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  • 2 hp motor; 3 mixing speeds
  • Accessories included
  • 60 minute timer
  • 220V
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Commercial Mixers

Commercial Mixers

A commercial mixer is a critical part of many foodservice businesses, especially bakeries. That’s why we’ve laid out our commercial mixers according to the major factors that most impact their performance. The first consideration is the type of mixer that you want. Planetary mixers are the most common and versatile type. They mix ingredients together in batter or dough with whisks, beaters, or hooks, for high volume jobs. Spiral mixers are great for specializing in dough and with other mixtures that have a thick texture, making them great for bread and pretzel bakeries. Last, vertical cutter mixers can be used like a giant blender for everything from salad prep to dough preparation but it gives your baked goods a different consistency than dough prepared in other mixers. Each of these mixer types is also divided into standard, medium, and heavy duty applications. Standard duty mixers give you the power needed to create foods in smaller batches. Medium duty models are good for larger quantities of food and keep up with demand. And heavy duty units are the best in terms of strength, reliability, durability, and power for bakeries and pizzerias. Every commercial mixer also comes with a different transmission. Belt driven units use a simple strap system, similar to an engine belt, to turn the agitator inside the mixing bowl which makes them easier to maintain and repair. Direct drive mixers let you change speeds with the simple push of a button, and gear driven mixers utilize an intricate inner assembly of gears and cogs to prevent slips and stutters. Finally , variable speed mixers are made specifically to deliver torque and power for light duty use. Mixers are also available with different size bowls, from 5 – 220 quarts to accommodate the quantity of ingredients that you want to mix together. Depending on the size, you can use a smaller unit on the countertop or a work table, while a larger product is best used on the floor. You can also find commercial mixers with different speed options to operate quickly or slowly, and each commercial mixer comes with an internal motor that ranges from ½ to 7 hp. Best of all, you can easily find dozens of models that are NSF Certified so you can be sure the unit you buy is easy to clean and sanitize.

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Considering the purchase of a commercial mixer for your business? Check out this short video to find out about different types of commercial mixers and what features work well for different applications.

Globe Mixer Accessories

Globe Mixer Accessories

Optional accessories. Never put your hand into the feed chute when using a mixer attachment. Only operate the attachment hub in manual mode. Do not attempt to mix ingredients in the bowl while using the hub. To operate the attachment hub, one, the mixer must be off before installing the attachment. Two, loosen and remove the attachment hub thumb screw. Three, remove the plastic cover from the attachment hub. Four, lubricate the attachment shaft with a food-quality grease or mineral oil. Five, attach the grater slicing housing or grinder housing. Make sure to line up the alignment pin with the hub hole. Six, securely tighten the thumb screw back into the hub. Note there will be a gap between the attachment and the hub. Seven, select the appropriate speed setting by lifting or lowering the speed control lever. Eight, use the untimed operation or manual operation. Nine, press the green start button located on the control panel.

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Learn how to use your Globe mixer attachments by following these step-by-step instructions!

Globe Mixer: Cleaning and Sanitizing

Globe Mixer: Cleaning and Sanitizing

Cleaning instructions. Always disconnect or unplug the electrical power from the mixer before cleaning. Dilute detergent per supplier's instruction. Do not hose down or pressure wash the mixer. Never use a scrubber pad, steel wool, or abrasive material to clean the mixer. Never use bleach, sodium hypo chlorite, or bleach-based cleaner. Always remove the agitator after each batch as the agitator can become stuck on the shaft and become difficult to remove. The entire mixer, including removable parts, must be thoroughly cleaned and sanititzed using the procedures identified by your local health department and the ServSafe essentials published by the Natural Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF). Visit www.ServSafe.com for more details. It is extremely important to sanitize the mixer and to follow the instructions on the quaternary sanitizer container to make sure proper sanitation is achieved. A capacity chart for Globe mixers can be found on page 17 of the instructional manual and is also available online at GlobeFoodEquip.com. This concludes the Globe training session for the Globe mixers. Detailed instructions for the items reviewed in this video can be found in the owners manual. Globe truly appreciates your business and we're confident that your new mixer will provide you with years of reliable service.

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Effectively clean and sanitize your Globe mixer by following these simple instructions! It is extremely that you accurately clean your mixer and ensure it is up to your local health department's standards.

Globe 10-80 Qt. Mixer Operations

Globe 10-80 Qt. Mixer Operations

Operating instructions. Bowl guards are standard on all 10 through 80 quart Globe mixers. Before removing or attaching the bowl guard, make sure the bowl is in the down or lowered position and the agitator tool is not on the shaft. Line up the ring catch on the left of the mixer. Lift the guard gently into place and rotate the guard's lower handle counter-clockwise until the unit snaps back into place with the upper part of the handle. To remove the bowl guard, push the lower part of the separated handle out clockwise, dividing the handle and releasing the guard from the rotation ring. Install the bowl before attaching the agitator. Lower the bowl cradle by pulling the bowl lift lever forward and down to its resting position. For models SP40 and SP60, rotate the bowl lift wheel counter-clockwise until it stops. For the SP62P and SP80PL, press the down arrow to lower the bowl until it stops. Note, if you have a three-phase mixer and the bowl does not lower while pushing the down arrow, check to make sure the outlet is wired properly. Lift the bowl by the handles and slowly position the locking pin into the hole in the middle rear of the cradle. Then, lower the bowl onto the pins located on either side of bowl cradle. Once the bowl is positioned on the cradle, secure the bowl by pulling each bowl clamp forward until the bowl is locked into position. Note, it is easier to install the agitator before adding the ingredients into the bowl. Rotate the bowl guard to the left so it rests in the open position. The shaft pin and the slot in the agitator must be in line. Slide the agitator slowly upward onto the planetary shaft, fitting the shaft pin through the slot on the agitator. Rotate the agitator clockwise to secure it onto the planetary shaft. Overloading or not following the capacity chart will damage the mixer and void the warranty. Refer to the capacity chart section of the user manual before operation. Agitators must always rotate in a counter-clockwise direction around the bowl. Planetary heads rotate clockwise. Make sure the speed control lever is on the first speed. Add the appropriate mixing ingredients into the bowl. Rotate the bowl lift lever up until the bowl lift lever locks into position. On the SP40 and SP60, rotate the bowl lift wheel clockwise until the bowl is all the way up into position. For the SP62P and SP80PL, press the arrow until the bowl is up into position. Rotate the bowl guard to the right until it locks into the closed position. You will hear it click into place. The mixer will not start until the bowl guard is open or the bowl is not completely in the raised position. Before starting the mixer, always change to the desired speed. Failure to do so can damage the gears or other parts and will void the warranty. Select the appropriate speed setting by lifting or lowering the speed control lever. Press the green start button to begin mixing. To change speeds while mixing, press the red stop button. Then, wait for the agitator to come to a complete stop. Change the speed by raising or lowering the speed control lever. The SP62P and SP80PL will automatically shut off if the speed is changed while the mixer is in operation. The mixer is equipped with motor overload protection. If the mixer shuts off during operation, reduce the batch size. For the SP25 and smaller models, press the stop button and then press the overload reset button located on the back of the mixer. On the larger models, wait two minutes and then press the start button on the control panel. When the ingredients have been thoroughly mixed, press the red stop button to stop the mixer. If the timer was used, the mixer will automatically stop when time has expired. Lower the bowl by pulling the bowl lift lever forward and down to its resting position. For models SP40 and SP60, rotate the bowl lift wheel counter-clockwise until it stops. For models SP62P and SP80PL, press the down arrow, the blue button, until the bowl stops. Rotate the bowl guard to the left so it is in the open position. Remove the agitator from the planetary shaft by lifting it upward, then rotating it counter-clockwise until its unlocked. Lower the agitator and remove from the planetary shaft. Push each bowl clamp backwards to unlock the bowl from the bowl cradle. Lift up slightly on the bowl so it clears the pins on the bowl cradle. Note, if using a bowl truck, release the locks before lowering the bowl. The bowl truck should be positioned under the bowl. Lower the cradle, bowl completely and the bowl will release onto the bowl truck. Your mixer is equipped with a digital timer display, minutes and seconds buttons to adjust the timed operations, and start and stop buttons. The mixer can function in either timed operation or untimed operation. The display should read 00:00 to operate in the untimed mode. Press the start button to begin mixing. the display will scroll zeros across the display from left to right while mixing. Press the stop button once the desired mixing is complete. The timer on the mixer can be set from five seconds to 60 minutes. Set the desired time. Minutes advance by one and seconds advance by fives before rolling over to zero. Press and continuously hold the up arrow buttons to the desired minutes and seconds. Press and continuously hold, the button scrolls the number cycles quickly. Once the desired time is set, check that the bowl guard and bowl lift are closed and locked into position and then press start. Wait for the time cycle to end or press stop to pause the mixing cycle. Pressing the stop button once stops the mixer and pauses the timer during operation. Pressing the stop button once while the mixer is not in operation will reset the timer to the last programmed set time. Double clicking the stop button twice within one second while the mixer is not in operation will reset the timer back to zero. Pressing stop button twice within one second to reset the timer back to zero is a feature only available for models SP10 through SP60. If a cycle is interrupted by the bowl guard being opened or by lowering the bowl lift lever, the mixer will stop. After the bowl guard and bowl lift are closed and locked into position, the start button can be pressed to continue the programmed time. To add additional minutes or seconds to a mix time, stop the mixer and adjust the cycle mixing time. Once a time cycle ends, the mixer will beep for five seconds and the digital display will flash for two minutes if not reset, indicating the time cycle is complete.

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Learn how to operate your Globe mixer with these step-by-step instructions!

Globe SP40-1 Specs
Width 25 1/4 Inches
Depth 30 1/2 Inches
Height 51 1/2 Inches
Amps 12 Amps
Hertz 60 Hertz
Phase 1 Phase
Voltage 220 Volts
Wattage 2,640 Watts
Capacity 40 qt.
Color Gray
Horsepower 2 HP
Lift Type Manual
Mixer Type Planetary
NSF Listed Yes
Number of Mixing Heads 1
Power Type Electric
RPM 74 - 272
Speeds 3
Style Lift
Transmission Type Gear-Driven
Type Floor Mixers
Usage Heavy Duty

Customer questions about this product

Does free shipping apply if this item is shipped to a residential home?
This item is only eligible for free shipping to business or commercial addresses. Please contact our Customer Solutions team prior to placing your order if you have any questions!
Can I use this standard-duty mixer to make pizza dough?
This standard-duty mixer can be used to make the occasional small batch of pizza dough, however, it should function on low speed to prevent burning out the motor. For larger, more frequent batches of pizza dough, check out our selection of heavy-duty mixers!
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Globe SP40-1 Details

This Globe SP40 40 qt. commercial stand mixer features a 2 hp, gear driven motor with three speeds so that you can power through any batch of ingredients! An ergonomic hand lever raises and lowers the bowl with ease, while an interlock system shuts down the mixer when the bowl is lowered for added safety. The sleek digital controls with LED display are easy to clean, while a digital timer provides excellent accuracy and restarts when the mixer is turned off/on.

Ready to use directly out of the box, the Globe SP40 stand mixer comes with a 40 qt. stainless steel bowl, stainless steel wire whip, aluminum spiral dough hook, aluminum flat beater, and a stainless steel bowl guard with an ingredient chute so that you can start mixing right away! For added convenience, it also boasts a #12 hub to accommodate additional attachments. The fixed speed transmission is made of heat treated, hardened alloy gears that provide high torque mixing power and quiet operation.

Overall Dimensions:
Width: 25 1/4"
Depth: 30 1/2"
Height: 51 1/2"

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  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • L6-30P


    This unit comes with a locking NEMA L6-30P plug.

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Warranty Info

Mixers shipped from the factory after 10/1/2016 will have a 2 year labor warranty; mixers shipped prior to that date will have a 1 year labor warranty.

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