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Table Top | Axle Mounted Table Top Wrappers

table top axle mount hand wrap machine hand wrap station stretch film wrapper
  • table top axle mount hand wrap machine hand wrap station stretch film wrapper
  • table top axle mount hand wrap machine hand wrap station stretch film wrapper
  • table top axle mount hand wrap machine hand wrap station stretch film wrapper
  • table top axle mount hand wrap machine hand wrap station stretch film wrapper

Product Overview

Heat Seal's most popular hand wrap machine, stretch film overwrapper 625A. A hand wrap station with a 6" by 15" hot plate and film core axle for easy film handling.  Also available in space saving 625A Mini, extra wide 24" film capacity 625A24, and multiple roll 825A/875A.

Features
  • Standard 115V Power Supply
  • Solid State Controlled Film Cut Off Rod
  • Heavy Gauge Aluminum Base
  • Aluminum and Stainless Steel Construction
  • Stainless Steel Wrapping Surface
  • Large Sturdy Rubber Feet

Machine Specs & Options

Model 625A 625A MINI 625A24 825A/875A
Film Capacity 18" 12" 24" Two / Three 18"
Hot Plate 6" x 15" 6" x 9" 8" x 15" 6" x 15"
Overall Dimensions   26”D, 22.5”W,
9”H
  21”D, 15.5”W,
9”H
  34”D, 29.4”W,
9”H
  33”D, 23.5”W,
23“H
Power Requirement 115 Volt, 6.5 Amp, 60 Cycles
Wattage 725 Watts

 

Options
  • 625A: 18" Film Capacity, 6" by 15" hot plate, axle mount
  • 625A Mini: Compact, 12" Film Capacity, 6" by 9" hot plate, axle mount
  • 625A24: 24" Film Capacity, 8" by 15" hot plate, axle mount
  • 825A: Two 18" Film Capacity, 6" by 15" hot plate, axle mount
  • 875A: Three 18" Film Capacity, 6" by 15" hot plate, axle mount
  • 12 Hour Timer ico_question
  • 8” by 15” Hot Plate with Belly Guard (625A/825A/875A only) ico_question
  • Model 50 Stand ico_question
  • 220 Volt Power Supply

Videos

  • Setup and Operation on 625A

    How to set up the 625A. mounting the axle, threading the machine, and the operating 625A.

Replacement Parts

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Image Part # Description
#6305018 Bearing Block Set, Table/Floor Model
#6305076 6" x 15" Fabricated Hot Plate
#6108002 Round Red Pilot Light 125V (Replaces old # 1836004)
#1872008 15Amp Toggle Switch, 125V
#6108003 Fuse Holder, ¼ Quick Disc., HKP-HH (Replaces old # 1821013)
#1818001 Circuit Control Board
#6110016 Element Assembly
#2145023 B200 Thermostat Knob
#5901011 6" x 15" Non-stick Replaceable Cover
#6101020 6" x 15" Hot Plate Assembly Kit, 110V with Thermostat, Element, HD Plate, Wires & Non-stick Replaceable Cover
#6305075 Bearing Block Kit with Mounting Bracket: Stainless Screws, Carriage Bolts, Lockwashers, Hex Nuts, Luster Caps, Upper and Lower Bearing Blocks, Support Plates
#6305080 Element Retainer Plate
#1881002 B200 Thermostat
#1851052 5 Foot 16/3 SJT Power Cord with Cap
#1824011 23" Long Cut-Off Rod
#1821034 1 Amp MDA Fuse Slo-Blo
#6110023 White 3" Core Adapter Set
#6305041 Seal Plate Wire Harness Kit (3 Wires)
#3005004 Film Core Axle 5/8" x 21 15/16" Long
#6125035 Thermostat Mounting Bracket
#6110025 3" Aluminum Core Adapter Kit

General Questions

What is the standard voltage for wrapping machines?


  • 110V (220V is available.)

Axle Assembly: Installing, Mounting, & Adjusting


Installing the Axle Assembly on Table Top Models

625A:

  1. Position the complete axle assembly on the rear of the wrapper with the removable end cap on the left side and the bearing blocks on the outside of the sides of the machine base as shown in the drawing.
  2. Fasten the bearing blocks to the sides of the machine base with the four bolts, lock washers and hex nuts provided in the bearing block set.

825A/875A:

  1. Position the complete axle assemblies between the side plates of the wrapper with the removable end cap on the left side and the bearing blocks and mounting brackets on the inside of the plates.
  2. Fasten bearing blocks, mounting bracket and axle to the side plates with the fasteners provided in the bearing block set.

Mounting Film onto the Axle

Table Models:

  1. Place the ends of axle into the grooves on lower bearing blocks with the removable end cap positioned on the left side.
  2. Swing the upper bearing blocks toward the inside of the machine base until they align with the lower bearing blocks.
  3. Thread the wing nuts onto both of the bolts located in the slotted holes of the upper bearing blocks and tighten all of the wing nuts on all four of the bolts in the bearing block assemblies.
  4. Replace the protective caps on the ends of both bolts located in the slotted holes of the upper bearing blocks.

Floor Models:

  1. Loosen four wing nuts. Swing out upper bearing blocks on both sides.
  2. Lift out axle assembly and unscrew movable end cap, position fixed end cap for correct film width then secure with pin and o-ring.
  3. Position the cardboard core of the film roll against the taper of the fixed end cap. Make sure the film is threaded from the bottom of the roll and under film roller.
  4. Replace movable end cap and screw on tightly.
  5. Replace the axle assembly and film roll onto the lower bearing blocks, swing upper bearing blocks back into place and tighten and adjust wing nuts for desired film tension

Removing the Axle Assembly

  1. Remove the protective caps from the ends of both bolts located in the slotted holes of the upper bearing blocks.
  2. Remove the wing nuts on both bolts with the protective caps removed and loosen the wing nuts on both bolts located in the other holes of the upper bearing blocks.
  3. Swing the upper bearing blocks toward the outside of the machine base until the ends of the axle are exposed.
  4. Lift the axle out of the lower bearing blocks.

Changing the Axle Cap Width

  1. Pull pin out of the outer flange of hub until the end of pin clears the inner flange of hub. Do not completely remove the pin from the hub.
  2. Slide the hub to the new position and align the hole on the inner flange on hub with the nearest hole in the axle.
  3. Push the pin completely through the inner flange of hub and the axle until the top of the pin is flush with the outer flange of hub.

Film for Overwrappers


Film for Stretch Film Overwrappers
PVC stretch film for wrapping meat and produce, its chemical characteristics provide barriers to protect the product.
Stretch film for pallet wrap is Polyethylene and not to be used on wrappers.

Film Sizing

Table Top    Floor Model
625A: 18"    104A: 20"
625A Mini: 12"    107A: 19"
600A: 20"    112A: 20"
500A: 20"    102A: 19"
500A Mini: 13"    SM-1: 19"

 


How to properly overwrap packages


USE CAUTION WHEN WRAPPING PACKAGES AS THE CUT-OFF ROD AND PLATE ARE HOT TO THE TOUCH

  1. Place package to be wrapped in the center of the package rest. Using both hands, grasp film at outer edges and with an even, steady, outward motion pull toward yourself enough film to fit over and around the entire package to be wrapped.
  2. Place film over package and tuck under around 2 inches of film along the edge farthest from you. As you tuck the film, begin to pull the package towards you. At this time the package will be enclosed within the film. Please note that when you pull the film towards you that the proper film tension and most of the wrinkles have been removed before sealing package.
  3. Hold turned under film in place and using both hands, place the package on the hot plate to make the first seal. During this step the cut-off rod automatically softens the film so that it will separate from the film roll.
  4. Lift the wrapped package and tuck under the excess film on the sides of the package to make a tight package and then run across the hot plate to make the final seal. Note that the unused film from the roll should be resting on the cut-off rod waiting for the operator to wrap the next package.

View our YouTube video on the setup and operation: http://youtu.be/0eB1YFhg5Eo

 


Energy Saving with 12 Hour Timer


  • The twelve hour timer automatically turns the wrapper off (anywhere from one to twelve hours) after being set.
  • The twelve hour timers help to increase the life of the Heating Elements and other electrical components and conserve energy.
  • The timer itself consumes no additional energy.
  • The twelve hour time replaces the “ON/OFF” switch.

Operating & Service Manuals for Overwrappers

Troubleshooting

Hot plate is smoking


That is excess protective coating on the heating element burning off and should last no more than 10 or 15 minutes.


Hot plate works, but hot rod doesn't


A standard 110V Neon circuit tester can be used for testing.

Hot Rod, Circuit Board and Fuse Holder work together. Hot Plate, Thermostat and Element work together. Hot Plate and Hot Rod are independent of each other.

1) Check the fuse - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test across Terminals 3 and 4. If tester does not light, replace fuse.
2) Check the circuit board - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test across Terminals 1 and 2. If tester does not light, replace circuit board.
3) Test the Hot rod - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test between Terminal 1 and end of disconnected wire. if tester does not light, replace the hot rod.

WHEN REPLACING THE HOT ROD OR CIRCUIT BOARD IT IS RECOMMENDED TO REPLACE BOTH SINCE THEY WORK HAND IN HAND WITH EACH OTHER.

 


Hot rod is not hot enough, or too hot


♦ This unit should NOT be operated if rod temperature exceeds 300 degrees fahrenheit.  If smoke or fumes are detected, discontinue use. ♦

A standard 110V Neon circuit tester can be used for testing.

1) Check the circuit board - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. If potentiometer has been adjusted the rod will no longer work correctly. With power ON, test across Terminals 1 and 2. If tester does not light, replace circuit board.
2) Test the Hot rod - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test between Terminal 1 and end of disconnected wire. if tester does not light, replace the hot rod.

 


Hot rod is cold


A standard 110V Neon circuit tester can be used for testing.

  1. Check the fuse - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test across Terminals 3 and 4. If tester does not light, replace fuse.
  2. Check the circuit board - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test across Terminals 1 and 2. If tester does not light, replace circuit board.
  3. Test the Hot rod - With the power OFF, disconnect red wire from Terminal 1 and secure it out of the way without touching any metal. With power ON, test between Terminal 1 and end of disconnected wire. if tester does not light, replace the hot rod.

Machine doesn't turn on


  • Check for loose wires.

Hot plate is cold


Check element then thermostat.

Replace hot plate heating element, if necessary.


Timer will not set for short amounts of time


You must turn knob on the timer past 2 and set back to desired time.

 


Electrical Service Information


Instructions for diagnosing cut off rod, circuit board and fuse issues.  Electrical Service information for table top overwrappers, including part information and electrical testing procedures.

 


Maintenance

Which heating element do I use?


  • The element 6110-016 fits the 6" by 15", 8" by 15" and 9" by 12" hot plates.
  • The 6" by 9" hot plate uses 6504-022 element.

Changing the Non-stick Replaceable Cover


  • The Non-stick Replaceable Cover is not attached.
  • When the unit is cooled down, just pull the cover off.

Purchasing Questions: Parts for Overwrappers


  • Fuseholders are only sold as unit, which includes holder and cap. (Fuseholder 1821-013)
  • Bearing blocks and core adapters are sold as a set.
  • Transformers are no longer available. You need a hot rod conversion kit, which will vary be the size of your machine.
  • Replacement wires are no longer available. You need a hot rod conversion kit, which will vary be the size of your machine.

Schematics & Parts Lists

Non-stick Replaceable Cover: How to prolong the life


The non-stick replacable covers wear with use.
To prolong the life, always keep the cover clean and free of liquid and debris.
Rotate the cover occassionally.
Reduce friction by using an FDA approved lubricant on the cover.


Loading Film onto the wrappers


  • For Roller Type Wrappers (600, 800, 850): Rest film Roll on top of two rollers, centering film between the film guides. Tighten the thumbscrew against the film brake to ensure proper film tension.
  • For Axle Type Wrappers (625, 825, 875): See instructions for loading the film onto the axle.