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Pump with fittings. Pump with accessories to preserve drinks. An easy to operate ergonomic product. This pressurizes carbonated drinks and drains red wines. The pressurisation / vacuuming of beverages takes place in order to preserve the taste and quality of the beverage in opened bottles. This is done by means of a pump, without anything having to be changed or going wrong.

 

The vacuum cap for wine.

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Place the vacuum cap on the opened bottle. Then place the pump on the cap. Depending on the residual amount of beverage in the bottle, pump 5 to a maximum of 10 times in order to vacuum the residual content, to delay the oxidation of the beverage.

 

 Screw cap for large soda bottles.

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Place the screw cap on the opened bottle. Then place the pump on the cap. Depending on the residual amount of liquid in the bottle, pumping 5 times up to 10 times. This causes overpressure in the bottle. The carbon dioxide can not mix with the pumped air in the bottle, so the carbon dioxide is retained and the soft drink remains sparkling. When the bottle is opened, the pumped air escapes again.

 

Click screw cap for champagne bottles.

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Press the cap on the opened bottle. Hold the part of the cap on the bottle firmly with one hand and screw on the top cap hand-tight. Then place the pump on the cap. Depending on the residual amount of liquid in the bottle, pumping 5 times up to 10 times. This causes overpressure in the bottle. The carbon dioxide can not mix with the pumped air in the bottle, so the carbon dioxide is retained and the champagne remains sparkling. When the bottle is opened, the pumped air escapes again. 

 

conservatorOptional: The pump and caps can be printed and therefore the Curator is an ideal advertising medium. The Curator is very unique due to the special construction: the pump squeezes and draws vacuum.

 

Cleaning: The Conservatormust not be cleaned in the dishwasher, but must be rinsed with warm water.