VACUUM PACKAGING | VACUUM ROLL
Vacuum Roll (Embossed)
Customizable length vacuum packaging for your need. Excellent high density micro-channels in Quiware® vacuum roll, make them so flexible, providing an air-tight fit and keeping food fresh for longer.
RM18.00 – RM40.00
**Compatible with all Chamber and Clamp type vacuum machine.
It is not recommended to vacuum package soft breads such as white bread. French bread and hard rolls must be frozen first, then vacuum packed.
Yes, but it depends on the previous contents of the bag. Bags that previously contained fruits, vegetables, breads and dry goods can be washed and reused. Bags that contained raw meats, fish, eggs or un-pasteurized cheese should be discarded after use because they may contain invisible bacteria that will remain after washing. Bags that contained greasy or oily foods should also be discarded, as they may be difficult to clean. Quiware® Bags can be washed by hand. Dry completely. They can then be re-vacuumed.
They are made of polyethylene (a type of plastic) with an outer layer of nylon for added strength and rigidity.
Yes. You can heat cooked foods, such as leftovers, in a Quiware® bag. The bags should never be used to cook raw foods. When microwaving, cut open a corner of the bag before putting it in the microwave so steam can escape. Avoid microwaving foods containing a lot of oil, as oil will get hot very quickly and could cause the sides of the bag to stick together.
Yes. Just cut off the existing seal, remove as much food as you need, then re-vacuum package. Be sure to wipe off any food or grease residue inside the bag near the seal area. You can also re-seal Quiware® Bags after you have washed them.
Other plastic bags are usually made of one layer of polyethylene (a type of plastic). Quiware® Bags are 2-layer including an outer layer of nylon. The nylon layer not only makes the bags stronger, it also creates a complete air, moisture and odor barrier. Unlike other bags, Quiware® Bags can be simmered in water or microwaved (so you can reheat leftovers or pre-cooked dinners).
Insects and their larvae cannot survive in a low oxygen environment, such as that created when you vacuum package your dry foods such as flour, cornstarch, corn meal and cereals.
Yes. The bags are ideal for the freezer because they will keep all air and moisture out, preventing food from getting freezer burn and becoming dry and tasteless.
A good way to test a bag is to just seal both ends of the bag-do not vacuum seal the bag. Submerge the bag in water for a few seconds and look for bubbles in the bag itself or near the seal strip area. If there are bubbles, the bag is defective.
Place the embossed (rough) side down. If the bag is curling (the end of the roll may do this), place the curled side down over the seal bar and can be used either side up.