Induction sealing

Friday, 22 April, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.splattengineering.com.au/


Enercon has released technologies for induction sealing. Both rotary and indexing capless sealing systems are suitable for efficiently sealing containers without caps or before lidding or over-capping.

With advancements in coil design, it is now possible to seal round, non-round, square, rectangular, oblong, metal, glass and plastic containers using the capless systems. Induction sealing providesckagers with an alternative to conduction systems.

Benefits include 'instant start-up', clean operation and a technology that is more forgiving of container imperfections and variations. Induction sealing operates at 1/10th the power required by conction sealing. Super Seal Deluxe has also been released. This is an all-in-one sealing head that maximises sealing and reduces changeover time.

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