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How are oxygen absorbers used?

March 20, 2018

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Oxygen Absorber Usage

Oxygen absorbers are used to removed oxygen in any type of sealed environment and are meant for long term storage. They protect food from insect and oxygen damage to help preserve the quality of food. When used in a proper sealed package, the oxygen content in the package is greatly reduced, reliably going down to 0.01% or less.

There are many benefits to using oxygen absorbers, both for personal and commercial use. They extend shelf life of your products, prevent aerobic pathogens and spoilage organisms, including any molds. They also eliminate the need for additional additives such as BHA, BHT, sulfur dioxide, sorbates, benzoates, etc.

Oxygen absorbers are packets that contain iron powder, the packets are specially designed to allow oxygen and moisture to enter but does not allow it to leak out. They are totally safe to be placed in your food items and will not harm the food or persons that come in contact with them.

To purchase, visit https://www.silicagelly.com/collections/oxygen-absorber





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