13 Oct 2017
As a coffee lover, have you drank coffee on the plane? Do you think there is another taste of coffee on the plane?
If you are a person who specializes in coffee and wants to have a cup of coffee in the early morning or night flight, one way valve reminds you that it is best to think twice before ordering coffee, because the water on the plane may not be safe.
If you are a poor immune system, it is best not to drink brewing drink on the plane drink. Your best choice is bottled water or canned drinks.
If you think I am alarmist, then you have to know that the flight attendants will not drink coffee and tea on the plane. According to a report by the US Environmental Protection Agency, 13% of the air quality of the 158 flights was tested to contain E. coli, where the water quality of a few aircraft was tested to reach a dangerous level of E. Coil. According to media reports, almost every eight aircraft have a non-compliance with water quality standards.
Why does this so? Brew coffee and tea on the plane with water from the faucet, and the faucet's water is transferred from the truck to the plane. The presence of microbes in transport vehicles is more than the original source of water. The bacteria are transferred from the truck to the plane during transport. So do not drink brewing coffee on the plane. Parents with children, it is best not to ask the flight attendants to water in the bottle.
Tag: one way valve
Originally published 13 Oct 2017, updated 13 Oct 2017.
Remember to seal the packaging bag after taking some coffee out, so the one-way degassing valve would finish its job to keep the freshness of product.03 Jul 2020
Roasted coffee cannot be put directly into a sealed package, because the coffee need to "breathe", that is, the carbon dioxide gas will be released.26 Jun 2020
This is a hole punched before installing the degassing valve, which purpose is to discharge the CO2 released and avoid the oxidation of coffee.