Norwalk Juicer, Model 290Norwalk Juicer, Model 290
A short break down on what comes standard with the Norwalk Juicers model 290
Norwalk Juicer, Build it your way Model 290
You have the option of building the Norwalk Model 290 Juicer just how you want to use it. You can make your selections as you add to shopping cart.
Norwalk Juicer, Model 290 Set up
How to easily set up your Norwalk Model 290 Juicer. Emily also shows which items are Dishwasher safe. The Juice tray will work on Models 240 through Model 290.
Norwalk Juicer, Model 290 Straight Housing
Juicing carrots in the Norwalk Model 290 for the first time, using the model 290 straight housing. Tips on how to avoid throwback.
The decision for an offset housing or a straight housing will largely depend on what you are juicing and the quantities you want to make. Both housings are stainless steel and there is no difference in price.
The Straight housing has been used on our juicers for several decades. It is quick and efficient for producing a quality pulp to extract juice. Some people may struggle with learning how to use the straight housing correctly and will get "throwback". Throwback is when your produce hits the cutter blade and bounces up the tube and is thrown up out of the tube. If you follow the directions you should quickly learn how to avoid throwback. The straight housing is slightly quicker for juicing if you are doing large quantities of juice or leafy green produce.
The offset housing was designed to prevent throwback. The offset housing curves and the produce hits the cutter blade at an angle so it is not thrown out the tube. With the offset housing you will need to slice your produce slightly smaller than with the straight housing and leafy greens will need to be fed through the tube slowly. If you are juicing mainly carrots or hard root vegetables then this housing is easier to use.