Examples of Proper Application: Sews paper & poly woven open mouth bags at low speeds
- Closes up to 4 bags per minute
- Bag types: paper & poly woven open mouth bags
- Control air requirement – no compressed air is needed
Sews paper, poly woven & laminated open mouth bags with a plain stitch at up to 10 bags per minute. The SEW10 is a pedestal mounted bag sewing system intended for manual applications. It’s easy to operate and delivers great performance at speeds twice that of handheld portable bag closers. The SEW10 can be supplied with Fischbein, Newlong Industrial or Union Special sewing heads and power infeeds.
This machine sews paper, poly woven & laminated open mouth bags with a plain stitch at up to 20 bags per minute. Model SEW20 is a pedestal mounted bag sewing system intended for manual and automatic applications. It can be supplied with Fischbein, Newlong Industrial or Union Special sewing heads and power infeeds.
Our portable industrial sewing machine delivers the quality, durability and productivity you expect from Newlong. Weighing just 13 pounds with thread, this lightweight portable sewing system closes bags quickly and securely. Bag types it supports include multi-wall paper, cotton, jute, woven and laminated woven polypropylene.
Industrial Bag Sewing Machine Basics
What is an Industrial Bag Sewing Machine?
An industrial bag sewing machine is an essential component in the production line. It automates bag closing thus reducing spillage or leakage and also ensures uniformity of finished packaging.
Industrial Bag Stitching Features
Bag closing thread and sticking is often made of high tenacity polyester, polypropylene, cotton, poly cotton or nylon. Industrial bag sewing equipment typically uses ISO #101 or #401 chain stitch to close bags. A #101 stitch is single thread. A needle passes through the bag inter-looping with itself on the seam’s underside. #401 stitches are dual thread. One needle thread (red) passes through the material and inter-loops with a single looper thread (blue).
Bag Sewing vs Bag Sealing Machines
The most significant difference between these equipment types are the methods they use to secure bags. Bag sewing machines stitch them closed with industrial-strength thread. In contrast, bag sealers employ heating glue and fold over flaps to complete packaging. Answer these questions to help determine if you need a bag sewing or sealing machine:
– What type of product is being bagged and what is the closure method to be used?
– What are the bag throughput requirements?
– What degree of automation must be applied to meet these needs?
Choice Bagging Offers Heavy-Duty Handheld Sewing Machines
Handheld bag sewing machines are ideal for low volumes (4-8 bags/minute), or when a fixed sewing head is unsuitable. Mounted on pedestals or conveyors, fixed, large, sewing heads support high volume bag closing applications (6-20 per minute). Plain sew and crepe tape models come in dual thread configurations.
Do You Have Questions About Bag Sewing Machine Systems?
Protect your product and simplify manufacturing and sealing by learning more about bag sewing machine systems today. For more information or help with the right sewing or sealing machine or for service, Contact Choice Bagging Equipment.