heat-sealing

heat-sealing

A method of joining plastic sheets or films by the simultaneous application of heat and pressure to the areas in contact.
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It is designed without heat-sealing of the inner plastic liner, for applications that do not require MAP, and therefore is very compact.
Methacrylate binders from Evonik, marketed as DEGALAN, are designed to offer multiple possibilities for the formulation of heat-sealing lacquers.
Both new FPA systems are designed to replace existing heat-sealing equipment on liquid-filled pouch form-fill-seal lines or pre-made pouch systems.
Additionally, compared to conventional heat-sealing, the material itself can be of a lower thickness so energy costs are reduced.
Among the heat-sealing methods, heat-sealing technique is the most commonly used.
LEADING heat-sealing equipment supplier Proseal has launched a high throughput modular linear tray sealing system with the flexibility to be incorporated into a fully automated turnkey production line.
The FoodSaver Professional II has several new features with commercial quality for a home vacuum packaging system including a fully automatic one-touch vacuum and sealing system, cut and seal bag-making systems, heavy-duty heat-sealing bar, safety precision bag cutter, altitude adjustable vacuum sensor, automatic lid-closing mechanism and micro-processor controlled operation.
Jaw-type heat-sealing equipment for bag-making applications.