Tracing the History of Invention Blender

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Tracing the History of Invention Blender
Almost every household has a blender. We use the blender from time to time when trying to make a favorite recipe or juice.

Do you know how incredible this machine be found?

Blender started in 1922. In that year Stephen Poplawski, owner of Stevens Electric Company in Racine, Wisconsin, made ​​the first prototype blender.

This invention made ​​possible through the efforts of two previous engineers, Chester Beach and Frederick Osius, who assisted marketing expert, Louis Hamilton.

Poplawski was the first to put a spinning blade at the bottom of the container to create the first blender.

He used it to make malts and milkshakes, and then tried to sell his invention to the owner of the drug store.

In 1932, Poplawski blender received a patent for his creation that can be used for fruits and vegetables as well.

So as you can see, the best blender when it is used for all sorts of things, just like now.

In 1937, Osius improve Poplawski blender and named it Miracle Mixer.

With the financial support of Fred Waring, a former engineering student and later the leader of the orchestra, Osius change the product name into the Waring Blender.

Because it has differences with Osius, six months later ended its partnership with Fred Waring Osius and founded his own company, Waring Corporation.

He introduced the Waring Blender that year at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago and sell it at retail price U.S. $ 29.75.

Waring Blender became nationally famous in the United States and is considered as one of the best blenders on the market!

Hospitals even use it to make a complicated diet for their patients. Believe it or not, Dr. Jonas Salk used it while developing the polio vaccine.

Waring blender sales reached one million in 1954. But when Fred Waring blender passed milestone after milestone, another brand, Oster, also began to flourish.

In 1946, John Oster decided to diversify its business from shaving equipment to household electrical appliances to buy Stevens Electric, the company that pioneered by the first inventor Stephen Poplawski blender.

Soon after, the blender Osterizer ® first introduced. Blender is able to compete with Fred Waring blender. In 1960, John Oster Manufacturing Company was bought by Sunbeam Corporation.

Over the years, the design continues to be refined blender. In America, the manufacturers are also increasingly diverse as Hamilton Beach, Waring, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Breville, Braun, etc..