It is very confusing when you hear all sort of different name all related to juicers and have to idea what’s the difference. Here we will tell you about different types of juicers and their pros and cons. Best juicers are those which fulfill your needs.
If you are buying juicer for first time, there are some important things to notice about juicer and those are loudness, working speed, price and quantity of the juice produce by juicer.
Here are the different types of juicer:
- Centrifugal juicer
- Masticating juicer
- Triturating juicer
Centrifugal juicers are regular juicers that are used by most of the people. It has a circular blade which is used to crush the fruits and vegetables and produce juice. This juicer mostly used for carrots, apples, hard fruits, vegetables, and for high fiber leafy greens like kale and wheatgrass.
Masticating juicer is also called cold-press juicer. It uses hydraulic technique to crush and then extract juice from fruits and vegetables. Those who want fresh, more and pure full of energy juice, they can buy it.
If you are a person who wants to take juice daily then this juicer is best for you. You will see reason in pros and cons. This juicer uses rotating twin gears to crush fruits and vegetables even small particles. Mostly used for vegetables.
Centrifugal juicer VS Masticating juicer VS Triturating juicer
- Price ( low )
- Production of juice ( normal )
- Size and speed ( small and fast )
- Storage and noise ( low time storage and loud )
- Cleanup ( easily )
- Price ( normal )
- Production and noise ( more production and quieter )
- Storage and size ( more time storage and normal size)
- Speed ( take more time to extract juice )
- Cleanup ( not tough nor easy )
- Speed ( not bad )
- Production of juice ( good )
- Size ( larger than centrifugal and masticating juicer )
- storage and speed ( good )
- cleanup ( tough )
Hi, I am Alee Marton I am in the industry of kitchen products for almost 7 years. I have tested more than 20000 different gadgets used in kitchen for ease of work. I am here to share my experience and help you select the best product for your kitchen.