Save up to 75% energy with sous-vide?


In addition to the many other benefits, sous-vide cooking is an energy-efficient method. It requires a lower temperature and shorter cooking time than traditional cooking methods, making it a more sustainable choice for the environment.

Not only is sous vide cooking energy efficient, but it can also save you money on your energy bills. Because less energy is used and the cooking time is shorter, you can save on your energy costs over time.

The energy-efficient nature of sous vide cooking makes it a great choice for those looking to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on energy costs.

Energy-saving insulation covers (sleeves) for sous-vide water containers

Our Experts have developed custom neoprene insulation covers for the standard polycarbonate sous-vide water containers. We have tested this extensively and you save up to 75% energy in combination with insulation balls. This is because hardly any water evaporates through the insulation balls and much less heat escapes through the walls through the neoprene cover. You can now order complete insulated sous-vide water containers, including a sous-vide water container/reservoir, a lid, an insulating neoprene cover for the lid, and a cover for the water container. Everything is together for maximum savings on your energy bill.

Click on this link to view the range of insulated sous-vide water containers.

We extensively tested our insulated, energy-saving sous-vide water tanks and the results were great. Not only do you save a lot of energy (75%), but the evaporation of water is also much less (90%), so you no longer have to refill water, especially during long recipes. Moreover, your precious sous-vide stick has to work much less hard, so it will last considerably longer. So you not only save on energy but also on your equipment.

The test results

We tested two sous-vide water baths under exactly the same conditions, in the same room under the same ambient temperature (approximately 19ºC).
The sous-vide bath was heated to 60ºC for 12 hours.

The first test was carried out with the reliable Ziva Savant sous-vide stick (1200W) and a 12 liter Medium sous-vide water container without a lid .
The second test was carried out with the Ziva Savant, a 12 liter Medium insulated water container set with lid and Ziva sous-vide insulation balls (250 pieces) .

During the first test, the sous-vide stick consumed a total of 2,775 kW.
During the second test (our maximum insulated water bath with insulating balls) we consumed only 0.704 kW.

That is a saving of 2 kW or almost 75%.

Moreover, the water had almost completely evaporated during test 1, but hardly any water had evaporated during test 2. A lid on your sous-vide water container is already fairly effective against evaporation, but the combination lid with sous-vide insulation balls works the best.

Do you also want to save up to 75% energy during sous-vide cooking?

And did you know that you can save even more energy with multicookers and airfyers, especially that combination? The Instant Pot brand has brilliant multi-cookers and high-quality air fryers that can save you up to 84% energy compared to traditional cooking equipment, such as electric ovens.
In this article we explain exactly how it works and you will find an independent report that shows how big the savings are and how they determined this.


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