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A manual-styled reamer is used to separate citrus' juice from its pulp.
A juicer is a tool for separating juice from fruits, herbs, leafy greens and other types of vegetables from its pulp in a process called juicing. In separating the pulp, juicers concentrate the nutrition naturally present in fruits and vegetables and allows the body to more easily absorb the nutrition than digesting the solid produce. The use of juicers also makes it easier to consume more raw produce.
Reamers are used for squeezing juice from citrus such as grapefruits, lemons, limes, and oranges. Juice is extracted by pressing or grinding a halved citrus along a juicer's ridged conical center and discarding the rind. Some reamers are stationary and requiring a user to press and turn the fruit, while others are electrical, automatically turning the ridged center when fruit is pressed upon.
This electrical device is used to separate citrus' juice from its pulp.
Centrifugal juicers 
Electric centrifugal juicer
A centrifugal juicer cuts up the fruit or vegetable with a flat cutting blade. It then spins the produce at a high speed to separate the juice from the pulp.
Masticating juicers 
A masticating juicer uses a single auger to compact and crush produce into smaller sections before squeezing out its juice along a static screen while the pulp is expelled through a separate outlet.
Triturating juicers 
Triturating juicers have twin augers to crush and press produce.
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