Vac Master VP215

Vac Master VP215
Vac Master VP215
Vac Master VP215
Vac Master VP215

Superior Chamber Vacuum Sealing Technology   The VacMaster VP215 Chamber Machine is vacuum sealer of choice for restaurants, culinary institutions, and delicatessens.  It is also a valuable tool for serious hunters and fishermen.  

This VP251 features a 1/4 horsepower rotary oil pump which gives it unmatched vacuum sealing power and reliability.  The rotary oil pump also allows the VP251 to run fast and quietly.  

How does the chamber machine work? When sealing with a chamber machine, the vacuum pouch is placed inside the chamber and the lid is closed. Air is sucked out of the entire chamber, not just the pouch itself, allowing air pressure on both the inside and outside of the pouch to remain equal and liquids to stay inside the pouch. After the air has been removed, the pouch is fully sealed and air is returned back into the chamber.

It really is a whole new way to vacuum package. If you've never experienced chamber technology before, you'll be amazed at the difference. The VacMaster VP215 Chamber Machine will change the way you vacuum package! The VP215 accepts chamber pouches up to 10"W x 13"L.

Chamber machines only accept chamber pouches for packaging.

Questions?  Call 855-4-CANOLOGY (422-6656).
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  • 75 - Assorted Vacuum Chamber Pouches
  • 2 - Filler Plates
  • Maintenance Kit
  • User Manual
  • Commercial chamber technology
  • 11" x 15" x 5" chamber size
  • Stainless steel body
  • Patented, retractable 10" seal bar
  • Double seal wire in the seal bar
  • Easy-to-use digital control panel
  • Easy-to-read pressure indicator
  • Heavy duty, transparent lid
  • 1/4 HP rotary oil pump
Retail: $1,399.00
On Sale: $1,049.99
You Save: 25%

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