Chamber Vacuum Sealers

Chamber type sealers might be too bulky or expensive for the average user, but their impressive vacuum creation efficiency (99.6% and higher) makes them ideally suited to small businesses and home use where high quality operation is of utmost importance.

Also, while even the most expensive of external vac-sealers need to cool down after a couple of batches, chamber type variants are can dish out 40 bags in an hour and still keep going! Plus, the fact that you can control the length of the vacuum cycle to the seal and cool-down time allows you to customize the packaging operation as per your need.

Some Things To Consider When Buying A Chamber Vacuum Sealer:

The larger the size of the chamber, the bigger the bag that will go into it thus allowing you pack more in less time. However, for smaller packaging requirements, a large chamber might need certain modifications.

When packing fragile food items, the bag not only has to be free of oxygen but also maintain a certain degree of puffiness. Here, an extended feature, like the gassing nozzle that pumps small amounts of nitrogen into the bag, becomes essential.

The conventional chamber design isn’t well suited to liquid packaging. So, if you are planning on using the appliance for packing soups and gravies, then look for one with an angular face.

For applications like ‘Sous Vide’ or under vacuum cooking, chamber type sealers are perfect. However, the bags used here are special boilable barrier variants and will therefore affect your recurring expenditure budget accordingly.

The chamber mechanism only works with bags. So, if you want more, then look for a model with an external hose attachment as it can then be used for vacuum sealing jars, canisters and the likes.

 

VacMaster PRO260 Review

VacMaster PRO260 Review

Pros: Customized settings based on the food product that is being sealed, highly efficient and easy to use, saves money by decreasing food wastage while improving the shelf life.
Cons: Instruction manual enclosed with the product needs more clarity, isn’t battery-operated for its size.

VacMaster VP215 Review

VacMaster VP215 Review

It’s time to bid goodbye to messy containers and welcome neatly stacked vacuum sealed bags. At an affordable price welcome the VacMaster VP 215 ideally conceived for domestic purposes or small commercial establishment. With a stainless steel body, 1/4 hp oil pump and suction limit of 29 3/4″Hg, it seals liquids impeccably. The storage bags provided along with the machine are an added utility advantage. It is bound to work for several years without any complaints.

Pros: Stainless steel panel, powerful rotator oil pump, high suction capacity, seals liquids and dry items, easy operation.
Cons: Heavy, not portable, fairly big in size.

Minipack MVS 45X Review

Minipack MVS 45X Review

The Minipack MVS 45X is an industrial grade chamber vacuum sealer, which is probably why the price is on the higher side. Nevertheless, it is designed for packaging food and non-food items, sealing the items quickly to perfection, and is also sought after by firms that package items like beef, fish, fruits, chicken, powders, vegetables, liquids and many other such products. Being a completely automated machine it requires minimal monitoring.

Pros: Heavy duty chamber vacuum sealer, not too heavy and features auto calibration.
Cons: Quite large and unwieldy, hence may not be suitable if it has to be frequently transported to different locations.

SealerSales TC-280F Review

SealerSales TC-280F Review

The SealerSales TC-280F is a durable and tough chamber vacuum sealing machine specially designed and built for domestic use. However, it is a heavy duty piece of equipment that can be used commercially, and what’s more is that it is light-weight and portable, featuring an efficient and durable built-in pump and motor. Although priced slightly on the higher side, once you start using the machine, you’ll realize that it is pretty easy to get it going whenever required.

Pros: Lightweight and portable, heavy duty chamber vacuum sealer.
Cons: Bulky in size and priced pretty steep, not suitable for domestic applications.

VacMaster VP210C Review

VacMaster VP210C Review

The VacMaster VP210C is a one-of-a-kind consumer vacuum sealer thanks to its chamber based design. At least 8 times as expensive as a tabletop sealer, this baby can pelt out over 50 bags per hour, configure itself to seal with any kind of vacuum bag and work with wet, dry items, marinades, clothes and whatever you can fit into its chamber.

Pros: Stainless steel construction, full versatility, total reliability.
Cons: Large, bulky and difficult to properly master.

PolyScience 300 Series Review

PolyScience 300 Series Review

About the PolyScience 300 Series Now, with this vacuum machine you can do just about all kinds of sealing. From dry fruits and veggies to even liquid items. Not to mention the fact that marinate is a new option now available removing the need for you to precisely monitor the sealing process. Just press marinate and let the machine do the rest. Best of all, this machine does not have a complicated working mechanism. Just three pre-set buttons that you choose one from. Unfortunately, the device does come with a sort of learning curve. It is not super-easy to operate from the word go. Take some time, read the manual and experiment with bags, styles and food items to get a hang of everything. Portability Do not be fooled by the images because the PolyScience 300 is a massive beast and it weighs a good 55 lbs while measuring a whopping 14 by 18.2 by 11.8 inches. ...

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