ColSeal™ Electro Mec

Our ColSeal™ Electro Mec sealer is operation without the need for compressed air.

It is suitable for sealing packaging with an integrated paperboard lid and offers a film sealing option for pots and trays. Tooling is available for the simultaneous sealing of four sandwich packs and the sealing temperature control is easy to adjust to suit materials.

The sealer requires minimal maintenance and is easy to clean. It has a fully electric cycle so no compressed air supply is necessary.

The unit can be bench mounted or a base can be ordered to make this a floor-standing model.

  • Adjustable temperature control
  • Safety e-stop fitted
  • Work bench or countertop mounted
  • Interchangeable top tool for profile seal or cut options
  • Fully electric cycle – no air needed
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  Code Description Production Speed Sealing Capacity Dimensions
(L x W x H)
Weight Power
08ELECTR ColSeal™ Electro Mec Machine <6 cycles/min 320 x 420mm wide 520 x 620 x 700mm 60kg 230V x 1ph
08BASEPG ColSeal™ PGINOX & Electro Mec Base N/A N/A 520 x 620 x 1500mm 115kg N/A

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The paperboard material in these products is commercially compostable withing 90 days (EN132432 standard), where facilities are available.
The film material used for these products is commercially compostable within 90 days (EN132432 standard).
The plastic lids/window films used for these products are recyclable.
The lids for these products are made from recycled plastic material (rPET).
The board for these products is recyclable.
The board for these products is made from recycled material.
The product is suitable for microwave use.
The product is suitable for oven use.
The product is suitable for use in hot cabinets.
The product is suitable for freezer use.
Products with a shorter shelf-life.
Product with a longer shelf-life.
Products with an extended shelf-life.

Glossary

In our material descriptions we use abbreviations, this glossary explains the materials.

PE – Polyethylene
PET – Polyethylene Terephthalate
PP – Polypropylene