Knowledgebase : Manual Impulse Sealers
   
We generally advice not to do this. For most of our models, we sell both machine types, the 2-3 mm seal width or the 5mm seal width version of the machine. If you buy the 2-3 mm seal width impulse sealer it cannot be converted to 5 mm at a later time. ...
Yes. For some models you may use our round wire conversion kit. This wire allows the machine to cut while it seals. You may find these kits by typing round wire conversion kit in the search box on our site http://www.technopackcorp.com [http://www.techn...
Yes. These machines are designed to seal any thermoplastic material, including Polyethylene, Polypropylene, and laminations containing foils, such as those used to package coffee, or those that reduce electrostatic charge that are typically used to pack...
Attached you will find the photos that will correspond with my instructions, in photo's. * First you're going to remove the screws that hold the metal plate in place as seen in PHOTOS 1 AND 2. * Secondly you're going to remove the plate to gain acce...
No. These machines are equipped with a flat type heating element which is not able to cut the bag but only seals it. In order to use the machine to seal and cut at the same time a change of element type from flat to round will be required. Our technical s...
Make sure that you're not using the self clean button to seal and cut the bags. Check the element to make sure that no residue is on the element, or left behind around the element.
If your machine PTFE bands and heating element are breaking too quickly, to extend the life of the components of the machine you may: * Use the minimum necessary temperature to seal the bags * Keep the machine free of plastic build-up or debris by ...
An Impluse Sealer that has the cutting feature will have a cutting distance from the seal of 3/4". So from the edge of the seal to where the cut is made will measure 3/4".