The name “slow juicer” is rather confusing to many people. The Hurom Slow Juicer is a juice extractor that uses a patented Low Speed Technology System(LSTS). Don’t let the name “slow” fool you. In fact the speed it does is as fast as your traditional centrifugal juicer.

What Is A Slow Juicer? The reason is that the speed of the motor operates at only 80-90RPM, uses only 150watt of energy. A typical “high speed” centrifugal juicer operates at 1,000-24,000RPM and it uses up to 1,500 watts of energy. With this information, slow juicer is much more economical to own and a real cost-saving to consumers.

The pulp expelled is drier than the traditional centrifugal juicer which also means that you will get alot more juice from the produce. Think of it, another cost saving!! The method of extraction is masticating and pressing, using the screw-like auger, it actually crushes and presses the fruits/vegetables, which means it preserves more phytonutrients, extra vitamins and minerals.

It also breaks up more of the phytonutrients, resulting in a richer colored juice that retains more vitamins and minerals. You get to drink a more healthier juice.

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The slow RPM ensures that it does not disrupt the cellular structure of fruits and vegetables, eliminating oxidation and separation. Thus, it preserves the precious enzymes and nutrients that are closest to its natural form, even from leafy greens, soy, and even wheat grass. Lesser oxidation so you can observe more natural color is retained.

One more benefit of the slow juicer is its quietness. Nobody likes a noisy kitchen to disturb the peace and quiet of the household. It’s also easy and quick to clean, making a tedious job more pleasant.

All in all the slow juicer is superior to other types of juicers because it retains more of the beneficial nutrients which means you get to drink better and healthier juices!

 

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Model: HGH-1000 Horizontal Type

Model: HGH-1000

 

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