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OYSTAR Hamba cup, tub and bottle filling and sealing machines are used for pasty and liquid products in preformed containers.
Designed for food processing and packaging washdown environments, the Rollstock RC-300 rotary chamber machine features a 304L stainless steel modular frame.
Used for manually sealing and shrinking a variety of products, the Eastey VS1620 combo unit combines an L-sealer and shrink tunnel on a common frame with casters and 1 power source.
Engineered for small and growing companies, Eagle Packaging Machinery EZTAPE sealers have heavy-duty side-belt drives and side-mounted rollers to ensure square cases and tight seals.
As more consumers snack more often, brand owners provide products in portable, single-serving packs to appeal to these grab-and-go consumers and the retail outlets they frequent.
Automatically indexing random size cases from a powered infeed conveyor, the S&R SR4000T case sealer automatically folds all top flaps and applies up to 3-in. wide pressure-sensitive tape to the top and bottom of the case.
Designed for heat-seal applications, Rollprint Chameleon coextrusion-coated, color-changing sealant can be applied to any thermally stable web including polyester, nylon and polypropylene or onto any Rollprint ClearFoil barrier structures to enhance product security and help deter counterfeiting.
A fully automatic, recipe-driven hot melt applicator for roll-fed labeling, the B & H glue extrusion system produces void-free glue patterns while eliminating vacuum drum re-padding.
Garlock THERMa-PUR ultra-high-temperature sealing material comes in 40- x 40-in. sheets with an available fiber core in thicknesses of 1/16 and 1/8 in.; it is also available in pre-cut, Kammprofile and corrugated metal gaskets.
The H.B. Fuller Liquamelt adhesive system bulk feed option eliminates the need for on-floor staff to refill the adhesive reservoir; it allows containers to be located remotely and for the adhesive to be safely transferred from the sealed containers to the packaging machines through common, non-heated fluid hoses.