Are you looking to buy a juicer? If so, let me guess, you are in confusion about what type of juicer to buy. I understand you very well, because I’ve been there too. There are so many brands, types and models of juicers which make the chore of buying a juicer a real challenge, especially if you are a first-time juicer buyer. From my personal experience, I would, warmly recommend you not to wander a lot, instead narrow down your choices to cold press and centrifugal juicer, because of the simple reason that these two juicer types are most effective. Moreover, for many buyers who shop for juicers offline or online cold press juicers and centrifugal juicers are their most common choices.So, the question is, which is better: cold press or centrifugal juicer? The truth is, since none of these juicers is a one-size-fits-all solution, there are many factors that you need to take into account in order to determine which juicer is better for you. But, before that, understanding the operating principle of each of the two juicers is a must. Join us in exploring the working principle, advantages and disadvantages of each type of juicer to solve the big dilemma.
The name of these juicers comes from the centrifugal force they use for processing the fruits and vegetables. In fact, the two essential components of these juicers is a fast-spinning blade made from high-quality, rust-proof blade and a mesh filter. The blade chops the fruits and vegetables, while the mesh separates the juice from the pulp. These juicers are highly effective even when processing hard vegetables such as beetroots and carrots. The only downside of the centrifugal juicers is the heat that the blade generates. This heat oxidizes the nutrients from the fruits and vegetables and destroys some of the most important enzymes and vitamins.
- Fast Processing;
- No need for peeling and chopping the fruits and vegetables because they have a large chute;
- Affordable prices;
- Produce more foam;
- Produce less nutritious juice.
Cold Press Juicers
The cold press juicers or also known as masticating juicers are a newer type of juicers that are increasing in popularity among the users. The main reason for this is the cold pressing method that preserves most of the nutrients in the fruits and vegetables. In fact, these juicers extract the juice by first crushing the vegetables and fruits and then by pressing them. The absence of high heat contributes for more nutritious juice.
- Produce high-quality juice with more nutrients preserved;
- Quiet operation;
- Leaves dry pulp.
- More expensive;
- Have small pulp which requires chopping and peeling the fruits and vegetables;
- Slower operation.