- Stainless Steel
- Juicing Process
- Dual Gear Triturating / Cold Press
- Operating Speed
- 82 rpm
- Grinding Force
- 3 hp
- Maximum Run Time
- 30 minutes
- Size and Weight
Weight: 9.4 kilograms (20.7 pounds) Size of gears: 212.7mm (8 ⅜”) x 34mm (1 ⅜”) ⌀
- Safety Features
- Automatic Heat Sensor
- Extra Rocker Switch
- Internal Gear Protection
- Reinforcement of Switch Panel
- Double Protection of Motor and Main Housing Unit, and Screen Housing
- Automatic Overload Sensor
- Country of Origin
- South Korea
- Domestic: 10 years limited (motor) / 1 year limited (parts)
Commercial: 1 year limited
What’s in the Box
Standard Extractor Housing
with Silicone O-Ring
Plastic Collection Tubs
Coarse Extractor Housing
for Soft Fruits
Blank Extractor Housing
for Nut Butters, Sorbets & more
Stainless Steel Jug
Premium Cleaning Brush
with Silicone Ring
There is often some uncertainty as to what differences there are between models of Angel juicers. All models are exactly the same in size and design and differ in only two ways:
The 5500 model is the strongest and most reliable of the three available, with less functions being performed on the circuit board and a stronger steel on the screen and gears. It is durable and without compromise when juicing vegetables, leafy greens and firm fruits. A manual reverse function can be operated if the machine becomes congested. It is made entirely from grade 304 stainless steel, which is the most common form of stainless steel used around the world and stronger than grade 316.
The 7500 model is designed with an automatic reverse function, which senses blockages caused by overloading and automatically reverses in an effort to remove the congestion. Made entirely from 304 grade stainless steel.
The 8500S model also has the automatic reverse function, but the grinding gears, extraction housing and splash guard are made from grade 316 stainless steel. The body of this model is made from grade 304 stainless steel.
304 is the most commonly used food grade stainless steel; it is used in kitchen, food, dairy, brewing, hospital and sanitation applications.
316 is the second most commonly used food grade stainless steel, with the same uses as 304, but has better corrosion resistance because it contains a higher percentage of nickel than 304. As such, it is often used in coastal regions and outdoor areas.
It is often assumed that grade 316 stainless steel is of greater quality than grade 304, however, this is not necessarily the case. Grade 316 stainless steel is more expensive to manufacture and is sometimes referred to as surgical grade steel due its biomedical applications. In a kitchen environment, grade 304 stainless steel usually suffices.
Because of the ability of grade 304 stainless steel to withstand the corrosive action of various acids found in fruits, meats, milk and vegetables, it is more often than not used for sinks, tabletops, coffee urns, stoves, refrigerators, milk and cream dispensers, and steam tables. Grade 304 stainless steel is also better for cooking utensils because of their constant use.