United States Patent 7,540,127

7,540,127

Vacuum sealer

Issued:  June 2, 2009

Assignee:  Sung; Yi-Je (KR)

Inventors:  Sung; Yi-Je (Bupyeong-dong, Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, KR), Shin; Joon-Chel (Seoul, KR)

Abstract:  Disclosed herein is a vacuum sealer, which exhausts air from a thermal adhesive vacuum bag containing products and then heats and seals the open end of the vacuum bag. The vacuum sealer includes a lower body. An upper body is pivotably mounted to the lower body in such a way as to engage with the lower body. A heater is installed in either or both the lower body or/and the upper body, and heats and seals a vacuum bag. A vacuum space creating member is installed in either or both the lower body or/and the upper body, and isolates an end of the vacuum bag which is evacuated from an exterior, thus creating a vacuum space. A vacuum pump is coupled via a tube to an exhaust hole communicating with the vacuum space created by the vacuum space creating member.

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