Hot Tack Tester

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Model: H0005

The Hot Tack tester tests the sealing properties of a wide range of sealable materials. Heat seal applications are highly useful in many industries. Such as packaging, plastic and others. This machine ensures reduction in production time and cost. As it increases the speed of sealing. This is applicable to food manufacturers, film producers, packaging material manufacturers.

Heat sealing is useful for large number of applications. Especially for efficient flexible packaging, seal strength is important. These include polypropylene, cello firms, thermoformed cuprs, trays. As well as laminates and blisters. Also, non woven materials as they can bond by heat. Thus, this machine is useful for all these purposes.

This tester ensures accuracy and consistent performance. It guarantees fast and repeatable results. That too free from human intervention.

The Hot Tack Tester determines the capability of a heat-seal join. To hang together when it is stressed, at a specified time interval. While still hot from the sealing operation. But before it reaches ambient temperature. The overall design of a package can contribute or detract from the materials ability to provide hot tack during the sealing process.

After a heat seal is made, it is probably subject to opening forces such as the weight of the fill. Hot Tack is simply the resistance to seal failure from these forces. This instrument also performs peel strength test by applying force to separate layers.

Hot tack knowledge is a considerable concern as package seals must be able to withstand forces and stresses. Which is  applied during the form filling process. By assessing the quality of seals key parameters which are sealing pressure, dwell time and temperature. These determine the optimum sealing conditions. Therefore reflected on the production line.

This new Hot Tack technology will aid in the research and development. Especially of flexible films used in the packaging industry.  This instruments is a must have in any modern day quality laboratory.

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An advanced system for monitoring the seal performance of flexible and semi rigid plastic bags or tubes.The Hot Tack test Setup page is used to allow the Operator to enter the required parameters of a test. These include • Test Nr • Thickness • Operator • Temperature • Lab Temp • Dwell time • Humidity • Seal pressure • Sample Width • Cooling time • Separation rate
• ASTM F1921 • ASTM F2029 • DIN 55571-2:2016-08 • ISO 23559:2011
• Sealing Temperature: Ambient – 200°C – 0.2°C; Readability - 0.1 • Sealing Pressure: Min: 115.0 kPa, Max: 530.0 kPa • Sealing Dwell Time: Min: 100ms, Max: 32000ms –1ms • Peel Load Cell: 50 lb • Peel Speed: Min: 4mm/s, Max: 800mm/s • Sealing Jaws: 100 x 5 mm flat Teflon Coated • Electrical: 3 Phase, 415 VAC @ 50 HZ • Air: 80 psi, recommended Min, 60 psi. • Sample Size: 15 or 25mm in width. Recommended length: 250mm • Colour Touch Screen • Cycle History page to view progress of testing • Printable Hot Tack Graph: Applied Force v Sealing Temperature • Safety guard and switches for safe operation • Automatic idle after 10 mins non-use • Automatic recording of ambient laboratory temperature • Laboratory humidity is recordable • Adjustable test parameters via touch screen • Manual / Automatic operation • Password accessible Calibration Menu • Adjustable Start / Finish points • PID Temperature Controlled Sealing Jaws • Microsoft¤ Window CE operating system • Time/Date internal memory • Air Supply: 80 psi • Electrical: 415 VAC @ 50 HZ, 3 Phase or 220 VAC @ 60 HZ • Dimensions: 1,400mm x 1,000mm x 400mm • Weight: 100kgOPTIONS: • RS232 output • InkJet Printer • Crimped Sealing Jaws — Made to order
• Provides the user a means of determining key sealing parameters. • The simple process is quick and easy. • Useful for quality control. • Precise, repeatable test circuits. • Able to test and inspect incoming material. • Data can be viewed in a graph or numerically. • Related to product development and quality control through the whole manufacturing chain of flexible packages. • Optimisation of the packaging process. • Optional ability to record data for future comparisons via RS232. • Optional ability to print results for hard copy storage.

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