How Does Smartwhip Work?

Smartwhip solves the issue of having no precise control over the amount of pressure (N2O) you apply to a siphon. You easily connect the Smartwhip N2O set to any siphon on the market and have full pressure- and portion control. This is especially important in high-performance (michelin) kitchens.

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How Smartwhip works explained in simple steps

1. Screw the pressure regulator on

Prepare your Smartwhip system by screwing the pressure regulator onto the N2O cylinder. Pull the adapter off of the pressure regulator hose, and screw it onto the cream dispenser.

2. Pour contents into cream dispenser

Pour the contents of your recipe into the cream dispenser and close the lid.

3. Connect pressure regulator hose to cream dispenser

Connect the pressure regulator hose to the cream dispenser via the push-pull connector, making sure that the flow switch is OFF. You will hear a click sound when it is connected.

4. Open gas flow switch

When the system is fully connected, open the flow switch at the end of the hose, by moving the lever in the direction of ON.

5. Set gas pressure according to the Smartwhip pressure table

Set the barometer to your desired working pressure by turning the barometer knob in a clockwise motion. You will hear a slight hissing sound as the gas flows into the cream dispenser. Check the Smartwhip pressure table for a rough indication of how much pressure to use.

6. Close the flow switch

When the hissing sound has stopped, close the flow switch in the OFF direction, ensuring it is at a 90-degree junction with the pressure regulator head.

7. Disconnect the pressure regulator hose from the cream dispenser

Disconnect the pressure regulator hose from the cream dispenser by squeezing the connector body and removing the cream dispenser.

8. Shake the cream dispenser

Shake the cream dispenser to evenly distribute the gas, then place your decorating tip of choice onto the cream dispenser and release the contents.