Checks, Forms, & Direct Mail
Pressure seal is the most efficient way to produce mail-ready checks and forms without the need for an envelope. Through a unique folding and sealing process, a pressure sealer converts documents into self mailers. The whole process requires less parts, labor, and lead time to reach the mail stream. Pressure Seal checks and forms are secure and confidential making them a great fit for a variety of applications.
Examples of documents you can mail using pressure seal forms:
- Utility bills
- Medical bills
- Tax forms (W-2, 1099, ACA)
- PIN information
- Integrated Cards/Labels
- Direct Mail
How Does Pressure Seal Work?
First, pressure seal checks are imaged with a laser printer and compatible software. Next, the stub checks are loaded into a pressure sealer feed system (High volume systems run with a laser printer inline to a pressure sealer). During the folding process, the sealer machine aligns patterns of cohesive along the edges of the form. When the folded form passes through a series of sealing rollers that apply pressure, the cohesive is activated, creating a seal. The final product is a sealed mailer that is opened by tearing along the perforations.
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Pressure Seal Forms
Browse pre-finished pressure seal forms size, weight, color, check position, and other options. Popular options include integrated cards, labels, windows, and 2-way return envelopes. Common applications are invoices, notices, ID Cards, Labels, & Tax Forms.
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Pressure Seal Checks
Get the enhanced security of a laser check without the need for an envelope. Our pressure seal checks reduce parts and manual labor required for producing payroll checks, A/P checks, rebate checks & more.
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Pressure Seal Machines
Pressure sealers fold and seal documents at low to high processing speeds. Low-volume desktop sealers are best for jobs less than 5k forms per day and high volume sealers can process 50k or more forms per day.
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Pressure Seal FAQs
What is Pressure Seal?
How is a pressure seal form sealed?
Why is pressure seal glue called cohesive and not adhesive?
What makes a good Pressure Seal Form?
Are there any special handling issues for Pressure Seal forms before or after imaging?
Can any paper be used on Pressure Seal applications?
Why are there so many different pressure seal patterns?
What is the shelf life of the finished form?
How can I justify a Pressure Seal system?
- Faster output of finished mail
- Cost/Availability of traditional envelopes
- Inserter lines are slow and more expensive than sealers
- Conversion Costs
Which machine is the best fit for my application?
Work with a Pressure Seal Expert
CheckSeal has over 30 years experience providing pressure seal checks, forms, machines, & custom solutions for clients nationwide. Whether you’re looking for a complete pressure seal system or want to outsource your mailings, we have the right solution for you.