Please visit: SencorpWhite Inc.
400 Kidds Hill Rd.
Hyannis, MA 02601 US
Manufactures sealers, which include automated inline blister and clamshell sealers, manual hot-bar sealers, impulse sealers and shuttle-style tray sealers.
CeraTek laboratory and medical sealers are suitable for sealing medical pouches and thermoformed trays. Features include top heat, process control and LCD touchscreen HMI display, closed-loop temperature control, validation ports and process fault indication, independently controlled lower heated seal die, vacuum/gas flush, recipe storage and data acquisition.
CeraTek multi-use precision table top-bar sealers allow for both front-to-back and lateral pass-through capabilities for sealing the pouch at any depth.
CeraPak inline clamshell and blister sealers for visual carded packaging and designed for a variety of package seals including face, foldover card, plastic-to-plastic clamshell and medical device and pharmaceutical dose-pak.
CeraPak line also includes modular large sealers designed to seal fluted board without the need for glue or adhesive. Suitable for sustainable packaging applications.
Complete turnkey systems available including fully automated product loading, collating, cartoning and casepackaging. All sealers can be custom-designed.
Machine type: In-line, roll-fed
Max. mold area: 19 x 23 to 50 x 50 in.
Max. depth of draw: 11 in.
Sheet thickness range: 0.080 to 0.100 in.
Features: Ceramic or quartz heaters; vacuum or pressure forming; plug-assist; hydraulic, pneumatic or servo-driven press; cut-in-place, separate in-machine trim or separate trim; up-stacking, down-stacking, count stacking, push-off stacking, robotic parts removal; quick-change tooling.
Most of the developments will focus on in-line systems.
Shift from private to capital ownership give Tray-Pak a boost.
The 2500 Ultra represents a new generation of in-line thermoformers from SencorpWhite, Hyannis, Mass.
A new standard roll-fed thermoformer comes with "basic" features and is available for quick delivery from stock at a price of $269,000.
Several new processing technologies unveiled at NPE point to thermoforming’s growing capability to produce in-mold labeled and decorated plastic parts.
Sencorp Inc., a manufacturer of thermoforming machinery in Hyannis, Mass., has formed a technology-sharing agreement with Asano Laboratories, an innovative Japanese maker of thermoformers.
Thermoforming innovations at K 2004 include several new trim-in-place units for packaging, the first in-line packaging system with an infrared scanner that automatically adjusts oven temperatures. and improved halogen heating that works better with preprinted sheet.High-speed packagingIllig of Germany will introduce the RDK 80, a high-speed automatic trim-in-place pressure former whose advanced servomotor control is said to allow very precise setting of variable platen strokes and speeds.
Thermoforming equipment displays at K 2001 focus on innovations in trim-in-place packaging, especially for PP food containers. There is also action in improving productivity of heavy-gauge industrial forming machinery.
New capabilities for continuous roll-fed forming machinery were unveiled at NPE. They include forming heavier sheet, forming lids with a tamper-evident band, and producing in-mold decorating preforms with preprinted sheet. Tooling also advanced with a new and easier way to keep the forming inserts and trim-in-place punch level after the punch is sharpened.