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Our Sealing Devices.
For your packaging process.

Protect your instruments from re-contamination: Learn more about reliably packaging instruments with a bar or rotary sealer.

Unsure about your choice? You can find our sealing device product finder here!

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MELAseal 300

The compact rotary sealer with large Smart-Touch display not only fits into any reprocessing line, but also into any volume of instruments.

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MELAseal Pro

Maximum efficiency without compromise: The rotary sealer packs a large number of instruments in the shortest possible time.

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MELAseal 200

The reinvention of the sealing device combines the advantages of a compact bar sealer with the documentation of a rotary sealer.

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MELAseal 100+

More than basic: The compact bar sealer convinces with reliability in the packaging process.



Tear-resistant, wrinkle-resistant and convenient to open: Our film packaging as roll or bag is the perfect match for MELAG sealing devices!



Maximum safety, Minimum costs: With our test procedures, the required control of sealing devices is carried out quickly and cost-effectively.


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With our product finder, you can find the right sealing device for your practice in a flash.

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How to wrap instruments using a sealing device

Surgical instruments are sterilized wrapped after cleaning and disinfection. Please note the following requirements of EN ISO 11607 when packaging individual instruments with a sealing device: Fill the foil packaging to a maximum of 75 %, Minimum distance of 3 cm between seal seam and instrument, Minimum width of the seal seam of 6 mm, The overlap behind the seal seam of at least 1 cm, When opening, observe the peel direction of the film packaging

Functionality of sealing devices

Rotary sealers vs. bar sealers

The MELAseal Pro rotary sealer and the MELAseal 200 bar sealer fulfil the most-demanding requirements placed on reliability and efficiency. Both sealing devices produce safe seal seams. The sealing devices are validatable and provide legally-compliant documentation of the process-relevant sealing parameters pressure, temperature and time. The difference between them lies in the number of instruments to be wrapped.

Bar Sealing Device

Compact bar sealers are an affordable solution for wrapping single instruments. The intuitive operation of the bar sealers produce reliable seal seams which comply with international standards. The integrated cutting knife and the roll dispenser make the MELAseal 200 and MELAseal 100+ the ideal sealing devices with low setup space requirements.

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Rotary Sealer

A rotary sealer is the ideal solution for an increased volume of instruments to be wrapped. The automatic feed of the film packaging ensures efficient workflows.

MELAseal Pro also offers the advantage of a grooved seal seam with a width of 14 mm. The nature of the seal seam guarantees maximum safety during sterile storage as well as particular convenience when opening the film packaging.

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Routine Testing

Checking the seal seams in practice and clinic

A reliable seal seam can only be guaranteed if the parameters sealing temperature, sealing duration and sealing pressure are fulfilled. Regular tests verify the quality of the seal seam in practice and clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Conclusion: Sealing device for packaging instruments

In medical and dental practices, the sterilization of medical instruments plays a central role in ensuring safe and infection-free treatment. Sealing devices are crucial for maintaining the sterility of medical instruments by sealing them airtight in special sterilization pouches. This protects the instruments from contamination by bacteria, viruses and other harmful microorganisms until their next use.

A sealing device typically uses heat to fuse the edges of the sterilization pouches and create a tight seal. The operation of the device is simple and only requires inserting the pouch into the device, setting the required temperature and pressure, and starting the sealing process. Modern sealing devices often offer adjustable parameters that allow the sealing conditions to be optimally adapted to the type of material and thickness of the bag.

To ensure consistent performance and reliability, modern sealing devices monitor the relevant process parameters and document them on a data carrier. In addition, tests such as the peel test and seal check should be carried out regularly to ensure that the seal complies with medical standards. Such tests help to identify and rectify any defects in the sealing process at an early stage.

The selection of the appropriate sealing device depends on several factors, including the type of instruments to be sealed, the quantity of pouches to be processed daily and the specific requirements of the practice. Various types of sealers are used in medical facilities, particularly bar sealers and rotary sealers, which differ in their operation and application.

Bar sealers, also known as impulse sealers, use a sealing bar with an integrated heating wire that heats up when switched on. They are ideal for practices with lower sealing requirements, as they produce each seal individually. These devices are easy to operate and require less energy due to the short heating phases.

In contrast, rotary sealers are designed for higher throughput rates. They have a conveyor belt that automatically transports the pouches to be sealed through the machine, making them an efficient and time-saving solution for facilities with high volumes of instruments to be sealed. Due to their continuous operation, rotary sealers are ideal for larger clinics or dental practices that require fast and continuous processing.

High-quality sealers offer adjustable temperature and pressure settings that allow customization to different materials and pouch sizes.