Conveyor mounted ultrasonic sealer

Valve bag sealer | Bag closing and sealing

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    The Conveyor Mounted Ultrasonic Sealer Models 2001/2002 are a patented positive valve bag sealing means that uses ultrasonic energy, not heat, for a cleaner weld and no product degradation. They are designed to seal a wide variety of products in valve bags, and work with Premier Tech air, auger and impeller packers.

    The Model US2001 ultrasonic sealer is a single deck “in-line” machine that seals 8 to 10 bags a minute in the conveyor line . The Model US2002 ultrasonic sealer is a higher speed, double-deck version with two sealers stacked one on top of the other.  A bag diverter alternately sends the bags to the upper and lower sealer decks.  Sealing rates of up to 20 bags a minute are attainable with the Model US2002.

    The US2001 and US2002 in-line valve sealers use ultrasonic energy to displace product from the seal area of extended sleeved valve bags and weld the sealable sleeve. The sealed bag is immediately released to a downstream conveyor.

    The US2001 and US2002 use the same rugged PINSONIC Ultrasonic components used in the other models of Premier Tech Ultrasonic sealers.

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    Features

    • Ultrasonic sealing method - no heat used
    • High speed unit for multiple packers
    • Low cost valve sealing
    • Minimum floor space requirement
    • Rugged PINSONIC type Ultrasonic Components

    Options

    • Choice of Lexan (plexiglass) or perforated steel guard material
    • Easy Adjust Side Former - enables valve bag size adjustments to be made without hand tools
    • Power Lock Down Easy Adjust Side Push - allows adjustment to be made without opening the guard door

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