History of the channeled vacuum bag
Since the invention of vacuum cleaners, vacuum bags have entered the market. The first vacuum bags were made of cloth and were used in vacuum cleaners. In the 1950s, paper vacuum bags entered the market. One of the advantages of paper vacuum bags was their easy emptying. Later, with the passage of time, people thought of using vacuum bags to pack clothes and food. Of course, vacuum machines were produced for the first time during the Second World War. In fact, the vacuum machine was invented by a German named Karl Bosch.
At first, vacuum packaging was used on a much smaller scale. In other words, at that time, vacuum bags with channels were used to pack clothes and food for families and soldiers who went to war. Finally, a revolution took place in the vacuum packaging process with the introduction of the first industrial vacuum packaging machines in 1963. The technology used in vacuum bags was based on removing oxygen from the packages before sealing them. Yes! This was the first time that food could be safely and cost-effectively packaged and used for a longer period of time on an industrial scale.
You may be surprised to know that the vacuum bag is not a new idea. All of the devices used today for vacuuming were originally developed during World War II. Today, channeled vacuum bags and vacuum packaging are used in industry and the home.