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Heat Seal Wrapper 12" Width Single Roll 6x9 Hotplate, Model# 625A-MINI

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Item Code:
ALFA-625A-MINI
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Quickly and Easily Wraps Products in an Attractive, Leak-Resistant Package
Heavy Gauge Welded Aluminum Base
Stainless Steel Wrapping Surface
Large rubber feet for stability
Solid-state controlled film cutoff rod
Thermostatically controlled hot plate with nonstick cover
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Description

Manufacturer Model #: 625A-MINI

When food service managers decide which food-wrapping or packaging system to buy there can be a bewildering variety of systems to consider. But it can be an easy choice: thanks to their outstanding quality, HeatSeal's ETL-listed food-wrapping units have established themselves as the most popular packaging systems in modern supermarkets today. This countertop heat-sealer (model 625-A Mini) is an efficiently-designed and simple-to-use marketing packaging unit and accommodates an 12" roll of plastic film wrap; the wrapper's cutting rod has a solid state circuit. Measuring 6" by 15", this sealer's hot plate features a replaceable non-stick cover. Weighing only 20 pounds this unit is easily installed but is extremely durable; the frame is constructed of heavy duty aluminum and the wrapping surface is stainless steel. Supplying supermarkets, cafeterias and delis with sturdy, durable film-wrappers for over sixty years, Heatseal has designed a line of packagers designed to endure years of heavy commercial use. Note: you can specify this heat-sealer as a 220V unit, or with a built in timer, by special order.
ETL-listed and ETL Sanitation
Material:
Aluminum / Stainless Steel
Voltage:
115
Hertz:
60
Phase:
1
Net-Weight:
20 lbs
Length:
21.00"
Width:
15.00"
Height:
5.00"
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Warranty

This product has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
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1 Review

  • 4
    Great Product

    Posted by Joe Vetzel on Oct 26th 2016

    its nice. a little tricky at 1st

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