7 Best Large Capacity Juicers

The edi­tors of Exper­tol­ogy mag­a­zine present you with an overview of the most remark­able mod­els of juicers with much more per­for­mance than house­hold ones, but at the same time they will be quite com­pact and inex­pen­sive.

Rating of the best high capacity juicers

Domestic high-capacity juicers are better than imported ones

With­in the frame­work of this par­tic­u­lar top­ic, our experts received some­what unusu­al results. All mod­els includ­ed in the review are of Russ­ian or Belaru­sian pro­duc­tion. But these results seem unusu­al only at first glance.

Domes­tic juicers often notice­ably lose to import­ed sam­ples in terms of ergonom­ics, qual­i­ty of mate­ri­als, appear­ance and noise. But it is pre­cise­ly in terms of per­for­mance that they give for­eign mod­els a seri­ous head start at a com­pa­ra­ble or even sig­nif­i­cant­ly low­er cost.

Today’s review will focus on domes­tic or Belaru­sian trade­marks that are not “ashamed” of their ori­gin. Since there are many exam­ples of house­hold appli­ances from man­u­fac­tur­ers with Russ­ian roots and cap­i­tal, but in every pos­si­ble way mas­querad­ing as import­ed ones.

The vast major­i­ty of import­ed and pseu­do-import­ed juicers are strict­ly domes­tic — they are able to pre­pare a glass or two of juice in one go, after which the device will need rest and, most like­ly, a thor­ough clean­ing. Pro­cess­ing raw mate­ri­als in tens of kilo­grams per hour, as domes­tic juicers do with ease, they are not capa­ble in prin­ci­ple. And those that are capa­ble are already con­sid­ered at least for com­mer­cial and almost indus­tri­al use. The price of such mod­els is a clear over­price, and there­fore we will not con­sid­er them.

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MEZ Zhuravinka SVSP-303

Rat­ing: 4.9


Let’s start with the most com­pact and mod­est juicer in terms of pow­er, which fits into the cat­e­go­ry of high-per­for­mance ones. This is the famous “Zhu­ravin­ka”, which is still pro­duced and suc­cess­ful­ly sold by the Belaru­sian plant “Elek­trod­vi­ga­tel” (Mogilev).

A sim­i­lar mod­el was pro­duced back in Sovi­et times, but its mod­ern ver­sion is more pow­er­ful — a 160W motor. Esti­mat­ed capac­i­ty for juice out­put is about 700g per minute. The func­tion of a shred­der-grater is not pro­vid­ed here, but giv­en the ini­tial­ly min­i­mal func­tion­al­i­ty and afford­able cost, it can not be con­sid­ered a dis­ad­van­tage.

The juicer comes with a 0.5L juice con­tain­er and a 1L waste con­tain­er. The small vol­ume of the glass for juice should not con­fuse any­one, as this mod­el is capa­ble of long-term con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion with the pro­cess­ing of tens of kilo­grams of apples. Actu­al­ly, this mod­el, like many of this type, is focused specif­i­cal­ly on the most effi­cient pro­duc­tion of apple juice, and with oth­er raw mate­ri­als there will be com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent indi­ca­tors.

In addi­tion, you need to under­stand that only hard vari­eties of apples are suit­able for pro­cess­ing into juice, and mashed pota­toes will be obtained from soft vari­eties. On the oth­er hand, this has a pos­i­tive side — the juicer per­fect­ly grinds pota­toes for mak­ing pota­to pan­cakes.

To eject the cake, a lever with auto­mat­ic return to its orig­i­nal posi­tion is pro­vid­ed. The esti­mat­ed puri­ty of the juice is 92%, but this fig­ure in prac­tice can vary great­ly depend­ing on the nature of the raw mate­r­i­al.

A notice­able dis­ad­van­tage of the mod­el can be con­sid­ered a nar­row receiv­ing hole. This implies the need to cut the apples before load­ing, which means a sig­nif­i­cant loss of time and man­u­al effort. Apple tails also need to be removed. Also, this mod­el can not boast of qui­et oper­a­tion.


  • quite com­pact;
  • long con­tin­u­ous work (paus­es are need­ed most­ly only for clean­ing);
  • lever for dis­card­ing cake;
  • suf­fi­cient­ly high puri­ty of juice;
  • can qual­i­ta­tive­ly grind pota­toes for pota­to pan­cakes.


  • quite noisy;
  • you need to cut the fruit because of the nar­row load­ing open­ing.

Summer resident SVPR-201

Rat­ing: 4.8

Summer resident SVPR-201

Let’s con­tin­ue with the Russ­ian juicer with the no less cute name “Dachnit­sa”, which is pro­duced by the Kursk plant of OJSC “Spek­tr-Pri­bor”. Here we imme­di­ate­ly make some clar­i­fi­ca­tion about the nomen­cla­ture. “SVPR-201” is not a series or mod­el, but a type of juicer dic­tat­ed by GOST. Below will be pre­sent­ed mod­els of com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent man­u­fac­tur­ers, but with exact­ly the same word­ing. We will not deep­en the sub­tleties of the clas­si­fi­ca­tion, we will only des­ig­nate this moment for a com­plete under­stand­ing.

So, here we are deal­ing with a typ­i­cal juicer with a “Sovi­et” design, but in the con­text of the top­ic of high pro­duc­tiv­i­ty, this can­not be con­sid­ered a dis­ad­van­tage. The instruc­tions indi­cate the spe­cial­iza­tion of the juicer — for apples. And although many use it to obtain large vol­umes of juice from oth­er raw mate­ri­als, it must be under­stood that the extrac­tion effi­cien­cy in this case can be great­ly reduced and there may even be a poten­tial threat of dam­age.

The prin­ci­ple of oper­a­tion of this mod­el is cen­trifu­gal. The pow­er of the device is 280W. Here and below, we indi­cate the pow­er only in terms of pow­er con­sump­tion, since it does not say much about per­for­mance by itself. But it is pre­cise­ly the per­for­mance here that is esti­mat­ed at 1 liter of juice per minute. This is a lot and is incom­pa­ra­ble with con­ven­tion­al kitchen mod­els, but at the same time, it is not a record. Effi­cien­cy is about 50% accord­ing to the pass­port, but it can even vary towards improve­ment, depend­ing on the nature of the raw mate­r­i­al. In fair­ness, we add that the pro­duc­tiv­i­ty of 60 liters per hour is still, for the most part, the max­i­mum capac­i­ty of this mod­el. More often, the indi­ca­tors are notice­ably low­er, but with a guar­an­tee you can get 15 liters of juice in two hours from the Sum­mer Res­i­dent, which is also very good.

Com­pared to the mod­el described above, there is a seri­ous advan­tage here — there is no need to cut apples with rare excep­tions and remove the tails. A sharp and strong stain­less steel knife grinds such “lit­tle things” into dust.

The weight of the juicer is quite decent — 10.5 kg. Dimen­sions — 38.5x38.5x44cm. The design is quite sta­ble due to rub­ber­ized legs and con­sid­er­able weight.


  • rel­a­tive­ly com­pact;
  • ease of oper­a­tion;
  • effi­cien­cy;
  • all-met­al stain­less steel fil­ter;
  • stain­less steel knife;
  • sta­bil­i­ty and min­i­mal vibra­tion (there are iso­lat­ed excep­tions in reviews);
  • no need to cut apples and remove pony­tails.


  • faulty puri­ty of juice;
  • com­plaints about the non-remov­able fil­ter, which is incon­ve­nient to clean.

Rossoshanka SVPR-201

Rat­ing: 4.7


Anoth­er mod­el of Belaru­sian pro­duc­tion. Rossoshanka was also devel­oped in accor­dance with GOST and its type is clear­ly indi­cat­ed in the name — SVPR-201. How­ev­er, this does not make it an exact copy of either the pre­vi­ous mod­el or the next one on the list, because despite all the stan­dards, their char­ac­ter­is­tics dif­fer quite sig­nif­i­cant­ly.

This mod­el is also focused on the pro­duc­tion of apple juice in large vol­umes. The pow­er of the device is 200W and, in com­bi­na­tion with oth­er char­ac­ter­is­tics, this gives a pro­duc­tiv­i­ty of up to 70kg of apples per hour. The out­put effi­cien­cy is about 50%. Of course, these are bench­marks for the ide­al­ly “cor­rect” raw mate­r­i­al — hard apples.

The prin­ci­ple of oper­a­tion of the juicer is cen­trifu­gal. It is rel­a­tive­ly com­pact — about 400x300mm, has a sym­met­ri­cal design, weighs 13kg. Sym­me­try here is not a design fac­tor, but is done for rea­sons of sta­bil­i­ty when work­ing. Design is per­haps the weak­est point of this mod­el, how­ev­er, oth­er options in the review are not far gone.

This mod­el is designed on the meringue of the almost leg­endary domes­tic Salyut juicer, but with some changes. A clear dis­ad­van­tage here is the absence of even a mechan­i­cal man­u­al ejec­tion of the cake, not to men­tion auto­mat­ic. But there are plen­ty of ben­e­fits too. It has a strong sta­ble con­struc­tion, long con­tin­u­ous run time, over­all long ser­vice life, has­sle-free pro­cess­ing of pit­ted sliced ​​apples, and even a con­ve­nient dynam­ic motor stop func­tion.


  • com­pact;
  • increased pow­er;
  • sym­met­ri­cal sta­ble design;
  • juice yield effi­cien­cy;
  • dynam­ic brake of the elec­tric motor.


  • there are no devices for con­ve­nient ejec­tion of the cake, it must be select­ed man­u­al­ly;
  • quite unsight­ly appear­ance.

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Penzmash SVPR-201 Salyut

Rat­ing: 4.7

Penzmash SVPR-201 Salyut

Now let’s look at the pre­de­ces­sor of Rossosh­ka, the Salyut juicer, well-known in the CIS, man­u­fac­tured by the Penz­mash plant. This is a wide­spread coun­try option, and it is rec­om­mend­ed to oper­ate it pre­cise­ly in the con­di­tions of wide spaces of a sub­ur­ban area. Despite the rel­a­tive­ly tol­er­a­ble appear­ance, this mod­el is too noisy and vibrat­ing for a city apart­ment.

The engine pow­er of this mod­el is twice as high as that of the pre­vi­ous one — 400W. The pro­duc­tiv­i­ty is com­pa­ra­ble and even in some places more than 70 kg of apples per hour. The puri­ty of juice with opti­mal raw mate­ri­als reach­es 92%. Pro­cess­ing effi­cien­cy in terms of cake vol­ume is about 50%.

The load­ing open­ing of this mod­el is wide enough so that medi­um-sized fruits pass with­out prob­lems. Nev­er­the­less, judg­ing by the test results and the opin­ions of many users, it is advis­able to at least cut the apples in half before load­ing, and also load them on dif­fer­ent sides in turn. In this way, you can get increased effi­cien­cy and min­i­mize vibra­tion and sway, which in this mod­el, along with noise, are a notice­able draw­back.

“Salut”, like many oth­er high-per­for­mance juicers of this type, is ide­al­ly “com­pat­i­ble” with hard vari­eties of apples and oth­er fruits. Soft vari­eties, and espe­cial­ly toma­toes, are def­i­nite­ly not for her, and for such raw mate­ri­als a dif­fer­ent mod­el will def­i­nite­ly be need­ed.


  • high qual­i­ty of extrac­tion for a juicer of this class;
  • cut­ting and pit­ting are not need­ed;
  • enough dry cake;
  • dynam­ic brak­ing mode.


  • man­u­al removal of cake;
  • noise and vibra­tion.

BelOMO “Garden”

Rat­ing: 4.6


Anoth­er exam­ple of sol­id Belaru­sian house­hold appli­ances. Actu­al­ly, “Sadovaya” is a pop­u­lar name that has nat­u­ral­ly attached itself to BelO­MO juicers. Here we are already see­ing some addi­tion­al use­ful fea­tures, in addi­tion to spin alone.

But first of all, about the appear­ance. Of course, this is not an exam­ple of high aes­thet­ics, but there is still at least some design here, so the juicer is unlike­ly to spoil the inte­ri­or of the kitchen. Its dimen­sions are quite “desk­top” — 391x252x302mm, and the weight is much less than that of all of the above — about 6kg.

As regards the qual­i­ty fac­tor of mate­ri­als, the Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er should be praised. Not saved on any­thing real­ly impor­tant — an alu­minum cen­trifuge with thick walls, a stain­less steel grater disk of great thick­ness, an asyn­chro­nous elec­tric motor is gen­er­al­ly prac­ti­cal­ly inde­struc­tible.

Now to the main thing. The per­for­mance of this mod­el is com­pa­ra­ble to the pre­vi­ous ones — with­in an hour, the juicer is able to process tens of kilo­grams of apples with an out­put of up to 10 liters of juice. The soft­er the vari­eties, the more moist the cake will be, and the less juice will be released, but this is obvi­ous. It is impor­tant that, unlike many sim­i­lar mod­els, “Sadovaya” is able to process even toma­toes to obtain real­ly toma­to juice of a con­sis­ten­cy that is well known to us. But here you have to come to terms with sig­nif­i­cant loss­es of raw mate­ri­als, so it makes sense to pro­duce toma­to juice for occa­sion­al use, and not for seri­ous har­vest­ing.

The lack of auto­mat­ic ejec­tion of the cake looks like a dis­ad­van­tage, although espe­cial­ly pru­dent own­ers see this as an advan­tage — you can squeeze the cake to the last drop, and then remove the cake by pulling on a spe­cial lever.


  • tol­er­a­ble appear­ance;
  • sol­id and reli­able mate­ri­als;
  • dura­bil­i­ty;
  • can process even toma­toes (with seri­ous reser­va­tions);
  • shred­ding func­tion.


  • no auto­mat­ic pulp ejec­tion.

Axion SC 32.02 Juice

Rat­ing: 4.5

Axion SC 32.02 Juice

Now let’s look at anoth­er inter­est­ing mod­el, which is in many ways sim­i­lar to the Belaru­sian Zhu­ravin­ka even out­ward­ly. But there are still fun­da­men­tal dif­fer­ences. The man­u­fac­tur­er is the Aksion plant of the same name, Izhevsk.

Let’s start with the main dif­fer­ence, it is also the advan­tage of this mod­el. In addi­tion to the pro­duc­tion of juice, the unit is also capa­ble of chop­ping veg­eta­bles, quick­ly cut­ting fruits and veg­eta­bles into slices. The method here is sim­ple — the pack­age comes with sev­er­al dif­fer­ent noz­zles that are easy to change.

The dimen­sions of the juicer are 23×29×25cm when assem­bled and 32×32×24.5cm with pack­ag­ing. Own weight — ‎4.62kg, togeth­er with pack­ag­ing — 5.6kg. The case pro­vides space for com­pact stor­age of the elec­tric cord. Cord length — 1.5m.

The pow­er of the juicer motor is 250W. The juice out­put capac­i­ty here is much low­er than that of the mod­els described above — in terms of “ref­er­ence” raw mate­ri­als, that is, hard vari­eties of apples, pro­cess­ing up to 30 kg of apples per hour will be obtained. With the attach­ment for chop­ping, pro­duc­tiv­i­ty will, of course, increase, more­over, twice — up to 60 kg of apples per hour. With the slic­ing attach­ment, the per­for­mance will be almost the same — up to 57 kg per hour. By the way, if you are sure that you will def­i­nite­ly not need addi­tion­al noz­zles, you can look at the basic mod­el STs 32.01, which will be cheap­er.

Both ver­sions of the juicer have a built-in pulp removal mech­a­nism with­out the need to stop work. But you need to care­ful­ly mon­i­tor the con­di­tion and real­ly remove the cake in time, oth­er­wise excess pulp will begin to get into the juice, addi­tion­al vibra­tion will appear.

The nat­ur­al dis­ad­van­tage of this mod­el is high noise, but it is also quite expect­ed, which is easy to put up with, because you actu­al­ly have to use the juicer only in the sea­son, and then often not in the apart­ment. A more tan­gi­ble draw­back is that the cake exit hole is often clogged.


  • almost unlim­it­ed time of con­tin­u­ous work;
  • rather wide receiv­ing neck;
  • strong and sharp steel knives;
  • addi­tion­al noz­zles;
  • com­part­ment for pow­er cord;
  • 24 months war­ran­ty.


  • noise;
  • the pulp out­let is often clogged.

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Neptune KAGI.332215.001

Rat­ing: 4.5

NEPTUNE KAJI.332215.001

And our review will be com­plet­ed by the most impres­sive domes­tic juicer. In terms of per­for­mance, it leaves all of the above described far behind, and still has some oth­er advan­tages. Pro­duc­er — plant “Nep­tune”, Stavropol.

So, the main thing in this mod­el is per­for­mance. The juicer is capa­ble of pro­cess­ing up to 120 kg of apples per hour with a juice out­put of up to 60 liters. If the raw mate­r­i­al is close to flaw­less­ness in terms of the com­bi­na­tion of hard­ness and juici­ness, then the juicer will be able to process in an hour or more — up to 180 kg of apples with an out­put, respec­tive­ly, of up to 90 liters of juice.

Sim­ple arith­metic sug­gests that the effi­cien­cy is about 50%, like most oth­er domes­tic and Belaru­sian juicers of this class. In fact, this is the main draw­back of the mod­el. Real effi­cien­cy is often low­er, some­times sig­nif­i­cant­ly. That is, once again — the per­for­mance is out­ra­geous, but mediocre effi­cien­cy, and wet cake is the norm rather than the excep­tion here.

Anoth­er del­i­cate point — the car is cer­tain­ly not for a city apart­ment. The roar of the engine and mov­ing parts can some­how be trans­ferred only in open space, in extreme cas­es in a pri­vate house with­out neigh­bors behind the wall.

As for the mate­ri­als, every­thing here cor­re­sponds to the ideas of the noto­ri­ous con­ver­sion — the unit is made to last. Reli­able, inde­struc­tible 320W motor is able to work con­tin­u­ous­ly for an hour. The case is unpre­pos­sess­ing, but is made of sol­id strong plas­tic. The details, although rough and com­plete­ly devoid of aes­thet­ics, are care­ful­ly fit­ted. Assem­bly and dis­as­sem­bly are quick and error-free. But you need to care­ful­ly mon­i­tor that the unit does not remain con­nect­ed to the out­let dur­ing dis­as­sem­bly, since pro­tec­tion against acci­den­tal switch­ing on is not pro­vid­ed here.

Final­ly, we empha­size that this mod­el, unlike the pre­vi­ous one, still requires peri­od­ic rest. The opti­mal scheme: one hour of con­tin­u­ous work, fol­lowed by a 10-minute break. A nice bonus is the auto­mat­ic removal of the cake into a sep­a­rate spe­cial con­tain­er. This gives addi­tion­al pro­duc­tiv­i­ty ben­e­fits, since there is no need to waste time man­u­al­ly pick­ing the pulp.


  • pow­er­ful and durable engine;
  • record per­for­mance;
  • long time of con­tin­u­ous work;
  • auto­mat­ic removal of cake.


  • exor­bi­tant noise;
  • mediocre effi­cien­cy (wet cake).

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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.







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