heat seal

heat seal

[′hēt ‚sēl]
(engineering)
A union between two thermoplastic surfaces by application of heat and pressure to the joint.
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With low blocking and good slip properties, this heat seal coating features excellent clarity and seal strengths, providing a smooth yet strong peel from PET trays once sealed.
Additionally, Rohrer's design services, heat seal tooling production, and heat seal machinery distribution makes Rohrer a true one-stop shop for packaging solutions.
Heat sealing and heat seal testing were performed following ASTM F2019 and ASTM F88 methods, respectively.
The heat seal butt splicing mechanism provides a clean butt splice with zero tail, allowing the spliced part to be used in the end product.
Details have been introduced by Michelman on its new VOC-free, water-based Michem[R] Flex HS268 heat seal coating.
A coating based on DEGALAN VP P34 applied on aluminum foil and sealed against PVC blister packs, has a heat seal strength exceeding 7 N/15 mm at a sealing temperature of 180 [degrees]C.
The equipment will de-nest containers and fill and heat seal in a roughly 36 inch square footprint.
The unit is equipped with heat seal station, eject station, and 2 open load stations accommodating up to 2 feeders.
The company says in contrast to a traditional heat seal, the SoniXs system produces no smells, fumes or emissions of any kind, substantially reducing the risk of contamination.
Ampac's new Flexi-Free HS Laminates heat seal at temperatures 40 degrees lower than standard laminate materials, allowing the machine operator to shorten dwell times and increase machine speed.
The new SPS comes with a heat seal option or with a flat lid either plain or pre-labelled.
Line of equipment from entry-level lab/test units to fully automated, computer controlled production systems; rotary format sealers; in-line sealers; shuttle sealers; and special units, which heat seal and trim/die cut.