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O.T. Commercial Mixer Suggestions?

A friend of mine needs to grow her bakery. She's using a commercial kitchen that she rents right now but needs a bigger mixer. She's looking for a capacious (perhaps 20 quarts or more) quality commercial-duty mixer. Any suggestions?
She bakes crackers and desserts and a bit of sourdough bread. Her crackers are addicting. I always have some in stock now.
Fullstopbakery.com if you're interested -- she ships and the crackers keep well. The chocolate biscotti, which might not be on the slightly-out-of-date website but can be ordered, is also great.
Thanks!
Somewhere on the Colorado Front Range

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  • lkapigianlkapigian Posts: 8,179
    Anything Hobart .....check Craigslist 
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  • calikingcaliking Posts: 15,666
    pinging @ColbyLang .

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  • ColbyLangColbyLang Posts: 1,487
    Hobart definitely the end all be all in her size operation. Make em all the way up to 140 qt size set ups I think. Multiple bowls easily attained. Many used equipment options. Check out bakeryequipment.com or even envoy bakery equipment. Hobarts should be very readily available
  • WeberWhoWeberWho Posts: 9,310
    I'll echo what is said above. Her safest bet is Hobart. Hobart most likely will have parts readily available when something comes up. I believe Hobart also has their own service techs. 


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  • RRPRRP Posts: 24,109
    Every time I hear/read Hobart I think of a friend’s pizza biz and his MONSTER Hobart “mixer” that he said weighed 1,100 pounds! He always said if the pizza biz went down he could go back to being a bricklayer with that monster! 
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  • CorvCorv Posts: 98
    Thanks everyone, this has been very helpful.
    Somewhere on the Colorado Front Range
  • ColbyLangColbyLang Posts: 1,487
    RRP said:
    Every time I hear/read Hobart I think of a friend’s pizza biz and his MONSTER Hobart “mixer” that he said weighed 1,100 pounds! He always said if the pizza biz went down he could go back to being a bricklayer with that monster! 
    That’s small @RRP. My mixers are 1200# dough capacity. Heavy ain’t the word
  • RRPRRP Posts: 24,109
    ColbyLang said:
    RRP said:
    Every time I hear/read Hobart I think of a friend’s pizza biz and his MONSTER Hobart “mixer” that he said weighed 1,100 pounds! He always said if the pizza biz went down he could go back to being a bricklayer with that monster! 
    That’s small @RRP. My mixers are 1200# dough capacity. Heavy ain’t the word
    I sure never meant to get into a Hobart weight p*ssin contest! BUT it looks like YOU win FOR SURE!
    Re-gasketing America one yard at a time.
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