Norwalk Juicers Blast from the past.

Norwalk Juicers & Norwalk Manufacturing

Production April 1966 - May 1970

The past few years the Norwalk machines were known as the Nutritionator. In 1968 they changed thier names to Norwalk Food Factory.

New for 1968 was the Food Factory Peanut machine (Model 190). This was a basic Food Factory fitted with a 20 pound capacity hopper and high legs so that the individual store could make fresh peanut butter and other nut butters for its customers.

Also new for 1968 was the Food Factory Juice Bar Machine (Model 500). The basic Food Factory coupled with a much bigger hydraulic press than the Model 225 with a capacity of 1.5 quarts each time the press went up.

Model 225

Model Number 225

All electric with Nutritionator and Hydraulic Press operated by 1/2 horse power. Westinghouse motor. Juicing capacity up to six gallons per hour rated for continuous operation.

The Model 225 was the first Norwalk to incorporate a removable grid system. Different grids were placed below the cutter for different triturating applications. These machines were made in white, turquoise, copper-tan, pink, and brushed chrome finishes.

14.5" x 14.5" x 14.5". Net weight approximately 85 lbs., shipping weight about 105 lbs.

Model 225

With this machine 25 pounds of carrots can be juiced in about 20 minutes.

Norwalk Model 225

Juicing capacity up to 6 gallons / 24 quarts per hour rated for continuous operation.

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Model 500

Removable Grids
Since 1934

Juice...for Life.


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