Whipped cream dispensers use a special whipping agent known as a cream-charger. This cylinder is filled with nitrous oxide (N2O). When a customer whips cream, the charger breaks the foil covering to release the gas. Often, a sharp pin is inserted into the dispenser to break the foil. The charger then releases the nitrous oxide to produce the whipped cream.
NITROUS OXIDE (N2O)
A NITROUS OXIDE (N2) cream-charger is a device for boosting the volume of whipped cream and foams in a food preparation area. It uses nitrous oxide as a propellant, which doubles the volume of cream or foams whipped by hand or electric mixer. Moreover, it can be used to quickly infuse liquors or spirits. For this purpose, it is a perfect tool for culinary professionals.
Whether you love vanilla ice cream, chocolate fudge, or any other creamy dessert, the Special Blue Color Cream Chargers are perfect for you. These cream chargers are compatible with all standard screw-on type dispensers and will give you the most delicious nitrous experience possible. These chargers are made in Europe and go through a number of quality checks before being released to the market. They come in a 24 piece display box and are suitable for tobacco and nitrous use.
Cream-chargers are a popular kitchen appliance. They use a nitrogen gas to create a foam that is four times the volume of the liquid inside. The foam produced is not stable and usually returns to its liquid state within 30 minutes. Most cream-chargers use nitrogen as carbon dioxide is acidic and would curdle the cream. Most cream-chargers are used for making whipped cream, although some brands add colors to them as well.
A cream-charger is an appliance that infuses liquid whipping cream whipped cream bulbs with food-grade nitrous oxide. This gas reacts with the cream’s fat and creates fluffy, voluminous whipped cream. There are several benefits of using a cream-charger. Whipped cream is a versatile food topping that can be used in a variety of applications. It can be used to top a variety of dishes, including desserts and beverages.
A cream charger is a compact cylinder filled with nitrous oxide to keep whipped-cream fresh. While many products on the market have a limited shelf life, a cream charger will last up to two weeks. These cream dispensers also prevent bacteria from growing, making them ideal for use in the kitchen. Some cream chargers can last for up to five years if properly cared for. The following are some advantages and disadvantages of a cream charger.