Typical equipment for bag sealing and plastic sealing:
|Hand-Operated Impulse Sealers|
|Semi-Automatic Impulse Sealer|
|I-Bar Impulse Sealer|
|Heat Roller Sealers|
The material you wish to seal or close is placed between the ”jaws”. The sealing process starts and the material is welded together, cooled and then if the machine is capable, cut at desired length depending on the Sealer type and feature.
Bag Sealers works by heating the material using either constant or pulse heat during activation. The process is also called plastic welding, PE welders poselukkere and they can all be used for welding of heat-weldable materials.
What to pack using a bag sealer:
Everything, from magazines, newspapers, catalogues, books, fruit, vegetables, postcards, Christmas ornaments, screws, fittings, liquid, powder, spices, candy, coffee, tea, rice, oatmeal, cream, bread, cakes, etc.
It is not recommended to seal materials by evaporation which are toxic or cause discomfort if inhaled. It should be performed in properly ventilated areas.
Bag and Film Types:
Bag Sealers, Impulse Sealers, Constant temperature welders, using welding rods to produce heating. These are found in typical widths of 2, 5 and 10 mm round flat and have threads with different diameters. A round wire is used as a cutting wire.
The welding temperature is in the range 180-280°C.
Types of Equipment - The following equipments applied:
Other types and variants
En vigtig sliddel på en posesvejser er teflon beskyttelses folien. Teflon is used to protect the hot wire to the plastic so no plastic particles are transferred to the welding wire and then it will burn and form of an aske/slagger. The quality of Teflon protection are different from machine types and the included instructional manual can be studied to know the correct structure.
Sal-Tech Easy Packaging stocks a wide range of standard spare parts for kit bag welders, check out our website at Spare parts for Mercier Pulse Welders. The build of these parts is compatible with other types sold.
Vertical Bag Machines.