Price : $359.00
Brand : Samson Brands

Welles or Peoples Juice Press

The Welles Juice Press (also known as the Peoples Juice Press) extracts juice containing high levels of nutrients from fruit and vegetables by pressing (squeezing) pulp. The nutrients and juice are forced out of the pulp fibers when pressed using 2 tons of pressure. The pressure exerted by this pressing method is thought to release extra nutrients and enzymes that would otherwise ‘adhere’ to the pulp and left behind by juicing machines. The Welles is made from white powder-coated steel and has a stainless steel splash plate. The drip tray is made of a specialized non-leaching plastic designed for use with foods. This is a manual juice press that works by placing the fruit and vegetable pulp from a juice extracting machine, such as Samson 6-1 or Green Power KPE, juicers. You can use left over pulp for the juicing process or just us the juicer to make pulp with the appropriate attachment. The pulp is placed into a pressing cloth, 2 are supplied with the Welles Press, the cloth is folded and placed on the drip tray. The tray is raised using the jack handle, pressing the clothe between the juicing plate and the drip tray.. When the pressing cloth containing the pulp is squeezed between the tray and the pressing plate the juice and nutrients are extracted from the pulp and flow off the drip tray into a bowl or other catcher (not included). You can also use the Welles Press with whole produce such as grapes by placing them directly into the pressing cloth. Cleaning the Welles – Peoples Juice Press is simple, just slide the tray out along with the press plate and rinse it in warm water. Rinse the pressing cloth and store it in the freezer to keep it sterile…. Pressing Reclaims Lost Nutrients from Vegetable Pulp – The pulp from organic vegetables is too valuable to be discarded. Pressing actually releases vitamins, minerals and enzymes that literally “bind” to the pulp. The hydraulic press separates the bio-available nutrients that act as powerful hea


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