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Ary VP545 Chamber Sealer Floor Model (VP545)

Details : Ary VP545 Chamber Sealer Floor Model (VP545)

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  • Stainless steel body
  • Two 20 seal bars with double seal wire
  • Easy-to-use digital control panel
  • Easy-to-read pressure indicator

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  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Stainless steel body
  • Two 20 seal bars with double seal wire
  • Easy-to-use digital control panel
  • Easy-to-read pressure indicator


Trick and tips



Even with a manual device, heat sealing is 2 to 5 times faster (and more), depending on the vacuum equipment.


The investment required for heat sealing equipment compares very favourably to commercial “vacuum” equipment.


The film required for sealing is always included in the price of the trays (just like transport). This represents approximately $ 0.03 per unit. A very small “vacuum bag” purchased separately from the trays, typically themselves more expensive, in order to be fairly resistant, is normally more expensive. For larger dishes, “ vacuum ” bags can cost several times the price of film.


In the “vacuum” process, sauces and liquids try to follow the air that is removed, often spoiling the presentation of dishes.


The customer buying a cooked, heat-sealed dish only has to remove a corner of the film or make a small incision to pass his dish in the oven or in the microwave and then gently remove the film, while heated, while the customer of the “ sous-vide ” must struggle with his scissors in order to manage to remove the bag which covers his dish.


The film covers the top of the tray only, instead of surrounding the tray completely. Less material to produce, transport and less to recycle.


Thermosealers require less maintenance than a more complicated “vacuum” machine.

Types of vacuum sealers

If you have already started your research on the subject, you will have discovered that there are two different types of food sealants. You can find smaller external sealants next to larger chamber models. Generally speaking, they both work the same way about extracting air and sealing air and humidity which can then return to it. Let’s just take a brief overview of the main differences between the two machines.

  • Chamber Vacuum Sealer – Much larger and more bulky, these machines do all the work inside and are equipped with high power pumps which are capable of extracting much more air at a time, which facilitates large sealing pieces of meat with their natural juice. These models are more expensive and are generally preferred in a commercial or professional kitchen environment where bulk sealing of products may be required. They will also more often than not include adjustable suction levels rather than having a single standard-setting.
  • External vacuum sealer – With an external vacuum sealer, you also have more flexibility and space. These are smaller, less expensive devices that are more suitable for more casual use than everyday use, and most of them are easily installed on a kitchen counter or even in your hands. You should also be able to use them with a versatile range of bags to seal your products.

How we choose our vacuum sealing selection

Features to look for in a vacuum sealing machine

  • Rolls – Make sure the roll included in your product can fit a range of bags of different sizes. You will never want to seal food of the same size every time. In addition, if you want the device to be practical and easy to use, make sure that the chosen device is equipped with a storage system for rolls or bags. You may think this is an essential point, but some external rollers do not have this functionality
  • Cutters – Smaller, less commercial vacuum sealers do not have an integrated cutter. If so, pay attention to a sliding cup, which is very fun to use and practical too. Scissors can be difficult to use, not always precise, and can potentially ruin the effort you just made to seal your food in the first place.
  • Wet sealing – Want a seal a meal vacuum sealer? Make sure the machine you buy can actually do the job. If you are the type of person who likes to keep leftovers or always cooks too much, then you need a vacuum cleaner that can really handle moisture and wet food – not one that spoils a drop. ‘water. Most hunters will tell you if they are compatible with wet and dry foods, but don’t assume they are all.
  • Pulse control is extremely important for vacuum sealing, especially if you hope to seal delicate items that you don’t want to be crushed or broken. Pulse controlcan be automatic or manual – or even give you the option of choosing between the two. Preset options allow the machine to automatically seal your bag based on what you have selected inside, while manual control gives you the flexibility to choose when you want, or think you need to, stop passing the bag vacuum.