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Low-volume tray sealer

11 November 2018

Proseal has launched the TTe, a small, compact and robust tray sealer which is suited to in low-volume production applications or in production trials. 

The TTe has been developed specifically to assist the progression of safe food packaging and shelf life extension to underdeveloped countries where packaging is overused and underutilised. A semi-automatic, draw type, tray sealing machine with full vacuum facility, the tray sealer is capable of sealing up to 10 vacuum/gas packs per minute with a two-impression tool.

The machine forms part of the company’s ‘e’ technology range, which is characterised by its flexibility to perform any style of heat seal to a pre-formed tray – whether atmospheric, MAP, VMAP, Skin, Skin Plus or Skin Deep. These options can be added at the point of purchase or a later date, or can be removed at any time, offering greater flexibility. 

The TTe features a five-minute tool changeover, a simple and accurate film-feed system with an easy film route, and a maintenance-friendly robust construction. Its ‘Auto-Tool’ feature means that, at the touch of a button, it automatically locates and connects the tooling to machine functions, including all MAP functions.


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