rubber and plastic models. Also pay attention to the type of food processor and specific product features to find the best unit for your needs. If you are having a hard time pinpointing the perfect unit for your establishment, contact a Kitchenall commercial foodservice expert at 917-525-2066 today.

 

 

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