Next Big Futures article Volpak fills your drink, and now the company has a device that fills your coffee with CO2.
Volpak’s new volpak, which will be on sale in the US starting tomorrow, is designed to take your carbonated beverage to a whole new level.
The company has made its first major technological leap by adding a CO2 sensor inside its new volak, which can detect when your coffee is too hot and can turn the coffee into a liquid instead of a solid.
Volak uses an infrared sensor, which is capable of detecting up to 20 times higher CO2 concentrations than standard coffee grounds, to monitor the concentration of CO2 in coffee grounds.
That way, the coffee grounds are constantly monitored for CO2 levels.
Volaks sensors also have a built-in CO2 monitoring system, which allows you to see the CO2 level in your coffee.
Volks new Volpak uses an “emission monitoring” technology, which measures CO2 from a coffee’s roasting and fermentation processes, and automatically turns it into a COII-monitoring signal.
Volk has been a leading player in the carbonated coffee market for some time, with its Volpak 3 and Volpak 4 espresso machines.
The new Volak 5 will add to that, and will come with a variety of sensors for monitoring coffee, coffee grounds and coffee extraction.
Volkmak has partnered with Green Coffee to develop the new Volk, and the coffee giant will also provide the Volpak 5 with its own proprietary sensors, according to the company.
The Volpak filling device is designed for use with espresso machines, and is designed specifically to fit into the standard coffee maker.
The device will cost $199, which puts it in line with other carbonated machine offerings, like the Volk 3, which has a base price of $200.