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Foot operated heat sealers offer that simple, hands-free seal. Heat sealers are an essential piece of equipment for high volume poly bag sealing, ensuring that premium quality seal, with a heating element that melts one layer of plastic to another creating a permanent, tamper-proof closure.

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  • Hands free, simple foot pedal operation, and consistent performance.
  • No more tape required, reduce labor and increase productivity on your assembly line or dispatch area with a heat sealer efficiently sealing open ended bags or, cutting & sealing bags made to your specifications using poly tubing.
  • Suitable for bags or tubing, maximum width of 24" and thickness of up to 8 mil.
  • Adjustable timer control allows you to set the sealer to suit your material thickness, ensuring a perfect seal.
  • The product holding table in front of the sealer is adjustable on some models to allow for use with larger and smaller packages.
  • Select the most appropriate type of heat sealer for your application: A variety of heat sealers are available in both impulse heat and constant heat types, and with upper or lower jaw heat seal strip/elements, or dual (upper and lower heat seal strip/element), also available in hand held and table top styles.
    • Lower jaw seal is the most common and designed for all general-purpose uses.
    • Upper jaw seal is ideal for liquids or high moisture content products.
    • Dual seals (upper & lower jaw seal) are used for heavy duty applications.

  • Spare parts kits including replacement heating element available, contact our sales team for more details. 
  • Service available if required.

What Materials Can You Seal With Heat Sealers?
The most common products a heat sealer is used to seal are open ended polyethylene and metallic bags, poly tubing and plastic sheeting.

Who Uses Heat Sealers?
The most common users include, manufacturers of small components, hardware, electronics, automotive parts and foods or candies.


What is the Difference Between an Impulse Sealer and a Constant Heat Sealer?

The main difference between impulse and constant heat sealers is the heat source. Both have heating elements which use electricity to heat the sealing device; however as the word impulse implies, an impulse sealer uses only a brief burst of electricity to provide a high level of heat for a few seconds, when the arm of the sealer is activated. While as the word constant implies, a constant heat sealer is using constant electricity and is constantly hot while turned on.
Impulse heat sealers require no warm up time before use, or cool down time after use.

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