This case sealer's stainless steel frame is welded and bolted for strength, and the upper operating mechanisms are secured to the frame by a solid rack and gear system. Drive shafts are solid 1-1/4" steel. The clear guard doors combine maximum visibility with total protection as they stop production when opened. All these production features, built into a compact case sealer, make the Model 436 the solution for reliable top sealing.
Nonstop case feed keeps your line moving at maximum speed- cases may feed to the sealer back to back or spaced, and the metering belt automatically spaces each case for synchronized flap folding and sealing.
Simply smooth is the only way to describe this flap tucker. As cases pass by, it automatically rotates to gently and accurately fold the trailing inner flap of each case. Contoured flap folders close the outer case flaps gently at the scoreline even when running cases with poor scores. A steel tongue rides between the flaps as they are folded, preventing flap overlap.
The tape system is externally mounted, making it quick and easy to replace an empty tape roll and return to production. An optional "roll empty" sensor stops the sealer as the end of the tape leaves the roll. The attendant simply replaces the tape, and attaches the new roll to the tail of the previous one.