Thunder Group 8 Cup Flour Sifter
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- 8 cup of the flour sifter
- Body, mesh, and handle are made of stainless steel
- Four wire agitator to properly sift flour
- Ideal use for restaurant, catering, pizza parlor, buffet, and other
- Easy to clean
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8 cup of the flour sifter is made of stainless steel from the body, mesh, and handle. Along with four wire agitator to properly sift flour.
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I would say though that a person really need to take into account just how large this item is (The size of a large coffee can) unless you are sifting a lot of flour, etc... at one time, then I would look at a smaller version of this brand. This is just way too big if all your making is some small home cooking pastries, bread, etc....
Rather than trying to save a few bucks on a cheaper version you will likely toss in frustration, I suggest buying this unit and only needing to buy a crank sifter ONCE! ;o)
I can easily see this sifter being passed down through generations like the quality bakeware our Moms handed down to us.
I have two reservations. The first is that the sweep bars which push the flour through the screen tend to leave a bit of a film of packed flour against the screen. This is relatively trivial. A somewhat more meaningful concern is that the 8 cup capacity may be a stretch. It was pretty full with my 5 1/2 cups. Neither of these concerns prevent me from recommending this sifter (however you may wish to compare reviews of the other available 8 cup sifter, to be sure.)
Otherwise, I concur with those who say it is built to last, from stainless steel. My old squeeze handle sifter was made, I think from galvanized steel (but it did a good job. It was just too small.)
*It's really big, so it can sift a lot of product in one take.
*It's sturdy, not like the weak/cheap ones the stores seem to carry.
*It has 4 agitators, which is awesome for quicker sifting.
*It has a sturdy handle and quality knob, not likely to warp or crack.
The bad, and it's a big bad: The mesh should be a little shorter. The agitators quickly work thru the flour, but the last 1/4 cup or so is difficult to sift. If the mesh were just a bit tighter, the agitators could make quick work of the last remaining bits. Instead, you have to jiggle and jump to get at those remaining stubborn lumps. I'll still take this big monster over the smaller cheaper ones, but it's important to note this drawback. And that's a major one; the sole purpose of the product. I take away two stars just for this. Otherwise, it'd be 5 stars all the way.
As far as clean-up, I wash mine by hand, so cleanup was a breeze.
If I had to buy again, I would. Even with the pitfall, it still seems to be one of the better sifters available at this price point.