About Commercial Blenders
Whether you are a professional or just an enthusiastic home cook or bartender, a commercial blender makes for a powerful tool in the kitchen. Commercial blenders have more power, larger capacities, and more features than typical home appliances. You can choose between traditional blenders and immersion, or stick, blenders, which process foods and liquids in their original containers. When choosing a traditional blender, you should keep capacity in mind. Larger models can handle more, which makes the work go smoother, but they also take up more space. The blender jar is also a concern; you can choose from plastic, glass, and even stainless steel. Plastic is less expensive, but can absorb orders. Glass is more durable. Stainless steel looks good but it doesn't allow you to see how smooth the consistency is. If you plan to make drinks, make sure the blender is suited to crushing ice. Whichever style of blender you choose, find a commercial-grade option that gives you the power and features you need.