Top 2 Picks for Cream Chargers and Basic Knowledge of Cream Chargers
Due to the many types of cream chargers on the market, this article is to introduce a definition of cream chargers, the principle of cream chargers, the precaution of cream chargers, and the top two picks for cream chargers: 8g cream chargers and 580g cream charger. This article may be the basis of picks for top 2 cream chargers at Rotass.
Basic knowledge of Cream Chargers
1. What are Cream Chargers?
Cream chargers are also called cream whipping agents. It is a complex emulsifier system, mainly containing glycerides, monoglycerides acetate, gum arabic, silicon dioxide, and Nitrous oxide.
Nitrous oxide is a state-licensed food processing aid, which is mainly used in cream foaming agents. Nitrous oxide added to the cream will expand and keep the cream upright and delicate in taste. It is used in cake shops, coffee shops, and milk tea shops for crafts such as flower decoration and milk capping.
2. The Foaming Principle of Cream Chargers
Cream chargers contain nitrous oxide. The nitrous oxide will dissolve into the liquid cream under the action of pressure. Due to the effect of the siphon, the cream will be squeezed out of the piping nozzle. The gas expands during squeezing. Meanwhile, the cream is turned into foam. The cream product will keep in the refrigerator for 10 days without preservatives. The cream whipper can be disassembled and cleaned by hand after the use of cream chargers and the cream whipper. Because nitrous oxide can be used to quickly foam liquid cream, cream chargers are commonly used in bakeries, cafes, and dessert houses.
3. How to Use Cream Chargers with a Cream Whipper?
Cream chargers are generally used during the foaming process. The specific steps of cream chargers are as follows:
Step 1: Pour the liquid cream into the aluminum bottle of the cream whipper before using the cream chargers.
Step 2: Unscrew the cream whipper cap and put it in the cream chargers.
Step 3: Screw the cream whipper cap back on.
Step 4: Shake the bottle of cream whipper gently.
Step 5: Align the tip with the plate or cake, and you can pour precisely the cream with the help of the handle.
Through the above steps, you can know that the cream chargers will be used in the second step.
4. Some Precautions of Cream Chargers
- 1. Do not freeze cream chargers.
- 2. Keep away from heat.
- 3. Do not operate savagely. There is high voltage in the cream charger so special attention should be paid to it.
- 4. Do not touch your body directly when releasing gas to avoid frostbite.
- 5. Under normal use, do not use more cream chargers.
- 6. Keep in a clean, dry, and cool place.
- 7. Keep away from children.
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Top Two Picks for Cream Chargers
Currently, there are many types of cream chargers such as 8g cream chargers, 8.4g cream chargers, 580g cream chargers, 1100g cream chargers, and 2000g cream chargers. 8g cream charger and 580g cream charger are used commonly. Here is a brief introduction to the two types of cream chargers.
Type one – 8g cream charger
It is usually called 8g nitrous oxide (N2O) cream chargers. This cream charger comes in a box of ten or twenty-four. Each piece of nitrous oxide (N2O) cream charger has 8g.
Type two – 580g cream charger
580g/615g Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Cream Chargers are usually used by people. This cream charger comes in a box of six. Each piece of nitrous oxide (N2O) cream charger has 580g/615g.
Recommended Supplier of Cream Chargers – Rotass
As for a reliable supplier, Rotass is a nice choice, which mainly meets the needs of domestic and foreign customers for food-grade gas. Since 2007, food-grade gas research and development has been carried out for more than 15 years. Besides, Rotass also achieve many certifications in this field. The product of Rotass is easy to operate so you don’t need to spend time studying the cream charger. Tonghui can not only provide cream chargers but also provide cream dispensers, cylinders, and pressure regulators such as dispenser regulators.