Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350-Watt Stainless-Steel Pulp-Ejection Juicer

March 29, 2014 - Comment

Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350-Watt Stainless-Steel Pulp-Ejection Juicer Enjoy healthy, great-tasting juice quickly and easily with this electric fruit-and-vegetable juicer. The Omega BMJ330 is a 350-watt juicer with an efficient 1/2-horsepower induction motor for 12,000 RPMs of speed. This continuous, pulp-ejection style juicer features an extra large feed chute. The chute accommodates larger portions, even whole

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Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350-Watt Stainless-Steel Pulp-Ejection Juicer

Enjoy healthy, great-tasting juice quickly and easily with this electric fruit-and-vegetable juicer. The Omega BMJ330 is a 350-watt juicer with an efficient 1/2-horsepower induction motor for 12,000 RPMs of speed. This continuous, pulp-ejection style juicer features an extra large feed chute. The chute accommodates larger portions, even whole fruits. This means less cutting and preparation time for you. The powerful commercial grade motor rips through the task of juicing in half the time as most juicers and clean-up couldn’t be easier. Freshly squeezed juice dispenses from the spout directly into a glass or storage container and pulp is automatically ejected into the bin in the back of the juicer for easy disposal or composting–or, better yet, for adding flavor to sauces, soups, salsa, cakes, and more. Simply dump the pulp when container is full and continue use. The BMJ330 is designed for commercial use with a stainless steel blade and basket, making this unit rugged and durable.

Mega Mouth Pulp Ejection style juicing system. Extra-large feed chute accommodates larger portions and even whole fruits. This means less cutting and preparation time for you. Powerful 1/2 Horsepower motor is strong enough for the larger portions. The powerful commercial grade motor rips through the task of juicing in half the time as most juicers, extracting the most amount of juice in minimal time. Clean-up couldn’t be easier. Pulp automatically ejects into the bin in the back of the juicer. Simply dump the pulp when container is full and continue use. Economical. Since the juicer is so efficient and productive, you’ll get the greatest amount of juice from the least amount of produce. Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350 Watt Stainless Steel Pulp Ejection Juicer%Mega mouth feed chute Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350 Watt Stainless Steel Pulp Ejection Juicer%Stainless steel blade and basket Omega BMJ330 Commercial 350 Watt Stainless Steel Pulp Ejection Juicer%Pulp ejection bin

Product Features

  • 350-watt commercial pulp-ejection-style juicer in a compact, portable size
  • 1/2-horsepower induction motor for 12,000 RPMs; stainless-steel blade, basket, and cover
  • Oversized chute accommodates whole produce; juice dispenses directly into glass
  • Automatic pulp-ejection system; large-capacity pulp collector; UL-approved
  • Measures approximately 12-1/2 by 8 by 15 inches; 10-year limited warranty

Comments

Francisco G. "Frank" says:

love my juicer!!! after literally spending days (total hours spent) researching through all the types of juicers and reading all kinds of reviews and watching videos, i finally decided to go with the omega big mouth. the 10 year warranty is nearly unsurpassed and with this investment i would feel unsafe with 1 year or less warranties. i was a little weary with the negative reviews but went ahead and got it. I am new to juicing but from what i can tell it does a great job. i love my juicer the pulp is very dry…

Deirdre says:

Read this if you have had problems with this machine Caveat: we have had this juicer only about a week, but we have used it multiple times a day since then. As many others have said, a lot of research is needed before investing in a juicer, and deciding which type (auger vs. centrifugal) is best for you is a big part of it. This centrifugal machine is very versatile – it seems to be able to juice almost anything.If you are hearing rattling or grinding; detecting a burned smell; or getting juice all over your counter via leaks in the…

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