Planetary Mixer, Floor - 60 Qt

Manufacturer: Globe / MPN : SP60 /

Planetary Mixer, Floor - 60 Qt

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Product Description

Globe's SP60 Sixty-Quart Mixer brings high torque planetary mixing power to a compact, budget-friendly floor model. This durable mixer is designed to last with its thick transmission gears and shafts plus a rigid cast iron construction. Dual bowl clamps hold the bowl in place when in use to protect the agitator from damage. Consistent kneading and mixing performance are ensured with the electronic speed and load control. From pizzerias to bakeries, school kitchen to restaurants, this SP60 Planetary Mixer will bring years of dependable operation to your food service operation.

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SP60 Specifications

MFG Globe
UOM Each
UPC 669452760605
Weight 795.0000
Ext. Width 25.25 Inches
Ext. Depth 30.5 Inches
Ext. Height 51.5 Inches
Stock Factory Stock Item
Lead Time 5 to 7 Business Days
California Residents WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -
Certifications NSF, cETLus
Horse Power 3 HP
Drive Type Gear
Capacity 60 Qt.
NEMA Configuration 5-15P
Warranty 2 Year


This item ships from the manufacturer; departs in 5 to 7 Business Days.

Features & Benefits


  • Thick shafts and gears in the transmission provide strength and longevity
  • Compact design with slide away bowl guard take up limited space
  • Rigid cast iron construction withstands high torque of heavy loads
  • Digital controls provide more accurate and consistent results from one batch to the next
  • Dual spring-loaded bowl clamps keep bowl locked in and stable and reduce agitator damage


  • 3 fixed speeds
  • 3 HP motor
  • Cast iron body
  • Thermal overload protection
  • Safety interlocked bowl lift and bowl guard
  • #12 attachment hub
  • 60 minute digital timer and last batch recall
  • Nonslip rubber feet
  • Includes: 60 qt stainless steel bowl, aluminum flat beater, stainless steel wire whip, aluminum  spiral dough hook, bowl truck, stainless steel bowl guard with built in ingredient chute