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Pizza Capper | Pizza Capper

Product Overview

The pizza capper is designed to protect fresh pizzas with shrink stretch film 'capping' the top of the product. The pizza capper/deli wrapper is complemented by a perforated film dispenser, which helps dispense the pizza capping film for application on the pizza.  Use a pizza capper to keep the toppings on fresh take and bake pizzas.  The pizza capper can be used to preserve, store, and display deli trays.  This new design replaces old model PW-18.

  • 12 Hour Timer for Energy Saving
  • Thermostatically Controlled Heating Element Provides Constant, Evenly Distributed Heat
  • Light Weight Aluminum Construction and Inner Liner System Prevents Heat Build Up on Outside Perimeter
  • Removable Heating Element Allows for Easy Wipe Down Cleaning
  • Removable Stainless Steel Crumb Tray for Easy Cleaning
  • Adjustable Height Platform for Different Sized Pizzas
  • 6 Inch Platform Disc Accommodates Pizzas Up to 13 Inches in Diameter
  • Pizza Fork included to Safely Remove Finished Product
  • Large Sturdy Rubber Feet

Machine Specs & Options

POWER REQUIREMENTS 115 Volts, 11 Amps, 1250 Watts
WEIGHT 15 lbs. (9 kg)

  • 11" Platform Disc and Fork Available for Large Pizzas Up to 18" Diameter
  • Model 83-1: Single Roll Capacity ico_question
  • Model 83-2: Two Roll Capacity ico_question
  • Model 83-3: Three Roll Capacity ico_question


  • Pizza Capper PC-1318

    Heat Seal's Pizza Capper the PC-1318, caps take and bake pizzas up to 18 inches.  With removable crumb tray and pizza fork, Heat Seal's Pizza Capper is safe and easy to clean.

General Questions

Pizza Capper Operating Manual

Find the Pizza Capper operating and capping instructions, as well as cleaning info here.

Pizza Capper Film Sizing Guide

For help selecting the correct film size, see the pdf below.