ESGE Hand Blender in Gastronomy Design
A Bravura Piece of Kitchen Equipment. A Hand Tool of the Trade.
The hand blender has had a steep career since its invention in the 1950s. And rightly so: This amazingly simple device is enormously versatile with a minimum of accessories. You can use it to crush, mix, whisk, pass, stir, chop, puree, emulsify, loosen, beat and grind. Unlike the stationary blender, it is always ready to hand and, above all, can be used directly on the stove and in the pots. It is one of the few household appliances that was designed for use in private kitchens and later introduced to commercial kitchen staff.
Far Superior: the ESGE Hand Blender in Gastronomy Design.
In the mid-1950s, the precision engineers of ESGE Bamix in Thurgau, Switzerland, invented and produced the first ESGE hand blender. The original remained far superior to all replicas. The current gastronomy version has an extended drive shaft; therefore, you can use it in slim and tall vessels. The extremely high-speed (up to 17,000 rpm), 200 W strong motor copes even with short-term operations at maximum speed for five minutes – and effortlessly so. A Bamix in-house development, the engine is manufactured entirely in the Thurgau factory. The metal rod driving the tools is a high-precision component with minimal tolerances. The matching tools are made of stainless steel. A patented device centres them automatically and precisely, when the tools are fitted, so they never tilt. Even under heavy use, the hand blender has a long service life: currently, devices that are more than 20 years old arrive at the manufacturer for maintenance and repair.
Synonym for the ESGE Hand Blender: the Magic Wand.
Finally, besides the hand blender’s hard and effective work in the kitchen merits its recognition, the ESGE wand has also received numerous design honours. Since Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn gave the wand its appearance in the 1960s, it has changed very little.
Accessories and Tools.
The standard tool is the multi knife for chopping, mincing and pureeing vegetables, meat and fruits, for stirring cake dough and even for crushing ice cubes. The beater beats egg white, cream and soufflés, sauces, zabaglione and tiramisù. The whisking disc stirs light pancake doughs and eggs, mashes potatoes in no time, emulsifies salad dressings as well as mayonnaises and mixes cocktails. The scope of delivery also includes a wall bracket.
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