Press-fit gasket lifted to show installation
“old style” glued gasket mess!
Easy to maintain tray sealer tool
We make our clean room tray sealer nests with press-fit gaskets. Each gets a molded silicone gasket that fits into a milled slot. The result? A gasket that’s easy to replace if the original gets damaged or wears out. The “old way” is to just glue the gasket to the plate. You can see the aftermath of trying to cleanup the plate for a replacement!
Also, our nests have Tyvek lid locator pins that thread in (for easy replacement in case one gets damaged). These pins feature soft springs and polished plunger tops so your sealer platen stays un-marred over repeated use.
Tray sealer tool with internal bar support
This is an example showing a tray sealer tool with an inner seal bar. While most nests seal just the perimeter of the tray, it’s not a problem for us to make your nest work with almost any tray.
Vacuum test device
Vacuum test device- inside view
This device will test seal integrity on parts during assembly. Operation is simple, assemblers hold the part to test onto the nozzle and activate a momentary switch to draw a vacuum. Then watch the gauge to see any leakage.
6-up Tray sealer tool
Most tray sealer tools (or sealer nests) have one or two cavities. This tool shows a 6-up pattern. The optimal production speed balance is usually a factor of seal dwell time vs time to pre-load each tray. Easy to load parts can be put through the sealer faster with multi-up tools (up to the limit of pressure on your sealer, of course).
Custom drying rack- left side
This is the left half of a custom drying rack. The right half is a mirror image of this and the two halves are held together with dowel rods. It provides a convenient way to keeps parts separate while drying.
Press guide extension
Ever wanted to modify existing equipment? This is an extension table we made for supporting parts longer than the original press would accommodate. It screws onto the existing frame and extends the register edge for long parts.
Test well plate- custom
Customers often use proprietary processes which we can’t explain in any detail here. This block is an example showing individual well pockets for keeping samples separated for testing. The pockets taper deeper on one end.
Bar sealer with hatch pattern
This customer wanted to experiment with a custom hatch pattern on their bag sealer. The standard bar is just a smooth surface.
Pen tip scriber
This little device puts a scribed line on a clear plastic tip (like a calibration line). The part is inserted vertically, then rotated by hand while the clamped wheel cuts a line at a set depth. These parts snap on to a small flash light and provide visual feedback on depth of insertion. We went with a scribed line because printed lines wear off too easily when cleaning between uses.