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Nitrous oxide is a clean, colorless, nonflammable gas with a slight sweet taste. It is naturally produced, also known as "Laughing gas". It is an oxidant, chemical formula N2O. It can support combustion under certain conditions, but it is stable at room temperature. It has a slight anesthetic effect. Its anesthetic effect was discovered by British chemist Humphrey David in 1799. The gas was used for anesthesia in dental surgery at an early stage, and is now used for anesthesia and analgesia in surgery and dentistry. The name of "laughing gas" is because inhaling it can make people feel happy and laugh.
For cooking, nitrous oxide is an ideal choice for whipping cream, which is very suitable for using a cream dispenser and injecting ingredients. After this process is completed, it even acts as an aerosol, spraying liquid and cream through the cream dispenders nozzle.
When the cream is whipped again and again in the bowl until it rises, and reaches the "peak" due to the air being pushed into the cream to reach the required consistency.
The N2O cream chargers has the following advantages over traditional manual or electric cream whipping.
Firstly, it uses micro bubbles to fill the liquid. These micro bubbles can penetrate deep under pressure and can inflate to the molecular level.
Secondly, it pressurizes the container to make the bubbles enter the cream deeper than normal, producing a very pleasant oral feeling.
Thirdly, nitrous oxide has natural antibacterial properties, which can make food fresher and longer.
The fourthly "additional advantage" is that the bubble structure of N2O also leaves a subtle sweet taste on the tongue. This may only be a brief caress of our taste buds, but it will definitely give us a pleasant aftertaste and smooth taste.
Now there are main N2O cream chargers capacity on the market. For example, 8g, 580g, 615g, 640g. These N2O cartridges should be used with the Cream Dispenser. At the same time big-capacity tanks should be equipped with pressure regulators to see how to use bigger capacity tanks?