Busch Machinery

Case Sealers

Case Sealers | Case Sealing Machines | Case Sealing Equipment

Case Sealing Equipment: Uniform Case Sealers are used in production environments where a run of the same sized cases is made, then changed over for the next sized box. Random case sealing machines are used primarily in order picking operations where the size of the box changes with every order, requiring a case sealer that can automatically adjust to different sizes on demand. An automatic case sealing machine folds all of the top flaps prior to sealing whereas a semi-automatic case sealer requires the operator to close the flaps prior to insertion into case sealer. After sealing the center line of the box another type of machine called an edge sealer can be added to tape the four edges of the box to make what is known as an “H” seal.

The overwhelming majority of our case sealer sales use tape to seal the boxes.  However other options such as stapling or hot melt gluing are also available.

Uniform Case Sealing Machines

Case sealing machines are manufactured in a variety of configurations suitable for your needs.  Uniform case sealers are the most commonly used on production lines since each case is the same size as the previous case. This case sealing equipment changes over very easily from one size to another in a matter of a couple minutes and is available in automatic and semi-automatic versions.

Semi-Automatic Case Sealers

Automatic Case Sealing Machinery

Edge Sealing Machine

Random Case Sealing Equipment

Random Case Sealers are ideal for order picking operations where the size of the case varies from case to case. These case sealers automatically adjust to the size of each case as it is presented. They are available in Semi-Automatic and Automatic versions.  Random case sealing equipment runs much slower and cost a lot more than Uniform case sealers because of the extra mechanisms that adjust the machine individually for each case.

EC-706A Random Edge Sealer for Cases
Used in Conjunction with Random Sealers above
to create a top and bottom “H” seal