SAFE PACKAGING SOLUTIONS WITH ZERO IGNITION SOURCES
Temperature saturated steam provides the platen heat source for bag sealing. Even the onboard controller is electricity free. This thwarts the risk of ignition source explosions or fires when packaging in risky environments.
Our EPV-610-NTW sealer is fitted with a vacuum packaging system so you can vacuum package your product with the same safety as the standard EPV-610 machine. Vacuum packaging your oxygen sensitive product has clear benefits.
Our ingenious air powered onboard controller is electricity and spark free so you can seal your bags in a hazardous environment.
In high particulate and flammable environments, a spark from a sealer could be an ignition point, electricity free is explosion safe.
User selected temperatures allow for the use of a host of bag materials such as nylon and foil. Users can easily change settings.
For better seal quality and repeatability, we utilize heat/cool cycles of impulse sealing. The end result is a stronger bag seam.
Adjustable temperatures allow for the fine tuning of the heat sealing parameters in order to create the strongest seal rapidly.
The EPV-610 uses spring action so no forcible pressure is applied in the event a finger is caught, also releasing foot opens jaw.
“On average, 37,000 fire incidents occur at manufacturing companies each year, these incidents resulting in the deaths of 18 employees, injuring 279, and causing over one billion dollars in property damage”
Source: National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) fire statistic
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