The ohunter oxygen absorber package is widely used in the market and is the leading commodity preservation solution for businesses. But oxygen absorber packs have many types with different capacities. So how to choose the capacity of the ohunter oxygen absorber package to best suit the product of your business? The article below will answer you in detail.
What is the ohunter oxygen absorber package?
ohunter oxygen absorber pack is a small bag containing a mixture of oxygen absorbers including iron powder and sodium chloride, activated carbon, and diatomaceous earth,…
The oxygen absorber pack acts as a preservative to keep the product safe from spoilage. Avoiding harmful agents such as mold, and microorganisms from entering the product… helps prolong the storage time.
Currently, oxygen absorber packs can be found in many products in many different industries from medicinal herbs to industrial metals, but the most popular is still food.
How to choose the suitable oxygen absorber pack capacity
The capacity of the oxygen absorber pack is the number of cc attached to the back of the product indicating the capacity of the oxygen absorber pack, making it easy for us to choose the right oxygen absorber package.
How to choose the suitable capacity:
The capacity of the oxygen absorber pack depends on the amount of residual oxygen that you need to reduce in the product. To know the exact amount of residual oxygen we will apply the following simple calculation:
Case 1 :
Because oxygen gas accounts for 20.8% of natural air. So you only need this 20.8% figure for the product container capacity.
For example, The box of dried fish (for gradual use) has a capacity of 500ml (500ml=500cc). We multiply this capacity of 500ml by the percentage of oxygen gas to get the result.
500ml x 20.8% = 104ml = 104cc. So the amount of residual oxygen is 104cc.
For foods that are used up in 1 time or in a day. Then we just need to multiply the percentage of oxygen by the remaining air.
For example, The cake box has a capacity of 500ml (500cc), and sponge cake has a volume of 400ml (400cc). To calculate the volume of oxygen to be reduced in this case. We subtract the importance of the cake box from the volume of the cake to get the amount of residual air. Then multiply the residual air capacity by 20.8%.
(500ml – 400ml) x 20.8% = 20.8ml = 20.8cc. So the amount of residual oxygen, in this case, is 20.8cc..
Once the amount of residual oxygen to be removed has been calculated, the appropriate oxygen suction package will be selected.
15cc Oxygen Suction Pack – 120cc Oxygen Removal
30cc Oxygen Suction Pack – Eliminate 240 cc Oxygen
50cc Oxygen Suction Pack – 400cc Oxygen Removal
So if the backlog is 100 cc: then you should choose a 15cc suction pack.
In addition, to save the most cost, it is recommended to use a suction pack with a large oxygen reduction capacity. The most prominent today is the Ohunter oxygen absorber package, which has an outstanding oxygen reduction capacity of 8 times its capacity. Superior to other oxygen absorber packages (oxygen suction is only about 3, 4 times the capacity).
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