SUPER EFFICIENT MOTOR
The OMNI 3 Horsepower Carbon Brush self-compensating motor is super energy efficient! PURCHASE BLENDER
- Quieter than the competitor's high performance blender
- Lasts longer because it cools better
- Optimized to blend with its 3 hp strength at 950 Watts super efficiently.
- Consumes less electricity
- Does not overheat
The OMNI High Performance Blender has a 3 horsepower carbon brush motor. The power is floating (self-compensating). OMNI has engineered the OMNI smoothie blender with a 3 hp motor that is energy efficient and optimized for the most efficient power usage, blending strength, noise, durability, and endurance. This is completely different from a common FAN Blender Motor, which has a steady power.
You can measure 300 W, 500 W, 600 W 900, or maximum 950 Watts (=/- 10%). If you measure this the old-tech way, this represents little less than 1.5 hp. But in this day and age, OMNI has optimized a 3 hp motor. The motor has an OVERLOAD PROTECTION FAULT SWITCH. If this motor goes over 950 Watts, for example to 960 Watts, the protection switch will drip and the motor shuts off.
The Overload-Fault Protection is important because it will protect the motor against over-load damage. Competitors’ blenders with 2 hp motors and 3 hp motors are not equipped with this new technology overload switch but have an overheat protection thermos switch only. With them, if the motor reaches a certain temperature (too hot), the motor shuts off and you have to wait for the motor to cool down before you can use it again. This sometimes can cause several minutes of blending interruption. The OMNI blender to the other hand, can continue blending without waiting. Just simply and quickly reset the Overload switch on the back of the blender and you are good to go.
The OMNI Blender motor itself is a 3 horsepower motor (746w x 3 = 2238 Watts). The highest power at 2238 Watts can only be measured when the motor shuts down due to overload or when it spikes when turned on. But the motor is electronically throttled down, controlled by a operation control circuit board (the brains).
This is because the most efficient power of a 3 horsepower motor is 950 Watts. There is no need to have more than that. More power is a waste, the factory engineers say. The OMNI 3 horsepower smoothie blender motor is optimized to run efficiently at 950 Watts and this prevents the motor from frequent over-heating, from running too noisy, and it also reduces its wear…all while the power blender blends smoothies just as good as all the other high performance blenders. The OMNI power motor is expected to last longer compared to other old-age old-tech motors.
And, as you have read already plenty of times, The OMNI V Blender costs only $259.00 FREE SHIPPING "Same Thing..., Less Money!"
According to Underwriters Laboratory (UL), they have never before in this market seen this kind of a Blender Motor technology in other high performance blending machines. OMNI is a leader of its own with this new Blender Motor Technology!
The OMNI Motor has an improved cooling system and it is significantly quieter than its 99 dB to 100+ decibel (dB) loud competitors' blenders (also in the 3 hp blender category). This noise difference in the OMNI blender is because it runs as fast as it needs too to blend and micronize all the ingredients, turning slightly slower in RPM's. This also means that it cools more efficiently, it is in other words optimized for perfect blending performance, not too noisy, more efficient cooling, and power efficient. SEE VIDEO
With maybe 10 to 15 seconds longer blending compared to its 3 horsepower rivals on the market (so what, big deal), you get the same blending micronization results and smoothie texture as with its double-priced $$$$ competitors. In our opinion, the end result matters the most and direct associate with price. That is why the OMNI V blender represents the best bang for the buck.
In order to decide for the best blender, you don't have to buy the most expensive one (anymore). The OMNI smoothie blender costs $250.00 plus shipping, runs little slower and still gets all the same smoothie-fine texture when blending up fruits, vegetables, and more. See the videos to get some reasonable idea of what the OMNI blender can do.
Most high performance blender manufacturers are stating that their blender blade has between 28,000 to 48,000 revolutions per minute (RPM). Let us assume that the average of 2 to 3 hp blenders therefore has about 36,000 revolutions. Here is an argument that possibly suggests that this RPM claim in the 30's or 40's thousand is total bogus. If the blade is supposedly turning 36,000 times that means that every second it turns 600 revolutions.
Let's count 1 second: "One-One-Thousand". Yeah,... exactly, the time it takes for you to say "one-one-thousand" represents a legal official second. Can you believe that we consumers are expected to believe that a blender blade turns 600 times in 1 second? Look at it again, be it any blender competitor. In our opinion, it is just not credible, unless a factory can proof it. Show us how...
And how does the OMNI blender compare in RPM's to its competitors? It has just about the same amount of revolutions as its competitors. Well, it is definitely more than fast enough to take off your hand should anyone actually be dumb enough to put their hand into the jar during blending. The OMNI blender runs very powerful and way faster than necessary to micronize all ingredients into a fine smoothie. It is not as noisy, runs little slower, therefore cooler, and therefore is expected to last longer.
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OMNI V 3 hp Blender Motor HousingThis is the top of the OMNI 3 hp blender housing. The rubber cushion has been already removed. You see the 4 brackets that hold the rubber cushion. Within these 4 brackets are each 1 screw. Loosen the screws / remove them to access the motor compartment / bottom of the motor to access the cooling fan. In order to access the top of the motor, you need to remove the drive socket. Of course, this should only be done by an OMNI authorized service agent, otherwise it will void the warranty. But we are just saying, should somebody remove the housing to access the motor...hypothetically speaking.
|There are 12 radial cooling vanes on the fan, as can be seen on the picture to the left. The motor is below.|
|There are 4 chambers on the bottom of the OMNI blender motor housing|
|This is another view of the motor housing and cooling chambers in the OMNI V 3 hp blender. Please remember what we said before. The OMNI cools very efficiently, it runs quieter, and with its 3 hp motor it is certainly a very strong blender, capable of blending your fruit and vegetable ingredients, even the toughest, into fine smoothie / texture.|
THE OMNI BLENDER MOTOR IS VERY ROBUST!
The motor is trying too hard to get over the debris that you sucked into it which can result in premature motor wear, bearing wear, carbon brush wear,... bottom line, before you know it the motor is not running strong anymore and you are giving us a call for warranty claim. Just so you know it and we are clear about it, this type of wear and tear that you create yourself can be avoided and prevented by cleaning your counter top before and after blending and always wiping down the blender, and especially keeping your work area free from water.
This type of breakage is not covered under warranty. If it were, it would not be fair. Don't you agree?
See the pictures to the side and below to give you some idea of what we are talking about. So please, if you care about your blender investment, keep it clean. If you send it in for warranty because it broke, we are going to open up the blender and we will see even water stains.
Regarding water stains, and sucking in water into your blender, you can't believe it, this motor is built so robust that even after sucking in water, in most cases, we can still get the motor running again. Simply take a hair blower and direct the hot air into the motor housing through one of the bottom air cooling vents for a few minutes.
This is what worn down carbon brushes look like after exposure to dirt on the motor.
Usually blenders that are dirty and soiled inside also look like this on the outside. If you blender looks like this on the outside, we can almost guarantee you that on the inside it will look like the picture below. And guess what's happening to the carbon brushes? They are grinding against the dirt that you sucked into the motor and wearing down quickly thus weakening the motor and its life.
The sight of insects inside of your blender must make you feel really pleasant. Imagine... And we leave it by that.
In this picture you can see the dust from the carbon brush wear.