Robot Coupe C120 Juicer Machine – Best In Class
Potential Benefits of the Robot Coupe C120 Juicer Machine
Is the Robot Coupe C120 the best machine for your business? With all the stories about how good juicing is for health, the demand for fresh fruit and vegetable juice blends is growing. As of 2015, a Los Angeles Times article noted that the market for cold-pressed juices was at least $100 million per year, with some people paying more than $10 for just one glass of this type of juice.
Adding these beverages to the menu may be a good way to increase business and bring in some more profit without necessarily having to make a very large investment. Of course, making all these juices can be quite a hassle for those that don’t have just the right juicer. Some juicers are definitely a cut above the rest.
Looking for a robot coupe c120 for sale may be one of the better options available for those that need to be able to produce large amounts of fresh juice without a lot of fuss or bother. These machines have a lot of very convenient features that make them a good pick for commercial users.
The robot coupe c120 juicer machine is a floor model. Standing 41 inches tall, it can be placed in any convenient spot on the floor. It doesn’t need to take up precious counter space like some juicers do. This leaves more room on the counters for preparing the other dishes on the menu. It’s made of stainless steel with rubber feet so it is sturdy and doesn’t move around while working.
It’s not a lightweight machine, however, weighing in at about 115 pounds. This weight helps to keep it more stable, though, so it isn’t really a bad thing. It will take up a decent amount of floor space, as it is almost as deep as it is tall and is almost 20 inches wide.
While it’s called a juicer, the robot coupe c120 automatic sieve makes this machine potentially useful for more than just preparing fresh fruit and vegetable juices. For example, it can also be used to strain soups and sauces.
Use it to get rid of raspberry seeds, strain out any lumps in creamy soups and get rid of any big chunks of fiber in mashed vegetables. Because of its large size, a lot of food can be quickly strained, saving time and effort for the kitchen staff.
For even more benefits, consider separating out the non-edible parts of the product before adding it to the juicer, as then the pulp can be used as an ingredient in other dishes. If this is too much trouble, the waste can be used for composting.
Continuous Feed and Continuous Waste Ejection Chute
While it may not be automatically clear to some people how important it is to have a continuous waste ejection chute in a juicer, this is a must-have feature for those that want to be able to quickly produce juices.
What this means is that employees can continuously make one juice after another without having to stop to scoop out all of the seeds, skins, fibers and other waste left behind when producing juice. Without this type of chute, this material builds up in a little waste receptacle in the machine which needs to be very frequently emptied.
In some cases, this means scooping it out of the machine, as this receptacle isn’t always removable for emptying in every machine. This can waste a lot of time and make it harder to quickly fulfill orders for juice.
Heavy Duty Juicing With Sieve Function
With some types of juicers, it can take a lot of time just to prepare the juice ingredients to go into the machine. They need to be peeled, seeded and sometimes chopped up. With this machine, however, all that’s necessary is to wash the product before putting it into the large hopper.
Any unwanted parts of the fruits and vegetables will be removed by the sieve and directed into the waste chute, while the juice is directed into the end product chute to be collected and given to the customer.
The sieve is in the form of the basket, and it’s possible to purchase additional sieve baskets with different sized perforations to better control the thickness of the resulting product. To give you a better idea of just how much juice this machine can produce, it can process as much as 275 pounds of food in just one hour.
It has a strong 1 horsepower motor to help it quickly work its way through large amounts of produce. To make sure the most juice possible is extracted, the paddles rotate at a whopping 1,500 revolutions per minute. This is a lot more than most juicers meant for home users can produce which, combined with the expense, puts this machine solidly in the commercial marketplace.
Easy to Clean
This machine doesn’t have a lot of extra parts, and every part that comes into contact with food is removable to make it super easy to clean when necessary.
If a juicer isn’t easy to clean, people will be less likely to want to use it and less likely to properly care for it, potentially minimizing the usefulness of the machine or, in the case of not getting cleaned, increasing the risks of potential cases of foodborne illnesses, which nobody wants to happen. The stainless steel outside of the machine just needs a quick wipe down at the end of the day to keep it clean.