The Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-W Juice Extractor combines the performance of a commercial juicer with the convenience of a home kitchen appliance to deliver a truly high-end value. The 1000-Watt motor has two speeds with a maximum of 13000 rpm for up to 30% more juice extraction than traditional juicers. The 800JEXL is built for efficiency and the parts are easy to clean.
The Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Commercial Masticating Juicer, Black And Chrome can be used for fruits as well as vegetables, including leafy greens. Functionally, it is similar to the J8004. While the J8004 has a plain white finish, the J8006 comes with a magnificent chrome/black exterior, which makes it slightly costlier than the J8004.
The Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-W Juicing Machine is an easy to operate countertop juicer. The 850-W unit has a wide 3-inch feeder chute that can accommodate most sized items (fruit, vegetables etc.) without having to cut them up. The JE98XL has a dual speed motor. 12,000 rpm is to be used for denser fruit and harder vegetables while 6,500 rpm can be used for the leafy greens and soft fruit.
Based on the extraction method, there are two principle types of juicers. The masticating extractors are slow moving juicers fitted with an auger that ‘chews’ up the produce, squeezes out the juice and spits out the pulp. On the other hand, the faster and more popular centrifugal juicers make use of a fast-rotating cutting assembly (usually a disc or blades) that first grinds the produce and then crushes it for extracting the juice.
The Omega range of fruit-and-vegetable juicers includes the slow-speed masticating type models as well as the centrifugal type pulp-ejecting juicers.
These are the masticating type models equipped with slow-speed augers that minimize heat build-up and oxidation, resulting in tastier and healthier juices.
Made and endorsed by the late fitness legend Jack LaLanne, these are powerful but affordable centrifugal juicers that are suitable for juicing fruit as well as vegetables. Centrifugal juicers basically work this way: The food is first cut up and ground into a pulp. This pulp is then spun around at a high speed, forcing the liquid and the smallest particulate matter through a mesh.