One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verb[with object]often as adjective heat-sealed
Fasten or close (something) securely by applying heat to melt or glue an opening.‘the insulated bag features heat-sealed and leakproof interior linings’
- ‘Labels can be inserted into small polythene sachets, which can be pressure or heat sealed.’
- ‘They're filled with Dots, heat sealed, and packed 50 to a carton.’
- ‘The feeder is designed to heat seal decorations, labels, flock transfers, appliques, and emblems.’
- ‘It features a triple heat-sealed headphone jack.’
- ‘The heat-sealed fabric envelope was restrained by a net made of 3,500 meters of rope specially prepared by professional riggers and secured by 1,200 knots.’
- ‘The fabric was heat sealed down onto the fragile silk, and the edges of each patch were neatly tucked under the velvet ribbon.’
- ‘The waxed paper wrapper is heat sealed and then cooled, prior to being discharged onto a conveyor.’
- ‘The bags are eventually separated off from the system by heat sealing the filling lines.’
- ‘It comes in a clear heat-sealed pack designed to hang on a hook at the store, showing off exactly what you're getting.’
- ‘They can be heat sealed, solvent bonded, or ultrasonically welded to other PVC parts.’
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