Which Frozen Yogurt Machine Should I Purchase? What to Consider When Buying a Frozen Yogurt Machine WHERE SHOULD I BUY A FROZEN YOGURT MACHINE?
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Things to consider before purchasing a frozen yogurt maker
We have more than five years of experience managing a gelateria/ice cream shop, so we are aware of all the things a business owner has to keep in mind. Making sure you have the right frozen yogurt machine to produce the greatest, highest-quality frozen yogurt in the world is one of them.
3 Points to Think About Before Purchasing a Machine
MACHINE CAPACITY, first
The number of servings a frozen yogurt maker generates per minute can be used to gauge its capacity. A larger volume results in higher prices since a bigger volume requires more power to manufacture.
The serving size is one 4-ounce cup.
- 1 to 2 servings per minute for low volume
- 4 servings per minute at medium volume.
- 7 servings per minute on average with a high volume
For self-serve locations, our advice is to buy many low-volume froyo machines and disperse them throughout your store. We advise buying a few high-volume machines if your business offers full or behind-the-counter service or is primarily focused on selling frozen yogurt to create higher volumes more quickly.
2. TECHNOLOGY/FEATURES OF THE MACHINE
Above all other bells and whistles a machine may have, there are three aspects you should pay attention to its cooling system, mix alert, and electrical phase.
There are alternatives for water- and air-cooled machines. We advise you to choose an air-cooled machine if your AC system is good. We advise you to choose a water-cooled device if you reside in a warmer region and lack access to a cooling space. In this post, we go into further depth regarding the cooling system that is most appropriate in each circumstance.
ALARM -> MIX
When the product mix is becoming too low, a mixed alarm (also known as a “Low mix alarm”) will sound. Additionally, it turns off your compressor and dasher automatically. This is very beneficial since if your product runs out, it could freeze and harm your machine’s blades and tubes.
Both single-phase and three-phase machines are available. While single-phase outlets are more frequent in all buildings, three-phase devices are more energy efficient. In this post, we outline the distinctions and benefits of each choice.
EASY OF CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF MACHINES
Because you need to know how long it takes to clean a machine, what equipment you need, or whether or not you need an expert technician to repair your machine, it is highly advised that you inquire about the available maintenance alternatives. It’s crucial to consider these expenses since they might accumulate over time.
WHICH MACHINE SHOULD I SELECT AND HOW MANY SHOULD I BUY?
You may choose how many frozen yogurt machines to purchase based on the size of your business, your expenditure limit, and your anticipated yearly sales. The number might range from 1 to 10, although more machines do not necessarily translate into more income.
For a modest ice cream business, three machines are a reasonable general estimate, while for a small restaurant wanting to add ice cream as a secondary source of income to supplement their primary sales, one machine is a good estimate.
WHAT KIND OF APPLIANCES?
A Taylor C713 is one of our suggestions for a commercial yogurt machine. In comparison to a new one, which would cost you roughly $15,000, our pricing range for it is between $5,000 and $7,200. The C713 features a mixed alarm that is water- or air-cooled and is ideal for big volume sales. It is very simple to clean.
We can assist you with your soft serve ice cream business plan if you’re looking at how to launch an ice cream venture. We are here to increase your bottom line, whether it be with a frozen yogurt product or a shop location. At Slices Concession, we sell a wide variety of frozen yogurt machines.