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Technical problems solved with coffee

Technical problems solved Last week we had a few technical problems on the site so we thought it might be a good idea to explain what happened. Without going in to too much detail and boring you all to sleep, there was a glitch within the ‘sessions’ section of […]

10000 Robot Coupe products

Over 10,000 products in our Robot Coupe shop

We’ve just passed the 10,000 product mark on our site! It’s taken well over a year to list all the Robot Coupe machines and parts onto our website but we’re almost there. Within a few months we’ll have the entire catalogue available for purchase. Thanks to our man Cliff […]

Robot Coupe Juicer Machines J80 & J100

Centrifugal Juicers vs Cold Press Juicers

Centrifugal Juicers vs Cold Press Juicers

Centrifugal Juicers vs Cold Press Juicers J80 & J100A professional opinion direct from the kitchen

We see them in operation daily and working in the catering service industry means that we get feedback directly from the people who use the machines every day. We’ll be completely biased here, but we think centrifugal juicers are faster, more robust and easier to clean that any masticating machine currently on the market. 

What is a Cold Press Juicer?

Basically, ‘Cold press’ is the latest industry buzz-word. The assumption is that it provides a more ‘nutritional juice’ because there is no heating of the juice during the extraction process. This is basically clever marketing. As far as we are aware there is no evidence anywhere to indicate that centrifugal juicers produce any more heat than masticating machines.

The potential level of heat produced is so minimal that it’s not even measured in the Robot Coupe Juicers Tech Spec page.  There’s certainly no affect on the quality of juice.

One professional source stated:

“Centrifugal juicers will not heat the juice any more than the cold press type”  

When you hear about ‘cold press juicers‘ or ‘slow juicers‘ this is usually referring to the masticating (or grinding) juicer. These machines squeeze the fruit or vegetable by using a grinding screw. In general these are great for use at home but they are considered far too slow for professional kitchen use. 

How do Centrifugal juicers work?

Centrifugal juicers work by grating the fruit using a specialist grating disc. This is positioned in the ‘centrifugal juice basket’. The juice is then passed through a ‘sieve filter’ and the centrifugal force spins the juice off into the filter basket. The unwanted fruit pulp is forced out into the waste container simultaneously. This method is much quicker and produces minimal waste. 

Here’s one of the Robot Coupe J80 Centrifugal juicers in action:

This video shows the versatility of the Robot Coupe Juicers really well:

Ready to buy? Here’s the good news…

Discount Codes for Robot Coupe Juicer Machines J80 and J100

If you’re serious about juicing, you’ll already know all about the Robot Coupe Juicer Machines and their superior performance. For more technical data about the Robot Coupe Juicer Machines (J80 and J100) have a look here. You can also download the product leaflet here.


Head over to the Robot Coupe Machines web site and enter the following discount codes at checkout.

Discount codes:
j80@765 - This code gives J80 Ultra at £765 (excluding Vat)
j100@999 - This code gives J100 Ultra at £999 (excluding Vat)
Direct link:
Robot Coupe Juicer Machines J80 and J100 models only ordered online using SagePay or Paypal.
Offer available in the UK only. Standard terms & conditions of sales apply.

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