Food Blenders

Immersion Blender
HMI200 Series

Professional results without the mess

Blend all your favorite recipe ingredients easily in a bowl or pot with a commercial immersion blender, saving time so you can perform other prep tasks. Perfect for pureeing soups, whipping egg whites, creaming butter and mixing batters.

Product Features
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Specifications
    • Detachable 9"/ 23 cm stainless steel shaft
    • Unbreakable ABS handle
    • 5 edge cutting blades
    • Two speed motor
    • Autoclavable
    • Innovative blade guard
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    • 1 year warranty

    Detachable 9"/ 23cm stainless steel shaft disconnects easily for dishwasher cleanup.

    Unbreakable ABS Handle with built-in storage hook for easy hanging and storage on wire racks.

    Performance Four blades with five cutting edges quickly cuts through ingredients for professional results every time.

    Power Tough 175 watt motor with 2 speeds that give the professional kitchens the flexibility they need to puree soups and sauces right in the pan, whip egg whites, cream butters, and mix batters.

    Autoclavable The detachable shaft is autoclavable for quick sterilization.

    Innovative Blade Guard The blade guard is designed to reduce splashing while blending and allows the mix to pass through without clogging the blade.

    We understand that your foodservice equipment is a crucial element to the profitability of your business. For a detailed warranty statement, please click here.

    This product carries a 1 year Global Care Warranty. This warrants the product against defects in material and workmanship for a period of (1) year from the date of original purchase. To understand how our Global Care warranty works, please click here.

  • Standard: Motor unit, detachable 9"/23cm chopping shaft and cutting blades

    Controls: 2-speed switch

    120V Specifications: 120V~, 60Hz, 175 Watts

    230V Specifications: 220V-240V~, 50-60Hz, 175 Watts

    Motor: 1HP

    Weight: 4.2 lbs/1.9 kg (shipping)

    Warranty: 1 years parts and labor