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Vacuum Bags

Vacuum bags for Suction Style Machines, (machines that pull or suck the air out of the bag) are different than bags designed to work with Chamber Vacuum Machines
(where you lay the bag inside the chamber and close the lid).

Suction Style machines require bags that have one side embossed with channels to allow a path for air to flow out. While all Suction Style Machines required embossed  bags they are not all designed the same when it comes to the proper way to use these bags.

Some machines require the embossed side of the bag to be down while other machines will operate with the embossed side up or down.
So, if you are having trouble with vacuuming try turning the embossed side down.

Also, it is easier to fill a bag with the embossed side down, especially if the fit is tight.


How To Pick A Bag Size

For ROUND PRODUCTS Like Sausage Or Salami
The Width Bag Needed Is Equal To The Product Diameter + Product Diameter.
The Length Bag needed Is Equal To The Product Diameter + The Product Length + 1".
For FLAT PRODUCTS Like Steak Or Chops
The Width Bag Needed Is The Product Width + Product Height + 1 "
The Length Bag Needed Is Equal To The Product Length + Product Height Plus 2"

 
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