Sav-on Bags is proud to showcase our professional-grade Heat Sealers that will get the job done with no fuss! We have options to accommodate for every step of your companies sealing demands. If you're not sure where to start, check out below for more information.
How to Decide which model?
We can breakdown the heat sealers to a few categories based on estimated sealing amount:
* These numbers don't mean you can't seal more, these are just our recommendations
Looking for sealing machines with multiple functions?
Some heat sealers have multiple functions aside from heat sealing, such as: date coding, nitrogen-flushing & vacuuming.
Constant Heat Sealers vs. Impulse Heat Sealers, which one fits my needs?Similarities:
- Both have heating elements that use electricity to heat the sealing machine.
- Impulse sealers only use a brief pulse of electricity to provide a heat seal for a few seconds. This translates to sealing bags that are typically thinner (not having multiple layers or thicker material like kraft paper). There is no warm-up time, so you can use this machine as soon as it's powered up.
- Constant Heat Sealers are just like the name implies; they are always hot. This translates to being able to seal bags that are much thicker or have more layers (kraft paper, gusseted bags, mylar, and more.) There is a warm-up time for the heat sealer to achieve it's set temperature, once it's warmed up, it should maintain that temperature till the machine is powered off. Warm-up time is typically a few minutes.
- Typical seal line widths are about 5 mm* on Impulse sealers and about 10 mm* on Constant Heat sealers.
* Seal width can be different from the posted typical widths here but is listed on each machine page if different.