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What kinds of juicers are there? Juicers generally fall into three categories: masticating, centrifugal and triturating (twin gear). These have to do with the method of extracting and separating the juice from the pulp.
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The Masticating machine operates at a slower speed. It chews the fibers and breaks up the cells of vegetables and fruits. This gives you more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals. The Champion is a masticating juicer. It also is more versatile because in addition to extracting juices, the unit homogenizes making baby foods, sauces, nut butters, banana ice creams and fruit sorbets. An optional grain mill attachment is available for grinding grains into flour.

The Champion
The Centrifugal machine first grinds the fruit and vegetables then pushes them through the strainer by spinning at a very high rpm (similar to your washing machine on the spin cycle). This method usually yields a little more volume of juice. The Omega 1000 & 4000 and Juiceman II are centrifugal machines. (Most juicers sold on the market are centrifugal). Optional citrus attachments are available for the Omega 1000 and Omega 4000 juicers that allow juicing of citrus fruits without peeling.

The Omega 4000

The Triturating (twin gear) machine, which turns at a slower rpm, has a two step process. The first step crushes the fruits and vegetables, while the second step presses the juice. This process gives you more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals. These juicers also have magnetic and bio-ceramic technology that slows down the oxidation process, which is good if you want to make and store your juice. .These juicers are excellent for juicing leafy greens, wheatgrass, sprouts, root vegetables like beets and carrots and most water dense (non-pulpy) fruits. Juicing time is longer with twin gear juicers due to the slower juicing process which gives you a higher quality juice.

The Greenpower

What happens with the pulp?

Juicers can be sub-categorized into two categories, pulp-ejection and non-pulp ejection. With pulp ejection machines the pulp is ejected into a separate container allowing continuous juicing. This is more advantageous when juicing large quantities of juice. The Champion, Greenpower, Greenlife, Juiceman II and Omega 4000 are pulp-ejecting machines.

With non-pulp ejecting machines the pulp collects inside the basket and one must stop and clean it after juicing about one quart of juice. Using the paper filters make cleaning a much simpler process and yields a finely strained juice. The Omega 1000 is a non-pulp-ejecting machines.

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