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Chill Your Drink In Seconds With V-Tex’s ‘Reverse Microwave’

29 October 2013

Ever since the invention of the microwave, we have taken for granted our ability to make any food or drink hot in a few minutes or less at the touch of a button. However, our advancements in technology have never before permitted us to chill or freeze food items as easily as a microwave could heat them. Until now.

A new gadget being hailed as a ‘reverse microwave’ can instantly and easily chill any drink within seconds. Known as V-Tex, the new system may render ice cubes obsolete if it becomes popular among mainstream consumers. The device can cool down anything from carbonated soda cans to glass wine bottles, bringing them down from room temperature to a more drinkable four degrees in just 45 seconds.

In simplest terms, the device cools the drink by spinning it around a twin axes vortex. But what about the fizz and extra bubbles that would normally be caused by spinning around a carbonated beverage? Well, this technology relies on a “stop start rotational sequence” to form a Rankin vortex (a collapsed vortex formed in a viscous liquid), which cool down the beverage without disturbing its original carbonated state.

Enviro-Cool Ltd. developed the new technology with the help of the EU, which provided funding for research and development. The creators also claim the new gadget runs on 80% less energy than standard drinker coolers, making it an efficient and environmentally friendly option for cooling down beverages.

V-Tex technology is a financially and environmentally viable device that consumers may start to use in everyday life. Rather than store all of your drinks in the fridge, you could be able to store most of them at room temperature and chill them just before you want to serve a glass or two.

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