The HAWO HPL 500 & 3000 continuous rotary heat sealer machines are market leading devices built for both industrial and medical packaging projects.
These machines are suitable for every type of laminated film including both single and multi layer flexible packaging materials.
In order to meet the strict quality and safety requirements of EN ISO 11607-2 this heat sealer machine is available in two configurations. Either a ‘D’ for non-validatable packaging requirements, Or ‘D-V’ that comes complete with additional validatable features for the medical, pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors.
With either machine you have the reassurance of a ‘best in class’ product that ensures optimal and consistent seal quality.
This machine produces sealing widths of 6 mm (0.24 inches) but can be produced wider on request.
In addition to the standard machine a variety of modifications and optional extras are available to complete you process. These include storage tray, roll holders, table stands, barcode scanners, printers and vertical stand made in stainless steel V2A construction.
What are the benefits of this rotary heat sealer?
Even the basic HPL 500 D model features a sealing belt speed of 10 meters (33 ft/min) per minute. This allows you to seal packaging at a medium to high volume making this an excellent choice for packaging lines.
The HPL 500 D-V features process parameters which control both the temperature and sealing speed. The operator can monitor this directly via the electronic control panel.
Also the 500 D-V specification lets you monitor deviant process parameters directly in line with the requirements specified in EN ISO 11607-2:2006.
The RS 232 interface allows allows for quick and easy integration with external documentation systems like the HAWO ht 180 pt-USB.
Both the HPL 500 D-V and the HPL 3000 D-V are ideal for medical packaging projects.
Do I need a rotary heat sealer?
Heat Sealers in general can be split into two categories. The first is an impulse heat sealer which features a jaw or clamp which manually compressed to create the seal.
The manual operation requires the operator to place the bag or pouch between the jaws, wait a few seconds for the material to seal, then allow it to cool.
Impulse heat sealers can be supplied in both table top and hand held formats.
Rotary band sealers work slightly differently in that they are all about seal quality and consistency.
A belt essentially ‘feeds’ the pouch from one side to another through the heating element of the machine. So heat and pressure are applied which creates the seal.
To decide you need to consider the material that you are sealing and what the seal quality requirements are for your project.
For example if you have a sterile packaging requirement you should definitely be considering a rotary heat sealer.
It may not be the case but you should take into consideration that an alternative like an impulse sealer can be exposed to human error.
It is very difficult to maintain a consistent sealing temperature and time with a manual device. Often seals may appear to be fine, but have been heated for an optimal time.
Poor seals and gaps are common with manual devices. This can lead to defected product. A rotary heat sealer eliminates this risk!
Can I adjust the sealing temperature?
Yes you can adjust the temperature using the electronic control. Between 80 and 220°C.
Power and Plugs!
The HPL 500 & 3000 machines are supplied as standard with the UK 3 pin 230V plug cover. They can be adapted at no additional cost to the EU 2 pin 230V and US 2 pin 110v.
Standard and stock machines require 3 – 4 days for UK orders.
Rotary Heat sealer – Technical Data
For more information please see the technical data sheet below.
A rotary band sealer is recommended for any projects that needs to conform with the following regulations – EN ISO 11607-1:2009, EN 868-4:2009
and EN 868-5:2009
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