Thanks to the post request from one of our followers we are comparing some of the big names in frozen yogurt machinery in this simple breakdown.
Left to right: Taylor C713, Electro Freeze SL500, Forte ss100
Large Capacity Machine
Hourly output capacity: 60 liters
Product Quality: The name in frozen yogurt machine. You can achieve great quality product with the Taylor but you will need to spend some time setting the machine up properly.
Aesthetics: Very sleek brushed steel paneling. Very modern but has some tough to clean crevices. Easy as can be for customer use.
Function/Features: Top of the line features however as with the Electro Freeze you’ll need to use a company rep for service or maintenance which can make it costly and time consuming to get serviced.
Electro Freeze SL500
Large capacity machine
Hourly output capacity: 40 liters
Product Quality: This machine also delivers good quality frozen yogurt and with the adjustable air tubes makes sure to keep the product creamy.
Aesthetics: Good clean look that’s easy to operate from a customer standpoint
Function/Features: Features are pretty great and becoming more innovative with their new additions of the VQM touch pad. However, be aware for service and maintenance it is a machine where you’ll probably need to get a specialized Electro Freeze rep. This can take a bit more time to get your machine fixed. Better to choose a machine that all contractors can fix.
Medium capacity machine with 2 hoppers that hold 12 liters each. The hourly output capacity is approximately 12 gallons
Product Quality: The machine has reported really solid results when it comes to actual quality of frozen yogurt that it produces. The consistency and taste is top notch and stands alongside more expensive brands.
Aesthetics: The front-face is somewhat old fashioned, but looks well built and sturdy. Easy to clean.
Function/Features: The LED display shows the voltage, level of freezing of the product, and machine operation. Very Simple. Easy to use for both the customer and the operator.
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