Bottom Seal Bag Making In Line

The plastic industry is one of the important industries of a national economy. Plastic bag manufacturing relies on two methods: sealing method and application. Plastic bags are manufactured from extensible film by heat-sealing one or more sides or edges. The bottom-seal bag making technique seals the plastic bag at the bottom only. It is generally made by a heated and flat sealing bar which presses the layers of film to be sealed against a Teflon-covered rubber pad.

Plastic Machinery and Parts (PMP) offers a comprehensive catalog of plastic extrusion and converting equipment with representation for brand new equipment as well. PMP’s world-wide network of machinery dealers and agents has made them a sought-after supplier and provider of different types of machine for plastic bag making and others. PMP has an incredible inventory of equipment and parts in their 12,500 square feet building.

PMP Supply form the following

Glouster Enginering, GEC, BGE, Battenfield, Fife, Ashland, Taylor, Merrit, Berlyn, Berringer, Carnevali, Lung Ming, Roan, Schjeldahl, Scheldahl, DeBernardi, W&H, Windmoeller & Hoelscher. Gamma, Gamma Machinery, Platimac, Fentek, Fentech, Century Tech, Hudson Sharp, Waterline, FMC, Elba, Hemingstone, Holweg, Barry-Wehmiller, Auto Bag, GN, CMD, Fin Kon, Cooper, Sarr, Sideweld, Bag Machine Parts,

Common plastics and uses
» Polyester (PES)-Fibers, textiles.
» Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)-Carbonated drinks bottles, peanut butter jars, plastic film, microwavable packaging.
» Polyethylene (PE)-Wide range of inexpensive uses including supermarket bags, plastic bottles.
» High-density polyethylene (HDPE)-Detergent bottles and milk jugs.
» Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)-Plumbing pipes and guttering, shower curtains, window frames, flooring.
» Polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) (Saran)-Food packaging.
» Low-density polyethylene (LDPE)-Outdoor furniture, siding, floor tiles, shower curtains, clamshell packaging.
» Polypropylene (PP)-Bottle caps, drinking straws, yogurt containers, appliances, car fenders (bumpers), plastic pressure pipe systems.
» Polystyrene (PS)-Packaging foam/"peanuts", food containers, plastic tableware, disposable cups, plates, cutlery, CD and cassette boxes.
» High impact polystyrene (HIPS) -: Refrigerator liners, food packaging, and vending cups.
» Polyamides (PA) (Nylons)-Fibers, toothbrush bristles, fishing line, under-the-hood car engine moldings.
» Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)-Electronic equipment cases (e.g., computer monitors, printers, keyboards), drainage pipe.
» Polycarbonate (PC)-Compact discs, eyeglasses, riot shields, security windows, traffic lights, lenses.
» Polycarbonate/Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (PC/ABS)-A blend of PC and ABS that creates a stronger plastic. Used in car interior and exterior parts and mobile phone bodies.
» Polyurethanes (PU)-Cushioning foams, thermal insulation foams, surface coatings, printing rollers (Currently 6th or 7th most commonly used plastic material, for instance the most commonly used plastic found in cars).