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Professional Vs. Commercial KitchenAid Stand Mixers

A Professional Mixer Ideal for Professional Chefs, Restaurants and Bakeries. A Commercial Mixer for Home and Garden.

Professional KitchenAid Stand Mixers:

KitchenAid Professional Stand Mixers are designed specifically for professional chefs and restaurant kitchens. Their durable construction will withstand multiple years of heavy use in a professional kitchen, with enough power to mix doughs, batters, icings, breads, pasta sauces and more. Expect the same legendary quality you’ve come to know from KitchenAid stand mixers in foodservice operations around the world—and the same incredible performance.

Commercial KitchenAid Stand Mixers:

KitchenAid Commercial Stand Mixers are designed specifically for commercial kitchens such as bakeries or restaurants with high volume demands. Their durable construction will withstand multiple years of heavy use in a commercial kitchen, with enough power to mix doughs, batters, icings and more. Expect the same legendary quality you’ve come to know from KitchenAid stand mixers in foodservice operations around the world—and the same incredible performance.

KitchenAid Professional Plus Stand Mixers:

Designed for professional chefs and restaurant kitchens, KitchenAid Professional Plus Stand Mixers provide five speeds and 10 speeds so your dough will be perfectly mixed every time. A three-year warranty covers the motor and feed tube, while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades. Ideal for professional chefs, bakeries and restaurants.

KitchenAid Professional 5-Speed Stand Mixers:

Designed for commercial kitchens, restaurants and professional chefs seeking five speeds, 10 speeds and a large bowl that’s ideal for mixing heavy doughs. This stand mixer can mix up to 6 quarts of dough quickly and easily with the large 33 quart/liter stainless steel bowl. Ideal for commercial kitchens and restaurants. A three-year warranty covers all KitchenAid parts while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades.

KitchenAid Commercial 5-Speed Stand Mixers:

Designed for heavy duty commercial use and a mix speed of 5 to 10, this stand mixer is perfect for bakery, restaurant or professional kitchens. This commercial mixer features 12 speeds with a large 33 quart/liter stainless steel bowl and a three-year warranty.

KitchenAid Commercial 10-Speed Stand Mixers:

Ideal for professional chefs, bakeries or restaurants needing the power and versatility of 12 speeds. The KitchenAid Commercial 10-Speed Stand Mixers comes standard with the large 33 quart stainless steel bowl, extra wide feed chute and all removable parts are dishwasher safe. A three-year warranty covers all KitchenAid parts while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades.

KitchenAid Professional Plus 5-Speed Stand Mixers:

Designed for professional chefs, bakeries and restaurant kitchens, the KitchenAid Professional Plus 5-Speed Stand Mixers provides five speeds and 10 speeds so your dough will be perfectly mixed every time. A three-year warranty covers the motor and feed tube, while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades. Ideal for professional chefs, bakeries or restaurants.

KitchenAid Professional Plus 10-Speed Stand Mixers:

Designed for professional chefs, bakeries and restaurant kitchens, the KitchenAid Professional Plus is perfect for heavy-duty commercial use. The 12 speed Motor and larger 33 quart/liter stainless steel bowl provide more power to quickly knead doughs, batters, icings and more. A three year warranty covers all KitchenAid parts while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades.

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KitchenAid Commercial 5-Speed Stand Mixers:

Designed specifically for commercial kitchens, bakeries or restaurants with high volume demands, this 13 speed stand mixer comes standard with the large 33 quart stainless steel bowl designed for large volume mixes. This commercial mixer features 12 speeds and a three-year warranty.

KitchenAid Professional 5-Speed Bowl Lift Stand Mixers:

Designed for professional chefs, bakeries and restaurant kitchens, the KitchenAid Professional 5-Speed Bowl Lift Stand Mixers provide five speeds. A three-year warranty covers the motor and feed tube, while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades. Ideal for professional chefs, bakeries or restaurants.

KitchenAid Professional 6 Quart Tilt Head Stand Mixers:

Designed for professional chefs, bakeries or restaurants with high volume demands, this stand mixer can handle heavy mixes in larger bowls. The large 33 quart stainless steel bowl and powerful Motor provide the power to mix heavy doughs quickly and easily. A three-year warranty covers all KitchenAid parts while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades.

KitchenAid Professional 6 Quart Tilt Head Stand Mixers:

Designed specifically for professional chefs, bakeries or restaurants with high volume demands, this stand mixer can handle heavy mixes in larger bowls. The large 33 quart stainless steel bowl provides more power to quickly knead doughs, batters, icings and more. A three-year warranty covers all KitchenAid parts while a two-year warranty covers both steel parts and stainless steel blades.

KitchenAid has been manufacturing ice cream freezers since 1931. The company also started making refrigerators in the 1940s and dishwashers in the mid-1950s. KitchenAid was one of the first manufacturers to include a printed recipe book with each product. It began using the slogan “Stand Mixers for the Home” in 1953, which was synonymous with its current slogan, “Tools for the Extraordinary”, beginning in 2001. In 1960, KitchenAid introduced a can opener attachment for its mixers which was followed by meat grinder, slicer and dicer attachments plus several other optional attachments such as food chopper and pasta roller disks.

In 1969, the company launched a $15 million national TV advertising campaign, including commercials hosted by Martha Stewart and Tom Brokaw, which made the brand a household name. From this time onwards, KitchenAid mixers became a frequently used appliance in US kitchens.

KitchenAid has been manufacturing refrigerators since 1941 under the Amana Corporation brand name. In recent years, KitchenAid has continued its emphasis on quality and customer satisfaction by enhancing the design and functionality of its refrigerators. The company is committed to providing durable construction with high-end features that are sure to exceed consumer expectations.

Since 1996, KitchenAid has manufactured dishwashers in addition to stand mixers. It launched a new design and function in 2010.

In February 2017, KitchenAid launched the “KitchenAid Pro Collection”, a collection of its most powerful stand mixers and food processors which were developed with input from professionals in the food service industry. These new stand mixers and food processors are designed to meet the needs of professionals including bakers, chefs, and caterers.

KitchenAid launched a new line of commercial refrigerators in March 2017 that are fully equipped with smart technoligy to help indicate when the doors are open and which display the contents of the door, thereby aiding in food safety.

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KitchenAid produces a line of ice cream freezers that feature smooth-gliding rotary drums and a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. The company offers various models including single-door freezer, double door freezer as well as two-door freezer cabinets.

What is the difference between KitchenAid heavy duty and professional?

KitchenAid has a heavy duty line that many stores carry. The Professional line is more durable, bigger, and has a more powerful motor than the heavy duty. KitchenAid is a division of Whirlpool Corporation.

Reasons to get a KitchenAid mixer above others:

-“Cheaper Price: Kitchen Aid stand mixers are usually more affordable than other brands. In addition to the brand name, Kitchen Aid has been selling these mixers for years and has a following.”

-“Strength: The mixer motor is stronger than others that make it difficult to dent or break.”

-“Space Saving: This mixer can save space by being smaller than normal that can be stored more safely in a cabinet and easily transported at the same time. If a person does not have a large kitchen, Kitchen Aid mixers can be stored in more small spaces.”

-“Powerful Motor: This mixer is known for having a very powerful motor that is capable of mixing heavy dough and other recipes. The beaters are not made from plastic like some other brands which makes it easier to handle and stronger than others.”

-“Versatility: The Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer comes with 5 attachments: The K-Beater (for cookie dough), Flat Beater (for muffins and pancakes), Dough Hook (for kneading breads), Wire Whip (for whisking meringue) and the Pouring Shield (to catch food when pouring).

What is the difference between KitchenAid mixer and KitchenAid food processor?

A stand mixer is used as an aid in cooking; it includes a paddle, whisk, dough hook or other attachments to help with mixing. It can also be used to knead bread doughs and help make meals such as cookies and cakes smooth, fluffy or flaky (as when using a paddle attachment).

What is the difference between the KitchenAid models?

The KitchenAid Artisan is the most popular and basic stand mixer. The Artisan has a 325-watt motor, 5-quart mixing bowl and a planetary mixing action. The mixer also has a tilt-back head to add ingredients without interrupting the mixing process.

The KitchenAid Professional Stand Mixer is designed with more powerful motor and larger bowl (6.5 quarts) than the KitchenAid Artisan model, with all the same features of the Artisan model except with some minor differences such as larger size and heavier weight.

The KitchenAid Professional Series Stand Mixer has a wide range of power choices for users to choose from, with the choice of 250 watts, 450 watts and 550 watts. The larger power capacity allows for faster and more thorough mixing as well as heavy duty duty to mix heavier blends such as cake batters.

This model is designed for the commercial kitchen. It comes with a 7-quart bowl, eight speed options, tilt-back head and a choice of three different motors (380 watts, 570 watts or 780 watts). In addition to this professional series stand mixer, it also comes with additional attachments such as dough hook and wire whip.

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This is the most powerful Kitchen Aid mixer. The model has a 750-watt motor that is built for heavy duty use and fast mixing speed. The Kitchen Aid Professional Series stand mixer can handle the heaviest of ingredients, produce mixtures that are smooth, fluffy and silky and has more power to maneuver through large batches of ingredients.

What is the difference between custom and Artisan KitchenAid mixers?

The KitchenAid Artisan Series comes with a 7-quart bowl and five speed options. The seven speed options allow the user to choose a speed that will best suit their cooking needs.

The KitchenAid Custom Series comes with either a 9-quart or 12-quart bowl and six speed options. The nine-speed options include: Low (1), Medium (2), High (3), Fast (4) and Very High. The 12-speed option has two levels: High and Very High. The higher level allows for increased power while the lower level can be used for softer doughs, batters or bread doughs that require more finesse to create the desired texture.

What is the difference between an artisan and a classic KitchenAid?

A classic KitchenAid is the easiest to operate. It has 4 speed settings and a power switch. It only has 2 attachments for mixing: The flat beater and wire whip. An artisan Kitchen Aid mixer, on the other hand, is a lot more versatile than a classic KitchenAid mixer. The artisan can come with 5 or 7 speed settings, and it also comes with an extra attachment such as a dough hook, whisk or specialty beaters that would require extra attachments if one were to purchase them separately. The artisan offers a lot more versatility in recipes by being able to mix things such as cinnamon rolls easily and quickly without having to purchase an additional attachment for it.

CONCLUSION:

“The following review of the KitchenAid Artisan KHM20 stand mixer begins with a brief summary of findings from the performance tests, followed by an evaluation of the machine itself. The final section adds a discussion about cost and availability. As indicated at the start of this review, the KitchenAid Artisan KHM20 stand mixer has an 11-year warranty, so it can be expected to last a good while.” The Mixer comes with four speed settings (Low – Highest). The difference between them is in their horsepower; Low = 1.5 HP, Medium = 2 HP, High = 3 HP and Very High = 4 HP. The Duty Cycle is 80%. The Artisan KHM20 stand mixer is a mid-range stand mixer. It has the eighth highest speed rating of the 11 machines we tested, and it came in fifth in mixing performance (see Table 2). It led in Dough Performance, but it had poor scores in Batter and Cookie Performance. The machine was average for both quietness and ease of use.” The Artisan KHM20 is solid. It feels well made, with some heft to it (as explained above) even though it only weighs 25 pounds. Many people enjoy this about this product, despite the fact it may not be as “easy to clean” as other models.

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