Whether you are engaged in the business of making pizza, cakes, breads or pastries, you may have a common understanding - a good Planetary Mixer for your restaurant's important role. Despite understanding this, it can be more challenging to determine which type of dough mixer can meet your unique needs. It should be noted that there are two main types of dough mixers: planetary mixers and spiral mixers. In this Buyer's Guide, we will determine the purpose, function, and benefits of separating the two types of mixers.
Planetary mixers, also known as vertical mixers, are most common in commercial kitchens. The movement of the instrument that opens the offset axis that rotates around the fixed non-rotating bowl is comparable to the way the planet rotates the sun, hence the name planet.
These Planetary Mixers are equipped with a detachable dough pan with dough hooks, paddles and agitator. The dough hook is used to knead the dough. The paddle is a versatile tool that mixes everything together. Finally, the blender is used to whipped eggs, whipped cream and other soft creams.
Features and advantages
One of the biggest benefits of this type of Planetary Mixer is that most of them come standard with a power hub at the front of the Planetary Mixer. This feature allows the blender to accommodate additional interchangeable cutlery or blender accessories, making it a versatile choice. Therefore, it can not only handle the dough, but also add extras. It can also whip potatoes, make batter, slice or chopped vegetables, and even grind meat!
Features: This 30-quart planetary mixer is powered by Globe with 60-minute timer + overload protection!