Same Energy Savings, Space Saving Compact Design. Great for store areas with space constraints like cheese departments.
The new Energy Smart® Wrapper is proven to significantly reduce energy costs by 80%. The 700ES Mini is an on-demand hand wrap machine, which the seal plate only consumes energy when you need to seal a package. This unit is actuated when you place a product on the seal plate, the photo eye sees the product and actuates the seal cycle. The 700ES Mini has a GFCI in the electrical box.
Calculate your savings and find more information about utility rebates on the Energy Smart® page.
Please contact Taylour at (216) 341-2022 ext. 203 or email@example.com for information regarding the qualification process, testing program, education and commercialization.
Two Color LED for Photoeye Indication is Amber to Convey Seal Plate Heating, and Red when Seal Plate Reaches Sealing Temperature
NEW Circuit Breakers Replace Fuses for Fast and Easy Reset with less Maintenance
Supplied with a Replaceable Non-Stick Cover to Maintain a Hygienic Seal Surface
6” by 15” On-Demand Seal Plate Conserves 75-85% in Energy Costs
Patented, on-demand sealing technology, energy is consumed by the film seal plate only when store associates need to seal a package
Provides significant energy conservation by no longer requiring the seal plate to be energized throughout the day
Fixed Distance Photoeye to Detect All Tray Colors
Maintains levels of productivity seen with the old style wrappers
Rounded Stainless Steel Front Plate for Easy Wipe Down
Solid State Controlled Film Cut Off Rod
GFCI for Improved Circuit Integrity and Protection
Depending on what you pay per kilowatt hour, the chart below shows how much the Energy Smart Wrapper can save you, per unit per year. Use the Avg Price of Electricity by State sheet to estimate kWh costs in your state.
Using a patent on-demand seal plate, the Energy Smart® Wrappers save over 80% in energy costs over the old style units. Heat Seal performed an in store usage analysis to compare the savings. Heat Seal's report has been confirmed by Southern California Edison. Both reports are available below.