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Heat Sealer Parts & Tape

We understand that when it comes to heat sealing, having the right parts and tape can make all the difference keeping your products safe and fresh during transit and storage.

That’s why we carry a range of parts including everything from replacement heating elements and temperature controllers to sealing bars and cutting wires. Our parts suit a variety of different heat sealing machines, so you can be sure to find what you need for your specific equipment.

Heat sealer tape

We offer a range of high-quality heat sealing tape to fit your heat sealer machine. Our tapes are designed to provide a strong, reliable seal on a variety of different packaging materials. Whether you are sealing bags, pouches, or other types of packaging, we can help you get the job done right.

Heat sealer machine spare parts

Our heat sealer parts, such as sealing bars and cutting wires, are perfect for creating precise and clean seals on bags of different thicknesses.

And we stock a range of other spare parts including timers, transformers, springs, temperature controllers, and micro switches.

We’re committed to providing our customers with the best possible products and service. That’s why we stand behind everything we sell. If you have any questions, or if you need help selecting the right products for your needs, just ask. Our team of experts is always here to help.


What is heat seal tape?

Heat seal tape is a heat-resistant adhesive tape used in packaging equipment to create secure and tamper-evident seals. It provides a non-stick surface, so your bags do not stick to the sealing elements when exposed to heat. Heat seal tape enhances sealing efficiency and productivity, making it an essential component for food businesses packaging their products.

What plastic do you use with a heat sealer?

The plastic commonly used with a heat sealer is polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP), but you can use other plastics and foils as well.

What can I use to heat seal?

To heat seal items, you can use materials such as plastic bags, foil bags, cellophane films, laminated materials, and heat shrinkable films. These materials are compatible with heat sealing equipment and can be securely sealed by applying heat. Choosing the appropriate material for heat sealing ensures successful and reliable seals for packaging purposes.

How do you replace a heating element in a heat sealer?

The specific steps for replacing a heating element may vary depending on the make and model of the heat sealer. But the general steps are:

  1. Disconnect the power
  2. Access the heating element: Depending on the specific heat sealer model, remove any covers or panels to access the heating element assembly. This may involve unscrewing or releasing fasteners.
  3. Disconnect the old heating element: Carefully disconnect any electrical connections or wiring attached to the heating element, noting their positions for reassembly.
  4. Remove the old heating element: Unscrew or unfasten the heating element from its mounting or bracket, taking care not to damage any surrounding components.
  5. Install the new heating element
  6. Reconnect electrical connections
  7. Reassemble and test

How long does heat tape last?

The longevity of heat tape can vary depending on factors such as the quality of the tape, usage conditions, and maintenance. On average, heat tape can last anywhere from 10000 – 100000 seals. The manufacturer’s guidelines for your heat tape will provide more accurate information on its expected lifespan.

How we can help you

1. Consult Tell us about your business, your food products, and how you want to package them.
2. Advise We’ll recommend the best packaging machines to suit your business.
3. Install You get the right equipment for the job. We can install it and train your team to use it safely.
4. Support We'll support you with technical advice, servicing, maintenance, and printing.

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