Manual Bubble Tea Cup Sealer Introduction
Manual bubble tea cup sealer is used for sealing the cups of beverage, boba milk tea, ice and hot coffee, milk, and etc. It’s operated by manual. All the steps of the sealing are completed by hand. It can seal any kind of plastic or paper container as long as the diameter of the container is the same. This sealing machine has newly design, small volume, it’s very convenient. It can seal as many as 300-500 cups/hour.
Manual Bubble Tea Cup Sealer Features
▷Elegant shape, the appearance is very attractive, it can catch people’s eyes at the first sight.
▷Products with the highest performance, good quality.
▷Easy to operate and maintain.
▷Low-cost investment, competitive price.
▷Small in size and light in weight.
▷Stainless steel roller for precise film transferring.
Manual Bubble Tea Cup Sealer Application
This sealing machine is suitable for a beverage of pearl milk tea, bubble black tea, soybean milk, soup of lunch box, water cup, etc. It is widely used for small bakery, confectionery, beverage factory, catering outlets, fast food restaurant, and western restaurant.
Working Video of Manual Cup Sealer Machine
How to Seal the Cups by Hand
1. Simply put the cup in the tray and push it in.
2. Align the Roller Film with Black Indicator and pull down the handle.
3. Pull the tray out and the cup will pop up by the bottom plate.
4. Take the cup out of the tray and seal the next cup.
Manual Bubble Tea Cup Sealer Structures
Bubble Tea Broad Market
Bubble tea is a drink that’s fun to eat! Recently, bubble tea has moved beyond their roots in the predominately Asian suburbs and gained in popularity across the United States. Especially popular with young adults in larger U.S. west coast cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, and in the Canadian cities of Vancouver and Toronto. The Hawaiian Islands and New York City are also accepting this drink craze. So bubble tea sealing machine has a broad market in the world.
What is Bubble Tea?
Bubble Tea is a kind of sweat soft drink with non-alcoholic and non-carbonated. It has less sugar than a typical soft drink. The drink is usually a mix of tea, milk, sugar, and giant black tapioca balls. The “bubble” refers to the foam created by shaking the freshly brewed tea with ice (the drink must always be shaken and not stirred)