A brand new pressurized storage system for roasted espresso and different goodies vulnerable to staling known as Stor — styled by the maker as STØR — has emerged from schoolteacher-helmed startup Precision Vessels.
Composed of a walnut base and stainless-steel cylinder and lid, the Stor blocks all gentle and makes use of a patent-pending system for retaining contents sealed and pressurized with inert gasoline, permitting customers to repeatedly return their perishable gadgets “to their ‘by no means opened’ state,” after every use, based on the corporate.
At eight inches tall and 6.5 inches broad, the Stor container holds as much as roughly one pound of roasted espresso, and storage capability could be elevated by way of a modular design.
“Anybody who works in brewing or winemaking will acknowledge that Stor’s design is predicated on industry-standard tri-clamp fittings,” inventor and Precision Vessels Founder Jeff Fortress informed Day by day Espresso Information. “Which is to say, the quantity of the vessel could be simply multiplied by including tri-clamp spool segments bought out of your favourite provider.”