Bestselling Lab Vacuum Traps in 2020
Laboy HMV010115 Glass Vacuum Trap with 10 mm Serrated Hose, 200 mm Length Below The 24/40 Joint
- Vacuum trap
- With 10 mm serrated hose
- 200Mm length below the 24/40 joint
- Made of borosilicate glass
- Made by hand blowing
Goldleaf Scientific GLA100LT Large Vacuum Trap, Dewar Style Condenser with 24/40 Standard Taper Joint & 10mm Hose Barbs
2 Quart Resin Trap/ Vacuum & Degassing Chamber
Goldleaf Scientific GLA225CT Vacuum Cold Trap with 10mm Hose Barbs, 225mm Length Below The 34/45 Joint
- 10mm hose barbs
- 225mm length below the 34/45 standard taper joint
2 Quart Resin Trap/Vacuum & Degassing Chamber (MADE IN USA)
- This item comes with a limited 30 Day Warranty
- Does not include Vacuum Chamber or External Vacuum Pump
- External Vacuum Pump is required to achieve vacuum pressure
- Internal Dimensions: 6.75" Tall X 5.5" Diameter
Mastercool 90066-2V-110-B 6CFM Two-Stage Vacuum Pump
- New U.S. Design, Stronger Motor, Gas Ballast Valve Helps Prevent Oil Contamination
- Easily Removable Vapor Discharge/Oil Fill Port, Contains Internal Check Valve, Large Oil Level Sight Glass with Max/Min OIl Level Indicator
- Easily Accessible Oil Drain Valve, Large Lightweight Reinforced Base, Field Replaceable Cartridge
- Cooling Fins to keep Temperature Cooler, High Volume Fan, Manifold Valve Isolates pump from the system when testing for leaks.
- Dual Voltage Capatibility, Thermally Protected Motor with On/Off Rocker Switch
Chemglass CG-4530-01 Complete Vacuum Trap
- With 500Ml lower reservoir
- 55/50 joint
- Manufactured by Chemglass
ProTeam 107313 Intercept Micro Filter Bags with Open Collar and 10-Quart Capacity, 10-Pack of Replacement Vacuum Filters
- 107313 ProTeam micro filter vacuum bags fit the Super Coach Pro 10; ideal for clean up of dry debris such as sawdust or drywall dust
- ProTeam vacuum filters are designed to safeguard indoor air quality and to optimize the performance of your vacuum cleaner
- Micro filter bags have fully-laminated inner linings that extend filter life and eliminate risk of shredding; double-pleated design provides 21-percent more filtration area than non-pleated filters
- The level 1 filter in the ProTeam exclusive Four Level Filtration system, these replacement vacuum filters have a dual layer construction to capture particles and improve indoor air quality
- Intercept microbial treatment helps contains odors and prevent the growth of bacteria and mold
Laboy HMV010117 Glass Vacuum Trap with 10 mm Serrated Hose 225 mm Length Below The 34/45 Joint
- Vacuum trap
- With 10 mm serrated hose
- With 34/45 joint
- 225Mm length below the joint
- Made by hand blowing
Bel-Art Polypropylene Vacuum Traps with Polypropylene Caps; 100ml (Pack of 6) (F19919-0000)
- Polypropylene vacuum trap protects vacuum sources from contaminants
- Polypropylene construction is chemical-resistant and corrosion-proof and autoclavable at 121 degrees C (250 degrees F)
- 100mL tube volume
- Inlet and outlet fit 7.9mm (5/16") inner diameter (I.D.) tubing
- Includes six 32 x 160mm (H x W) vacuum traps with caps
Lot of 10 Lab Glass Ace Glass, Vacuum Trap, Bubbler, Adapter, 100mL 24/40 NEW
- Brand:Ace glass
- Country/Region Of Manufacture:United States
Glass Vacuum Jacketed Dry Ice Cold Trap Double Layer with 1L Receiving Flask
How to Freeze Foods Using the Ziploc Vacuum Pump
Using the Ziploc Vacuum pump is an easy, inexpensive way to freeze your foods without worrying about freezer burn.
I wanted to make sure that my fresh produce stays in good shape while in my freezer. I didn't want to risk freezer burn, nor spend a lot of money on an expensive vacuum seal system, so I bought the Ziploc Vacuum starter kit at my local grocery store for a mere $4.29. The kit comes with a vacuum pump and 3 quart sized vacuum freezer bags, especially made for use with the pump. I also purchased a box of 8 gallon sized vacuum freezer bags.
First, I decided to freeze my strawberries. I washed and cut the tops off of each berry, then placed them on a cookie sheet lined with waxed paper, and placed the cookie sheet in the freezer. After about 4-6 hours, the strawberries were frozen and ready to be stored in bags.
Before storing the strawberries, I labeled the bags with the contents and date. It's important not to skip this step, or else it would be difficult to keep track of how long a certain food was sitting in the freezer. I divided the strawberries in half, placing one half into one quart sized vacuum freezer bag, and the other half into the other bag. After I zipped both bags, I used the Ziploc pump to "suck" the air out of each bag. It was so simple to do. All I needed to do was place the pump over the white square on the bags, and pump, just as I would any other pumping device, until all of the air is out of the bag. Now, my food was protected against freezer burn and ready to be stored.
Not only is this method great for preventing freezer burn, but using a vacuum, such as the Ziploc vacuum, for freezing foods also makes bags of food smaller, therefore, using less space in the freezer.
Next, I wanted to prepare homemade French fries with the russet potatoes I purchased at the farmer's market. Again, my boyfriend and I would not be able to consume a 10 lb bag of potatoes before they started to sprout, so I decided to use half the potatoes for freezing. I washed, peeled and cut up the potatoes into French fries, then put them in a pot of salted water to simmer for about 5 minutes. Then, I drained them and put them into an ice bath to stop the cooking process. Once they were drained and cooled off, I placed them into one gallon sized vacuum freezer bag. I placed them in one layer, instead of all bunched up at the bottom. Then, I proceeded to use the pump and remove the air from the bag. The bag was flat, so it was easy to store in my freezer. So, instead of paying $3 to $4 a bag for name brand French fries at the grocery store, I now have healthy, homemade and dirt cheap fries ready whenever I need them.
Overall, I plan to use the Ziploc Vacuum pump for freezing more foods in the future, and would recommend it to others. The possibilities are endless for freezing foods. I've found that this method is super easy and inexpensive, and quite helpful for stocking up on fresh produce for use in the months to come.
For more information on freezing foods, and the guidelines to follow, visit the US Department of Agriculture's Freezing and Food safety website at or the National Center for Home Food Preservation at