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Ceado ES500 Centrifugal Juicer

£1,299.00
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Product Specifications

Brand Ceado
Colour Chrome

Product Reviews

  • 5
    My first juicer

    After window shopping and reading endless reviews I decided to go all in and get the real thing even if it's just for my own kitchen. Why? Because it's worth it:-)

    Posted by Per on 5th Apr 2014

Product Description

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This has become a classic Ceado product, the Ceado ES500 is a commercial centrifugal juice extractor ideal for juice bars and restaurants.

The juice can be effortlessly extracted from carrots, apples, peeled pineapple and other fruit or vegetables in just a few seconds. No tools are needed to remove parts that come into contact with foods, which can therefore be washed daily to keep the product in proper working order. The compact size is ideal for the average juice bar that consumes 10-15 kgs of fruit a day.

As with the other Ceado juice extractors, the motor housing is in light alloy, while the bowl, juicer basket and pulp retainer is available in stainless steel. ES500 is fitted with a heavy-duty asynchronous, fan-cooled motor with safety thermal cut-out. There is also a safety interlocking system: moving parts stop when the safety locking arm is lifted. The ES500 was the first to use the magnetic catch system on the juicer basket.

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Key Features

  • Wide feed chute fits whole fruit and vegetables
  • Polished stainless steel finish
  • Stainless steel bowl and juicer basket
  • Easy to dismantle for cleaning - no tool required
  • Safety locking arm
  • Fan cooled with quiet motor

Specifications

  • Dimensions: (w x h x d) 24cm x 49cm x 38cm
  • Weight: 17kgs / 37.4lbs
  • Feed chute: 7.5cm
  • Motor: 700 W, 220-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 3000 rpm
  • Warranty: 2 years

Product Specifications

Brand Ceado
Colour Chrome

Product Reviews

  • 5
    My first juicer

    After window shopping and reading endless reviews I decided to go all in and get the real thing even if it's just for my own kitchen. Why? Because it's worth it:-)

    Posted by Per on 5th Apr 2014