SealerSales W-Series I-Bar Sealers w/ Sliding Cutter and Film Roller
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SealerSales W-Series I-Bar Sealers w/ Sliding Cutter and Film Roller

Brand: SealerSales
  • Seal Length: 14" - 35"
  • Seal Width: 2.7mm
  • Designed for shrink film packaging, but can also be used for sealing poly bags
  • Come in ivory color
  • Ships Free Over $75
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Product Description

These SealerSales W-Series I-Bar Sealers w/ Sliding Cutter and Film Roller are designed for shrink film packaging, but can also be used for sealing poly bags as they work similar to hand sealers. These sealers have flat element and sliding blade to make bags out of poly tubing. The blade cuts 5/8" from the seal. They accommodate film up to 35" wide and 0.025mm (100 gauge) thick, have a 2.7mm seal width, and up to 33.75" cutting length. These sealers have steel construction including the work base for quality and durability.

Product Details

  • Designed for shrink film packaging, but can also be used for sealing poly bags
  • Have a flat element and sliding blade to make bags out of poly tubing.
  • Comes in ivory color.
  • 14" - 35" sealing length with 2.7mm seal width.
  • 13" - 33.75" cutting length
  • The blade cuts 5/8" from the seal.
  • Film and heat gun are sold separately.
  • Easy to Operate:
    Insert the product between the two layers of center fold film and press down the sealing bar. Pull the sealed package slightly away from the sealing bar. The element wire will cut and seal the edge. Now turn it over and seal the other side. Apply hot air using heat gun to shrink the film uniformly.

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  • Seal Width: 2.7mm
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Demonstration Video

W-Series I-Bar Sealer Spring Hook Assembly Maintenance

Transcript: Sealer Sales Band Maintenance:
How to Change the Spring Hook Assembly on the W-Series I-Bar Sealers
 
What is the spring hook assembly?
 
The spring hook assembly (Part#SHA-WH) holds the element / heating wire in place on the Sealer Sales W-Series I-Bar Sealers. There are two spring hook assemblies which are found on eather end of the seal arm. Similar to mounting springs, the spring hook assemblies are responsible for keeping the tension on the wire as too much slack will create a poor seal. We recommend changing out the spring hook assembly from time to time. This video will w ...
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Sealer Sales Band Maintenance:

How to Change the Spring Hook Assembly on the W-Series I-Bar Sealers

 

What is the spring hook assembly?

 

The spring hook assembly (Part#SHA-WH) holds the element / heating wire in place on the Sealer Sales W-Series I-Bar Sealers. There are two spring hook assemblies which are found on eather end of the seal arm. Similar to mounting springs, the spring hook assemblies are responsible for keeping the tension on the wire as too much slack will create a poor seal. We recommend changing out the spring hook assembly from time to time. This video will walk through how to change it out. Make sure your unit is unplugged before performing any maintenance.

 

  1. To replace the front spring hook assembly, pull the spring hook assembly down from the I-Bar arm.

        2. Disassemble the spring hook assembly.

        3. Replace with the new spring hook assembly. Attach the heating element wire to the spring hook assembly. Notice the notch located on the  spring hook. Push the              spring hook assembly back into the arm of the sealer. Make sure the larger end of the shoulder washer is pushed back into the arm of the sealer as well.

        4. To access the back spring hook assembly, remove the back panel.

        5. Remove the spring hook assembly by pushing down on the washer and spring.

        6. Replace with new spring hook assembly

        7. Push the spring hook assembly back into place.

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