Bartec blenders from Imperial

27 March 2008 by
Bartec blenders from Imperial

BarTec blenders have been designed to make light, and quiet, work of mixing cocktails and smoothies without leaving unwanted chunks of fruit or ice in the drink. All feature non-slip, shock-absorbing rubber feet.

The BTC329 is a ventilated model with a 750W motor, two-speed control and 1.3-litre stackable containers. The blender has a self-lubricating ball-bearing system built into the blade to prolong the life of the motor, clutch fitting to reduce noise, and a safety switch.

The BTC435 is fitted with a 2hp self-compensating motor that achieves a constant speed by monitoring the load and automatically changing the speed as needed. The computerised touchpad can be programmed with time allotments (15, 25, 35 and 45 seconds), and the stackable 64oz polycarbonate containers allow several drinks to be mixed at once.

The BTC628, which can be built into the counter, is a 2.5hp blender that adds an LED control board that can be programmed to produce four different drinks at the touch of a button.

Extra benefits on the hitech BTC728 include a 3hp motor, an LCD display that can accept 36 programmes, remote control, and laptop diagnosis via a USB link.

To buy it, call 01509 260150
Imperial Catering Equipment

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