Globe - SP8 - 8 qt Countertop Mixer

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Because the Globe - SP8 - 8 qt Countertop Mixer is fitted with a powerful motor and has three speed settings, it’s ideal for a commercial kitchen setting. Also, the SP8 has a streamlined build that makes it easy to use without taking up too much space on the countertop. Some of the motor’s components were heat-treated, making them very durable while allowing for a quiet operation. Furthermore, the Globe 8 Qt Countertop Mixer (SP8) comes with several accessories, ranging from a stainless steel bowl to a flat beater made from aluminum.

8 qt Countertop Mixer Features

  • Countertop mixer
  • 8 qt capacity
  • 23 in (H) x 11 7/8 in (W) x 15 7/8 in (Depth)
  • Cast aluminum body
  • Separate start and emergency stop buttons
  • Shuts down if guard is open or bowl is lowered
  • 15 minute timer
  • Safety interlocked bowl lift
  • Thermal overload protection
  • Includes: 304 stainless steel bowl, flat beater, wire whip and spiral dough hook
  • Includes 6 ft grounded power cable (NEMA 5-15P)
  • Gear driven with high torque transmission
  • Permanently lubricated transmission
  • 1/4 HP motor
  • 3 fixed speeds
  • 115V/60Hz/5A/1-Ph
  • cETLus listed
  • NSF certified
  • 2 years parts and labor warranty (excluding agitators and hub accessories - one year parts only warranty)
  • Bowl Capacity: 8 qt
  • Horsepower: 1/4 HP
  • Placement: Countertop
  • Speed: 3 Speed


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By Evergreen

from Iowa

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  • Durable


  • Paint chips

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    Comments about Globe 8 Qt Countertop Mixer:

    The Globe 8 qt mixer as compared to a high end Kitchen Aid is the better choice unless you are going to run attachments. It kneads wet heavy dough with relative ease.

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