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PolyScience Vacuum Sealing Systems
Your Vacuum Sealer features an Accessory Port that allows you
to vacuum seal canisters as well as bottles with vacuum bottle
If sealing powdered or granulated foods, cover them with a paper
towel before vacuuming to prevent the food from traveling into
the vacuum system.
When sealing bottles, allow at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) space
between the bottom of the stopper and the liquid in the bottle.
1. Place the canister lid on the canister or the vacuum bottle
stopper in the bottle.
2. Attach the vacuum hose to the vacuum port on the canister
lid or bottle stopper.
3. Canisters Only: Place the canister’s vacuum port in the
“Vacuum” position.
4. Close the Vacuum Compartment Lid completely (“Locked”
5. Insert the vacuum hose into the External Vacuum Port on the
Lid of your Vacuum Sealer.
6. Press Auto. The vacuum pump will turn “On” and the Auto/
Pulse LED will light. After the vacuum cycle, the unit will stop
7. Canisters Only: Remove the vacuum hose from the canister
and place the vacuum port in the “Closed” or “Locked”
8. Bottles Only: Remove the vacuum hose from the bottle
9. Remove the vacuum hose from the Accessory Port on the Lid
of your Vacuum Sealer.
Vacuum Sealing Canisters & Bottles
IMPORTANT: Please see Troubleshooting on page
15 for information on the safe use and care of
Note: Store vacuum sealed bottles vertically, making
sure that the liquid is not in contact with the stopper.