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HS-650 Production Heat Sealer

Used for the production of high-quality heat seals in flexible packaging, this instrument produces seals up to 650mm long x 5 to 25mm wide.

Precise control of heat sealing process variables (temperature, pressure, and dwell time). It enables an optimal balance of material specification, packaging machine speed, and seal integrity. Accuracy and repeatability in laboratory heat seal testing is vital.

The HS-650 Production Heat Sealer provides precision digital controls for this purpose in this special version for seals up to 650mm wide.

HS-650 Production Heat Sealer

This heat sealer has been specifically designed to seal wider packages specifically in the medical device industry. The sealing head can be constructed of stainless steel components to meet the requirements of clean room environments, otherwise normally manufactured from aluminium.

This instrument is based on the standard HSE-3 heat sealing machine and is therefore very similar to operate.
The sealing jaw is guided on each side to ensure smooth and straight movement, the lower jaw being silicone rubber is self-adjusting for alignment.

The tray support allows the product to be placed on the machine and then easily presented to the sealing jaws.

 

With features like:

  • Precise pressure calibration of standard surface area jaw face
  • Temperature, pressure and dwell time digital controllers
  • Jaws constructed in aluminum and silicon with precision ground faces
  • Range of jaw face surfaces including Matched Crimp and Teflon Coating
  • Auto cycle feature for greater user convenience with multiple samples

 

Model: C0039 Series

The Crease & Stiffness Tester is used to test carton board, paper, printing and packaging materials. These are important measures to have correct and
uniform. As board stiffness and crease recovery (spring back) is important in the performance of cartons on high-speed packaging machines and when manual folding. The value of crease stiffness is technically important in the folding of carton blanks during their erection and closure.

The crease recovery (spring back) can result in forces, which distort the erected carton or cause stresses to be applied to closures, which reduce their effectiveness. Crease recovery is determined by the decrease in the resistance offered by the creased board after it is folded 90° at the crease measuring the recovery force after 15 secs. Board Stiffness is determined by bending a 50mm length of the board through a 15° angle.

Crease & Stiffness Tester

 

Options:

  • Crease & Stiffness Cutter required (to cut samples)
  • Radius folding jaw
  • 90-degree standard jaw
  • Adjustable bend length
  • Data Acquisition Software

Crease & Stiffness Cutter
Model C0016

IDM’s precision cutter is designed to assist in the easy and accurate cutting of sample specimens for both crease stiffness and bending stiffness testing.

SAMPLES:

  • Crease stiffness testing 38 x 36mm
  • Board samples 70 x 38mm