Monday, April 6, 2015

Oxygen Absorbers: BFF for food and medicine storage!

Quick Fact: The air around you is made up of 21% oxygen, 78% Nitrogen (1% other gases) and most bacteria thrive in the presence of Oxygen!

Why use Oxygen Absorbers?

It has been scientifically proved that Oxygen Absorbers aid in keeping stored food fresh for longer. They extend the shelf-life of many food products such as Beans, Coffee, Candy, Confectionery, Dried Fruits, Flour, Dairy Products, Pharmaceuticals, Cookies, Cakes and lots more! What’s more – you can use these handy Oxygen Absorber Sachets to store and maintain even pet food, first aid kits, and paintings! We recommend using them with Mylar bags for best performance. But without ado, you can also use them with zip-lock bags, mason jars and other food containers. These little sachets can do miracles in preserving food and eliminating odors!
How do they work?

The Oxygen Absorber Sachets contain within them a mixture of iron powder and sodium chloride. We know very well that Iron is prone to rusting – this very phenomenon is used to our benefit in the Oxygen Absorber Sachets. The iron powder naturally absorbs the moisture and oxygen and leaves behind purely Nitrogen, when the Oxygen Absorber is kept in any container with food – bacteria cannot thrive in a pure nitrogen environment. This in turn prolongs the longevity of the food/pharmaceuticals stored along with the Absorber. Some modern Oxygen Absorber packets also have Activated Carbon which actively absorbs other kinds of gases.

Where to buy?

SALE! We are currently running exemplary discounts on Oxygen Absorbers! Available in Packs of 10 and 50, we have two variants of 2000cc and 300cc respectively.

2000cc variant: Available in packs of 10, one of these is sufficient for a 5 gallon container!

300cc variant: Available in packs of 50, one of these is sufficient for a 1 gallon container!

We also provide Oxygen Absorber Saver Bag Clip – for you to be able to efficiently store unused Oxygen Absorbers.

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