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Generic Teflon Heat Strip

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Generic Teflon heat strip

This is a generic type replacement Teflon heat strip for your vacuum sealer, this means it will fit a wide range of models that have a Teflon heat strip 10 mm wide and less than 350 mm long. This would include most of your domestic food vacuum sealers. The generic Teflon heat strip is suitable for the Unika model vacuum sealers.
This Generic Heat Strip is 10 mm wide and 350 mm long, but it can be cut as required to the length that suits.

It is suitable for most domestic bench top external bag food vacuum sealers that are single seal and maximum heat strip length is 350 mm

Note: It is suitable for any of the Unika food vacuum sealers 

We also have 13 mm, 19 mm, 25 mm and 50 mm wide x 400mm long Teflon heat strip

Please contact us with the width and length required for a quote if you need different to what is listed.  

Installing the generic heat strip

  • Peel away the old Teflon heat strip. Do not damage the wire underneath.
  • Clean the area and do not disturb the wire.
  • Cut the new Teflon heat strip to length.
  • Peel the backing off the new heat strip and stick it in place.
  • Or pull it off the roll I have put it on.
  • Run your finger the new heat strip to ensure it is in place and there are no imperfections along it.

The generic heat strip

This generic type heat strip can easily fit many other models of domestic vacuum sealers on the market. If you are unsure please contact us with the width of the strip and the length. It is essential to have a heat strip on your vacuum sealer as if it is not, you will melt through the bag. It will also need to be in good condition, or it may affect certain parts of the seal.

To check the generic heat strip seal.

Firstly, it is important to use a good quality roll film or bags as poor quality will not seal properly any way. Do a seal on the end of a piece of roll film. The seal should be clear and the same all the way and no imperfections in it. If there is a fault in the seal then do another seal below or above the first one. If the imperfection is in the same place each time, then the Teflon strip is damaged in that spot. The Teflon heat strip will need replacing.