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Standard-Knapp: Continuous-motion case sealer

Suitable for high-speed sealing of primed flap and re-shipper cases (RSC), the Model 199 continuous-motion case sealer from Standard-Knapp, uses a high-efficiency inline design for high speed, consistent sealing of up to 50 cases/min., whether close-coupled with a case packer discharge or installed as a stand-alone machine.
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Using a one-hose, four-gun, hot melt glue system, the Model 199 sealer glues and folds the top flaps into place. An on demand servo-controlled flap tucker ensures precise timing and a consistent glue pattern. A pneumatically-controlled flap tucker is also available for slower speeds. The Model 199’s one hose and four low-cavity glue guns ensure reliable gluing and virtually no-drip operation.

The Model 199 was designed with fewer moving parts to reduce downtime. The low maintenance design features a rust-proof stainless steel frame. A durable, well-tested compression section uses standard friction belt to easily handle lightweight cases and eliminates the need for side belts.

From the user-friendly HMI touch-screen control panel, to the easy entry for changeover or maintenance, to an in-feed glue pattern that can be changed with the simple push of a button, the Model 199 has been designed for ease of operation and maintenance. One operator can complete changeover in less than two minutes, with no tools or change parts needed. To eliminate guesswork, each changeover point is numbered, and corresponding settings are documented on a chart provided with the machine.

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