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Oxygen Absorber Calculator

The Oxygen Absorber Calculator helps you determine your oxygen absorber requirements based on package volume and the weight of the contents.

To use the calculator, simply enter the Length, Width and Height of your packaging box as well as the Weight of the package contents and we’ll do the rest.

Oxygen Absorber Calculator

Use the Oxygen Absorber Calculator to determine how many Oxygen absorbers you need

Results will automatically be generated with recommended product quantities displayed according to packet size.

Working Example. Sean has a 175g packet of beef jerky with the dimensions 15 cm x 20 cm x 3 cm. Sean inputs the weight, and dimensions into the calculator – the order of dimensions doesn’t matter. The results indicate Sean could purchase 5 x 30 CC Oxygen Absorbers, 3 x 50 CC Oxygen Absorbers, 2 x 100 CC Oxygen Absorbers or 1 x 200 CC Oxygen Absorber. Clicking on each product will take you through to the buy now page.

Package dimensions: (cm)
Length
Width
Height
Food weight: (g)
Oxygen Volume (CC) per package
No. Oxygen Absorbers required per package

Oxygen Absorber Calculator

Use the Oxygen Absorber Calculator to determine how many Oxygen absorbers you need

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

How many oxygen absorbers do I need?

In order to work out how many oxygen absorbers are required, use the following calculation: Oxygen Volume (CC) = (Package Dimensions (cm) (Length x Width x Height) – Food weight (g)) x 20%

How do I handle oxygen absorbers?

Firstly check the condition of the master bag. The bag should be vacuum sealed and secure. If it is no longer in a vacuum sealed condition, the product in the bag should be treated as expired and discarded. The sachets in the master bag must be used within 30 minutes upon opening. Otherwise the sachets absorption capabilities will deteriorate.

How do I store unused oxygen absorbers?

The shelf life of an oxygen absorber is up to 18 months. Sachets should be stored at room temperature (5°C to 30°C) in their sealed package before use. Do not expose to direct sunlight during storage. Keep at room temperature for long term storage. After 30 minutes, exposed oxygen absorbers will begin to deteriorate. Absorbing capacity can be preserved by vacuum sealing unused oxygen absorbers.

How long do oxygen absorbers last?

The shelf life of an oxygen absorber is up to 18 months. Sachets should be stored at room temperature (5°C to 30°C) in their sealed package before use. Do not expose to direct sunlight during storage. Keep at room temperature for long term storage. After 30 minutes, exposed oxygen absorbers will begin to deteriorate. Absorbing capacity can be preserved by vacuum sealing unused oxygen absorbers.

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