This heat seal blister technology consists simply of a single piece of board and a blister, and is therefore very economical to produce. The board is coated with a layer of our proven, environmentally friendly, water-based HS9000 series seal coating. After adding a product, the blister can be bonded directly to one side of the card using heat and pressure. Depending on the market in which they are used, the blisters are typically made of PET or PVC.
A range from very simple to highly automated heat seal blister packaging equipment is available to support the packaging process.
Note from the MD:
In many cases, when problems arise with heat seal blister cards, customers are left to fend for themselves. For example, if cards and blisters fail to seal properly and fall apart after some shelf time, there is often a lot of finger pointing, with no one taking responsibility. Blister manufacturers fault the printer, the printer blames the assembly process and on and on. Some blister machine manufacturers even publish a disclaimer that if the blisters and cards are not of good quality, then the functioning of the machine cannot be warranted.
You will never have this experience with Ecobliss! We know how it all works. We know all about blisters, blister machines and how to produce excellent blister cards. Each production batch of cards is released only after a strict testing procedure. Ecobliss warrants the quality of their blister cards, and supports the customer in getting their production running smoothly.
Ron Linssen, Managing Director