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Band Sealers

Our stainless steel industrial grade band sealers are ideal for sealing thermoplastic materials (PP, PE, laminates) of any size and length. We carry both horizontal band sealers (bags lay flat on the conveyor) and vertical band sealers (bags are in a standing position on conveyor). Speeds of band sealers are considerably faster than other types of sealing (about 26 bags/minute).
Three categories for consideration of which model you need based on number of bags you seal daily and the durability and mobility options of the construction of the model.
LIMITED: About 1000 bags a day
Single bag 2.2 lbs and overall load 6.5 lbs
Machine stationery, probably on bench with vertical bag length up to 10.6"
MEDIUM BAG: About 1000-2500 bags/daily
Single load 5-12 lbs and overall 16-33 lbs
Machine portable options
*HEAVY BAG:  *Special Order 9-11 weeks
Single Load about 22-44 lbs and overall load 66-132 lbs
Machine weight 330-500 lbs with larger dims
Questions to think about:
What might you consider in choosing a band sealer for your sealer?
Band sealers can seal 3mil-10mil bags with about any type of thermoplastic material: PE, PPE, standup pouches, gusseted bags and moisture barrier bags. The width of the bag is not important because the bags are put on a conveyor.
Do you need a horizontal or vertical sealer?
Horizontal is needed if the pouch is laid flat; vertical sealers seal smaller pouches AND if the stand up type of pouch is longer than the width of conveyor.
How does the height of the bag affect the sealing?
The height of the bag affects the choice of horizontal or vertical sealer.  If the bag is longer than the width of the conveyor, it is wise to use a vertical sealer.
What about the width of the seal?
Comes with 8 inch seal but the 880 and 770 models (Light Load) carry a 15 mm seal.
Do you want any printing on the bag?
Dry ink or embossing are available. Embossing is best for foil bags. Dry ink uses a roller with heat activated transfers.
What direction to use in sealing process?
Your plant design or staff using the machine may contribute in the decision to use either left to right or right to left.