Econoseal Reverse Triseal Tray Former

Econoseal Reverse Triseal Tray Cartoner

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Reliable, Economic, Compact 3-flap Glue Sealer

The Econoseal Reverse Triseal tray cartoner is a versatile, economic, compact 3-flap glue sealer that is engineered for simplicity, durability, and reliability. The Reverse Triseal accepts all conventional 3-flap style cartons either lock or glue-formed. Hooded cover styles may be handled as an option. This machine is available with cold glue or hot melt sealing.

The Reverse Triseal is designed for reliable operation without the need for extensive operator training.

The hot melt gluing system is designed for coated board and also minimizes compression time required for sealing. This nonpressurized, open pot, dauber glue system eliminates clogging. Electric power is required for the glue pot heaters.


Speed: Up to 1,800 cartons per hour
Accepts all conventional 3-flap style cartons either lock or glue-formed
Cold glue or hot melt sealing
Reliable operation
No need for extensive operator training
glue system eliminates clogging

Carton Size Range

Min: 3" x .75" x .75" (76 x 19 x 19mm)
Max: 12" x 12" x 4" (305 x 305 x 102mm)


Hand crank lateral adjustment reduces carton changeover to minutes
Air operated delivery chute removes uppermost sealed carton from the compression section and returns it to a convenient working level or to a take-a-away conveyor for case packing
Deboss, ink and hot leaf coding systems are available for installation on Reverse Triseal equipment to meet your specific requirements
Choke feeding conveys filled cartons into gluing position, activates auto cycle and starts glue cycle
Flighted infeed conveys filled cartons to a right angle transfer station where an air activated cylinder positively transfers the carton into the Reverse Triseal where it is glued automatically


Electrical: 220 volts, 50/60 Hz, Single phase, 2,100 watt hot melt system
Air: 60 psi (4 bar), approximately .025 cubic feet (.7 liters) per cycle
Weight: Approximately 300 lbs (140 kg)