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VacMaster VP210 Chamber Vacuum Sealer
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- Dry maintenance-free machine pump.
- Keeps food fresh up to five times longer.
- A double seal on each bag ensures a complete and lasting seal.
- Customizable vacuum and seal methods offer a variety of packaging options.
- The VP210 can vacuum package liquids and liquid-rich foods like fresh meats, soups, marinades, and stews.
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|Item Dimensions||19 x 24 x 19 in||14 x 20 x 15 in||23 x 15.3 x 9 in||13 x 28 x 19.5 in||13 x 19.25 x 27.5 in||18.2 x 14 x 11.8 in|
The VacMaster VP 210 Chamber Machine provides a solution to the problem posed by vacuum packaging machines currently on the market: how to vacuum package liquids and liquid-rich foods. Current machines on the market are suction machines, meaning air is vacuumed out of the vacuum bag, then the bag is sealed. However, along with the air, liquids are also vacuumed out of the bag, leading to partial or failed seals. The VP210 Chamber Machine uses different technology to eliminate this problem. When sealing with our chamber machine, the vacuum bag to be sealed is placed inside the chamber of the machine, and the lid is closed. Then air is sucked out of the entire chamber, not just the bag, allowing the air pressure on the inside and outside of the bag to remain equal and liquids to stay in the bag. The bag is then sealed, and the air let back into the chamber. In addition, the chamber machine can reach a higher level of vacuum. Most suction machines obtain a 24-26 hg level of vacuum, while chamber machines are able to obtain a 27-29 hg level of vacuum.
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- Sealing documents: Sometimes when the chamber re-pressurizes the documents shift or wrinkle. Solution? Remove the top filler plate, lay document(s) (in pouch) down, place filler plate back on top, align as usual, and fire it up. Result is flat, in-place document(s) sealed up. Probably photo-copiable thru the pouch. Also, notary stamps are still clearly visible. IMPORTANT: Be sure there's enough 'head space' between docs and end of bag because the 90 degree turn the bag makes may create a crease...not what you want on your document(s).
- Pull a vacuum, no seal: Set the seal time to 0. Use to vacuum seal canning jars, degas fluids, etc. Remember to adjust the vacuum time appropriately for the intended purpose.
- Seal w/o pulling a vacuum: Set vacuum time to as low as it goes (6 sec) w/ seal time set to whatever you've been using.
-The amount of space is actually smaller than you'd think.
-If you have a lot of liquid, the water will eventually boil and it might then push out of the bag and then you've got a cleanup issue. I
_think_ the bottom pan is molded aluminum so at least it shouldn't corrode.
-If the bag is too large, relative to the contents, you won't get a high vacuum even if you have very little air in it to begin with,
The interface isn't very informative- if the latch is set when it shouldn't, you'll get a cryptic 2 letter error code. When it's done, it'll say "ED", which I suppose means "END" but it's surprising that they only used a 2 character LED. Also, there's an on/off switch on the side that isn't labeled as "on/off", so I drew that in with a marker.
It's a pretty industrial design and, for the price, I'm really hoping it lasts quite a while.