Mini 2V MAP Tray Sealer
When you need to package meals, sauces or any other foods containing liquids, you might think that vacuum packaging is out of the question. However, with the Mini 2V MAP Tray Sealer, it is possible to lock in all the freshness of vacuum packaging, even with the sauciest of dishes.
The Mini 2V Tray Sealer relies on MAP packaging technology (also known as “Modified Atmosphere Packaging”). What makes the Mini 2V MAP sealer special is that, unlike other tray sealing machine on the market, it makes sure that the filled food tray remains undisturbed throughout the vacuum, gas purge and sealing process so there is no chance of spillage where liquids are concerned.
In addition to state-of-the-art MAP packaging technology, the Mini 2V MAP Tray Sealer features a robust, stainless steel structure and an intuitive, useful operating system. The motherboard features a digital vacuum meter, letting you set the vacuum level by either percentage or time. The interface also allows gas injection/purge by either percentage or time. In addition, the user can set the sealing temperature/dwell.
For maximum versatility, the Mini 2V MAP Tray Sealer is designed to work with a wide range of tray sizes. As a result, you can add the convenience of vacuum packaging to various CPET trays. The unit’s capabilities allow you to seal a single tray measuring up to 21” x 12.75” x 4.0” or up to eight trays measuring 5.2” x 6.3” x 4.0”. Furthermore, if you use custom-sized CPET trays we will be pleased to manufacture a custom sealing frame to your needs.
While the Mini 2V MAP offers flexibility and sophisticated technology, it is designed to be simple and reliable. The basic procedure is the same, whatever your packaging needs: 1) Set the filled trays into the sealing frame 2) The operator either manually pulls the sealing film over the top of the tray or, conversely you may order the automatic film winder which positions the film automatically. 3) Lower the vacuum head into position, either manually or automatically (optional), and the process begins. 4) Once the predetermined vacuum/gas level has been reached, the seal is completed and the head re-opens.