FREE 4 Spools of White Bag Closer Threads in box. Optional Boxes of 24 Six or Eight Ounce Cones under Recommended Accessories below.

For Closing Paper, Cotton, Polyester, Plastic, Vinyl, Canvas, Jute, Burlap, Coffee, and Synthetic Fabric and Material Bags and Factory or Production Lines. Also for Banners, Tarps, Covers, Prefolded Hems.

Ideal for binding and closing bags for agricultural products, animal feeds, fertilizer, flour, chemicals, etc. For kraft paper, cotton, hessian, jute, pp/pe woven cloth, synthetic fabric, and other bag materials. May need to spray 100% silicone on thread spool to lessen thread and needle resistance in dense materials, which can cause heat build up, skipping, shredding or breaking thread.

Portable Bag Closer CS-26-1A is an electric industrial sewing machine for bags, clothes, geotextiles.

  • Single thread chain stitch
  • Automatic thread cutting trimming device
  • Safety plastic handle for insulation
  • Oil pump lubrication system, oil lines direct to main moving elements
  • It is of Industrial craftsmanship.
  • The shell of the machine is made of aluminum alloy and the main parts are fine alloy steel
  • Safety plastic handle for insulation

    Note: The presser foot lift can be increased by adjusting the height of the presser bar, but no more than 6.5mm. Wang, Gemsy

    Return for Service Instructions: "The customer can return the machine to Gemsy Sewing Machines, Inc. 7335 NW 54th Street, Maimi FL 33166 for repair. Service charge + Parts + return ground shipping cost = $60.00USD. If the customer returns the machine to us for repair, please put order number on shipping lable and inform us tracking number." Gemsy. 11/19/2014
  • US Warranty 90 Days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Specifications
  • Speed: 5 to 8 seconds per bag, 10 bags per minute, or 1250 SPM.
  • Stitch length: 7
  • 8.5mm.
  • Needle: DNx1 - #25
  • Weight: 5.3 kg (14 pounds) with thread
  • Stitch length: 8.5mm(3 per inch)fixed
  • Type of needle: DN×1 #25 DN×1-#25
  • Net weight: 5.3Kg(12lbs)with thread
  • Power source: 90w,50/60Hz,110V
  • Single thread chain stitch
  • Safe plastic handle
  • Alloy aluminum die-casting shell
  • Auto line-cut set
  • Seal motor
  • Steel cam
  • Easy operation
  • Seal paper, plastic, gunny bag
  • Voltage: 220V/110V (please contact us for the 220V option)
  • Packing: Standard Export Carton
  • Meas.: 37x27x37cm
  • G.W./N.W.: 7/6KGS





    How to Thread a Bag Closer Machine
Included Accessories
  • Screw Driver
  • Needles (Approximately 10)
  • Wrench
  • Oil
  • Belt
  • Instruction Manual
  • Parts List
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icon Today we have received the 10oz materials and tested on our machine CS-26-1A, the machine can do the job as the pictures attached, please check. Thanks. Wang, Gemsy 4/13

Our customer has advised that the bag closure machine arrived with oil spilled all over it and packaging. Even the spool of thread is soaked with oil. I called the customer and he thinks the oil came from the machine. He stated the box has oil on it as if it has been sitting in the oil for a while.
Please advise what needs to be done to correct this problem.

from Wang at Gemsy--I believe the condition of customer mentioned oil spilled over the pakaging is true, we have checked our stock here in Miami FL that some of this kind of Bag Closer machines have this kind of issue. But this oil spilled is coming direct from oiling the inside and outside moving parts of the machine like needle bar lubricated by hand on quality control testing before ex-factory packing.
For a new machine, the oil pump (reservoir) is empty, and do not have an oil tank for this kind of sewing machines to hold the oil. So if we put too much oil by hand for new machine testing and packing soon before the oil can be cleaned up from some outside moving parts, the "spilled" happen, we are sorry about this and will clean up the testing oil before packing later on.
On page 2 of instruction manual of this machine preparation for start: "Oiling is imperative to keep the machine in good operating condition. Pour oil in the reservoir (capacity 45cc) to begin the flow of oil to the machine, push the button of the lubricator ten times continuously before starting the machine. This should dispense enough oil for an average running of four hours under normal operating conditions. Do not run the machine without oil as it could cause a machine failure or break down."
But also do not push the button of oil pump over 10 times each time to avoid the oil spill over, see the needle bar outside can be oil lubricated is also ok. Wang at Gemsy

I'm in need of a new handheld sewing machine for our feed store. I'm considering the Rex RX261 and the Gemsy GK-26-1A machines. Of the two can you recommend one over the other as far as quality, durability, easy of use etc. Our needs will be to sew up filled paper bags of livestock feed as well as bags made from burlap. Scott M, Del Rio TX.
Scott, I used to work in a Purnina feed mill so know your concerns. Back then it was only Fischbein bag closers which were and still are the most expensive. The market has changed to China manufacturing at much lower initial cost, repair and replacement. Most of the bag closers we now sell are made in China and all look and sew the same, so I don't think there is any quality difference, only price differences depending on brands and distribution. The Gemsy GK-26-1A is our most popular because of the price, availability of needles and thread, and low repair* or replacement costs below. Hope this information helps. Let me know if you have any questions. John Douthat, Owner Tech, AllBrands.com
John,That’s exactly what I needed to know. We have a very old Fischbein that for some reason isn’t working right anymore. I’m sure it could be fixed but to send it off to be repaired would probably cost more than the Gemsy. So I think I’ll just order one of those through your web site. Thanks for the info. Scott M, Del Rio TX

Scott M, Del Rio TX
Scott, I used to work in a Purnina feed mill so know your concerns. Back then it was only Fischbein bag closers which were and still are the most expensive. The market has changed to China manufacturing at much lower initial cost, repair and replacement. Most of the bag closers we now sell are made in China and all look and sew the same, so I don't think there is any quality difference, only price differences depending on brands and distribution. The Gemsy GK-26-1A is our most popular because of the price, availability of needles and thread, and low repair* or replacement costs below. Hope this information helps. Let me know if you have any questions. John Douthat, Owner Tech, AllBrands.com John,That’s exactly what I needed to know. We have a very old Fischbein that for some reason isn’t working right anymore. I’m sure it could be fixed but to send it off to be repaired would probably cost more than the Gemsy. So I think I’ll just order one of those through your web site. Thanks for the info. Scott M, Del Rio TX

Charlie, North Carolina
This is a very good product and a great value. I'll continue to purchase more.