This machine is a Single Rotary Head Capless Induction Sealer. With this machine, the jars are first filled, and then the Capless Induction Sealing Process takes place. Finally, a cap is applied on the product, which may be metal or metalized.
With high end products, a high end glass package can be achieved with tamper evidence along with a moisture and oxygen barrier. This allows the product to have close to zero transmission rates.
How is Capless Induction Sealing done?
Pre-cut induction sealing materials are loaded into a single magazine above the rotating induction sealing head(s). An induction seal is then transferred onto the induction sealing head and applied to the top sealing surface of the Product. Each induction sealing cycle lasting merely 0.2 to 0.4 seconds can already seal the product in, while introducing only minimal heat energy.
Key Benefits of Capless Induction Sealing
- 100% visual inspection of the seal is possible.
- More pressure can be applied at the time of sealing, resulting in a much better and more even contact during the induction sealing cycle.
- For single use containers, capless induction sealing can eliminate the need for multi-layer cap lining or even eliminate the need for a cap.
- For containers with metal or metalized plastic caps, tamper evidence can still be achieved along with a moisutre and oxygen barrier with close to zero transmission rates.
- Size Change Tools are relatively simple to fit and inexpensive.
- Promotions can be added onto the foil prior to placing the cap on the jar so consumers can participate in promotions when they open your product.
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