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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The subject of this call for quotes is the supply of heat seal check.
CTC International has introduced its model HSB-ACV-46 driven Heat Seal Butt Splicer.
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.
For sealing pre-made pouches, the fill station is equipped with a heat seal station.
The new SPS comes with a heat seal option or with a flat lid either plain or pre-labelled.
They required a system that could accurately confirm the strength of each heat seal joint was not below 1.
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.