ZeroPak AC/DC 12 volt Dual Vacuum sealer – BJ Enterprises & Marketing

ZeroPak AC/DC 12 volt Dual Vacuum sealer

  • $245.95
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The Zeropak AC/DC Dual voltage vacuum sealer. 12 Volt and 240 Volt in the one unit 

Compact And Easy To Use. Quiet operation with touch sensitive controls. Ideal for home traveling or out hunting and fishing
With all the functions of any of the machines on the market put into the one model
Ideal for small city apartments, the caravan, motor home, on the boat and out in the field. 
Save time and money by vacuum packing your foodstuffs. Storing in vacuum prolongs the food´s shelf life up to 5 times. Use it for vacuum packing dried and fresh meat, fruit and vegetables, and nuts. Also great for liquids like soups and stews. Pre prepare meals to boil in the bag when traveling. It can be used manually also which gives you greater control over the machine. This machine is also compatible with canisters and comes with a canister hose
Rolls of 15cm, 20cm or 28cm wide Vacuum Sealing Film can be cut to size to make bags for storing and freezing, or you can use our Pre-Made Bags.


The zeropak AC/DC Dual Vac comes with 2 power cords (12 volt, 240 volt), vacum hose for canisters, user manual and 5 pre-made bags, 2 meters 20cm roll film, built in bag cutter, 1 year warranty


  • -- 12 volt 240 volt operation
  • -- Detachable power cords
  • – Easy 1 button operation (auto function)
  • -- Manual over ride
  • -- 304 stainless lid, ABS body
  • -- Sleek light wieght design, 1.4Kg
  • -- Dry and moist settings
  • -- Quick marinade button
  • -- Over heat protection
  • – Air extraction 8 litres per minute
  • – Vacuum pressure 70 kpa/-700mbar
  • – Low noise 120 Watt 
  • -- Built in cutter
  • – 1 year warranty
  • -- Deminsions 380 x 150 x 78 mm

They are Repairable and servicable.   We stock spare parts


1: Preheating the machine: In cold conditions we recommend running the seal function once before processing the first bag, this ensures integrity of the first seal. Or switch to moist food setting for the first seal as this adds heat to the sealing bar

2: Making a bag from roll film: Place the end of the roll over the seal bar (the black sealing strip in the very front of the machine). Close the lid and lock it down by pressing on each front corner of the lid; then press the seal button. The seal button will illuminate to indicate the seal is active, and the pump will start to tighten the lid onto the roll. Once the seal light goes out and the pump stops the lid can be opened by pressing the grey buttons on each side.

The vacuum film can be cut to length either before this operation or while it is in progress.

3: Vacuum sealing a bag: Place the item to be vacuum sealed into the bag. Place the open end of the bag inside the vacuum chamber (the soft black neoprene seal). Close the lid and lock it down by pressing on each front corner of the lid, and press the vacuum/seal button. Once the vacuum process is complete the seal light will come on. Do not open the lid until the seal light goes out. The lid can now be opened using the grey buttons on each side

4: Manual seal for soft foods: To prevent crushing of soft foods the machine can be operated manually. Once the vacuum process has started (see above instructions) wait until the desired vacuum pressure is reached, then press the seal button. The pump will stop and the seal will activate. Once the seal light goes out the lid can be opened. Inspect the seal. If the seal does not show as a constant clear line, place another seal across the top of the bag in the manner described for making the bag.


1: When vacuum sealing anything with a liquid content, place the bag in a freezer for a short time to semi freeze the liquid.

The bag can now be vacuum sealed without risk of sucking liquid into the seal area.

2: Switch from Dry to Moist setting when doing liquids. This adds more heat to the seal bar

3: Switch from Normal to Gentle when doing soft foods. This slows the vacuum down to gain more control

2: The vacuum seal process can be stopped at any time by pressing the red "STOP" button.

Trouble shooting:

1: The machine does not automatically switch from vacuum to seal:

There is an air leak in the bag. Check the first seal, or there is a crease in the film where it enters the vacuum chamber, usually caused by over filling the bag.

2: The vacuum sealed bag does not maintain its vacuum:

Usually caused by food or liquid contamination in the seal area. Inspect the seal after the vacuum sealing. If there is evidence of contamination place another seal across the top of the bag. Also inspect both top and bottom seals. They should show as a constant clear line across the full width of the bag. The bag also may have been damaged after being sealed


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