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*Free Delivery

Heat Sealer, cable foot operated, with cutter- 660mm Weld

Heat Sealer
Cable foot operated with cutter
660mm Weld
Seals up to 1000g film (x 2 layers)

*Free delivery applies to UK Mainland only
Product Code: HTSLRHM6500CDL

Availability: In stock

from £926.70

£1,112.04 inc VAT

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Product Description
  • Maximum sealing length 660mm
  • Seal width - 3mm
  • 360 Watts power
  • 19.5 kg in weight
  • 851mm (L) x 180mm (W) x 190mm (H)

This industrial heat sealeris foot operated via lever action pedal and cable.  Operator effort is minimised and efficiency increased. This model has a dual electronic timer for total control of the heating and cooling cycle. The cutter facilitates easy bag production from layflat tubing - Seals up to 1000 gauge film (in 2 layers). SImple to maintain with consumable spares available on request. This machine can be bench mounted or use with a Heat Sealer Stand Kit.

Additional Information

Food Safe N/A
Made in the UK No
Free Delivery Yes
Width 665mm weld


Our welds are coming out all puckered, what is wrong?

This is caused by too much heat - i.e. you need to turn down the dial until the puckering stops but the weld is still sound.

Our welds are bursting open when we fill the bag. Why?

This is probably due to slightly insufficient heat. Try turning up the dial by just half to one point at a time until the welds hold properly.

After a few welds I can see a blackish build-up on the teflon over the sealing strip. What is this?

Its melted polythene. You may have your heat turned up just a bit high and this is causing excessive melting during the welding process. The excess melted polythene ends up on your teflon cover. Simply wipe it off and turn the heat down. Heat sealers should always be run at the minimum temperature at which a successful weld can be achieved.