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Getting To Know Your Appliance - Siemens BV830EN.1B Instruction Manual

Vacuuming drawer.
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Getting to know your appliance

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*Getting to know your appliance
In the vacuuming drawer, you can vacuum food in
y o u r a p p l i a n c e
G e t t i n g t o k n o w
suitable bags and containers. This chapter provides you
with information about the assembly and the basic
functions of your appliance.
How does a vacuuming drawer work?
During the vacuuming process, air is pumped out of the
vacuuming chamber and the bag. This produces a high
vacuum in the chamber. The higher the vacuuming
level, the less air remains in the chamber and the bag,
and the higher the pressure difference to the
environment.
If the selected vacuuming level has been reached, the
sealing bar is pressed against the silicone column on
the glass lid. During this, the bag is heat-sealed. After a
short cooling time, air flows back into the chamber,
creating a loud noise. During this process, the bag
suddenly contracts and encloses the food. The drawer's
glass lid then opens.
Different degrees of vacuum can be created with
vacuuming levels 1 to 3. The degrees that are reached
here vary depending on the use case: When vacuuming
in the container, the degrees of vacuum are lower and
therefore better suited for the particular food. When the
external vacuuming adaptor is attached, the vacuuming
drawer automatically detects which mode has just been
activated.
Control panel
Symbol
1
On/Off Switch on/off
2
Vacuum-sealing level
5
3
Heat-sealing time
"
4
Start
Start
Stop
Stop
5
Dry
¢
Note
A
6
Explanation
Switch the appliance on and off
Select the vacuum-sealing level
Select a heat-sealing time
Heat-seal the vacuum-sealing bag early
Start the vacuum-sealing process
Cancel the vacuum-sealing process
Dry the pump
Refer to the fault table
Vacuuming levels
Vacuuming in the bag
Vacuuming containers and bot-
tles
Structure of the vacuuming drawer
( Safety glass cover
0 Stainless steel vacuuming chamber
8 Air outlet
@ Sealing bar
2
3
1
80%
95%
99%
50%
75%
90%

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