Home/Lab Vacuum Sealers - ORDER BELOW
Ideal Sealers for Home Use/Long Term Food Storage. Our Home/Lab Vacuum Sealers are amazingly compact and efficient. They come in 2 styles: nozzle, which use smooth bags; and external clamp which use textured channel bags. Save money and eliminate food waste. Vacuum sealed food stays fresh up to five times longer than other methods. For additional shelf life, these vacuum sealers can be used in tandem with oxygen absorbers to retard spoilage of most natural products.
Popular Uses for Home/Lab Sealers
- Rebag opened cereal, potato chips, or preserve dry goods.
- Emergency/Earthquake/Prepper/Survivalist packaging.
- Create your own mustard, ketchup and relish condiment packs.
- Preview family heirlooms and important documents.
- Preserve photographs, store collectibles or create storage for gold and silver coins.
- Dry-Age meat or store dehydrated goods.
- Create dry spice rubs.
- Make stew and soup mixes, extend life of green vegetables.
- Make your own ice packs.
People love the KF108 and the HIPPO Vacuum Sealers for their unique feature set, usually found on much more expensive industrial sealers. These low cost vacuum sealers do not always require the use of special textured bags. IMPAK's ready-to-ship vacuum bags can be used, as well as our custom-printed Mylar-foil bags. Speak to a specialist about your material.
External Clamp Style for Use with Channel Bags: CounterMate
The complete sealing solution for textured channel bags, with canning and marinating options. The snap close lid and easy operation of the Starter Series make it a household favorite, and the attached roll-dispenser with built in cutter makes the Deluxe series the popular all-in-one option, while the Professional Series in two sizes are favored by hunters and preppers, and the Masters Series is in a class of its own with its automatic operation. Included in all: Easy-to-use control panel, adjustable seal settings, a pulse vacuum option, catch tray for easy cleaning and a vacuum hose port for canning and marinating.