Polyweld Polyester Sealing Machines
polyester sealing machines from Conservation Resources come in two sizes with
different sealing capacities.
Our Model B-50 is an industrial model currently
in use in large institutions and in our own factories. Its features include:
Simplicity: to make a seal, just flip a handle and push a button.
Reliability: after more than twenty years, we have seen very few
problems. Both the B-50 and its smaller cousin, the B-20, consistently
receive high marks for customer satisfaction.
Speed of Operation: sealing time can be as short as 3 seconds per
edge for an average 3 mil envelope.
Design: the design of the B-50 allows two people to seal at one
time, since sealing mechanisms are located on both sides of the machine. This
can literally double output while allowing two projects to run concurrently.
Coating: the sealing surfaces are treated with a special coating
to reduce static build-up in the polyester. This makes it easier to handle,
reducing slippage and increasing efficiency. This coating will not harm the
Capability: The 50 in. sealing bar allows very large items to be
Our smaller Model
B-20 Polyweld offers similar benefits to the conservator, with a few
Continuous sealing capability: rather than allowing a 50 in. seal
at once, this machine is limited to 21 in.; however, it is open-ended to
allow multiple seals to extend as far as requirements demand simply by moving
the polyester along the sealing bar.
Cost effective: ideally suited for the conservation lab, most budgets
can absorb the cost, one of the primary benefits of this machine.
Lead time: the
B-20 is readily available; lead time for the larger machines may be
considerable as they are made to order.
Size: this small machine comes in two pieces, the sealing mechanisms
in one piece and a separate tray upon which polyester being sealed is placed.
Together they weigh less than 50 pounds.
Portability: the compact size of the B-20 means it can be stored
on a shelf when not in use. Our Model B-50 is not portable, and will demand a
large, sturdy table on a permanent basis.