“The know-how of Comexi, in general, and the technical characteristics of this laminator in particular, are ideal in carrying out our work specifications,” says Laurent Bisson, manager of Seala, who adds that “the customization of the SL2 was decisive in the decision-making process. Several design modifications have been made and additional options have been added, allowing for it to be successful on a very large range of materials and weights."
The acquisition of the Comexi SL2 laminator increases Seala's production capacity and widens its business segment. The bonding process, based on solvent-free polyurethane adhesive, will enable the company to laminate duplex or triplex plastics and paper structures. Owing to this operation, Seala can "position itself in food markets such as sandwich bar, take-out drinks, frozen foods, as well as implement ‘innovative eco-designs ́, which will become increasingly more important in the coming years," adds Bisson.
Seala, located in La Couronne (Charente) for over 40 years, supplies printers and paperboard manufacturers throughout France. Its laminations are visible in the food world and on product boxes throughout the cosmetic industry, including major brands such as Dior or Chanel, for which Seala has been a supplier for many years.
The Comexi SL2 design, due to its easy use ability and state-of-the-art controls, is the ideal short- and medium-run laminator for a wide variety of materials, as well as being the perfect solution for solventless lamination, the supplier says. This machine has been designed to comply with productivity concepts and simplicity of operation. The Comexi SL2 has an exclusive applicator head design, consisting of complete motorization, the use of metering sleeves, the option of incorporating automatic change turrets, and possesses an extremely intuitive environmental nuance.
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