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Hand-operated machine maintains quality

21 May 2010

Proseal has launched a hand-operated, fully portable tray sealing machine, which maintains seal quality, for small scale usage

The new T2 has been developed for trials and development work, smaller production runs or for use in food shops and delicatessens.

Proseal has launched a hand operated, fully portable tray sealing machine for small scale usage. The new T2 has been specially developed for trials and development work, smaller production runs or for use in food shops and delicatessens.

Featuring a manual film feed system, the T2 is capable of up to six cycles per minute. It is supplied with a flat seal profile and film cutting blade as standard.

The T2 incorporates a very simple tool change system. This allows many different tray sizes to be used, providing the necessary flexibility for product testing purposes or where multiple products are sold and sealed individually in a variety of pack formats.

The machine features the same rugged construction as all Proseal equipment, ensuring long term ease of use and reliability. It also delivers the same seal force as any fully automatic Proseal machine to ensure excellent seal quality every time.

“The T2 underlines our ability to offer a tray sealing solution to meet any type of food operation, including those with smaller output requirements,” comments Proseal director Rob Hargreaves.

“The machine provides an efficient and cost-effective sealing system for a variety of requirements without compromising on seal quality.”

The Proseal T2 is a hand operated, fully portable tray sealing machine for small scale usage.

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