SealerOn™ Handheld Induction Sealing
When the consumer expects quality with the products they use, one of the first proofs of integrity is its seal. What makes for a good seal? It must be strong enough to prevent spillage of the product, sturdy enough to prevent tampering, reliable enough to provide tamper evidence (in the off chance that the seal is broken), and yet easily removable for the benefit of the consumer. One of the widely used ways of achieving this type of integrity and reliability is with induction sealing.
How to Seal Glass and Plastic Bottles
With induction, a minimal amount of energy is converted to heat in the foil; introduced by the induction heat sealing machine, where a sealing layer melts to fuse or bond with the plastic or glass container in contact with the seal. Although many types of products make use of induction sealing foils, there is still the challenge of packaging foods with high levels of fat or oils, as these prove to be more daunting than conventional ingredients. One also often finds these types of foodstuff packaged in glass as it is an inert alternative to other types of material, which all the more adds to the difficulty in achieving that necessary sealing for the product. Besides its inertness, it proves to be a superior medium, as glass is more impermeable to gas compared to plastic and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) containers.
The main issue with trying to seal in these oily or fatty ingredients is their interference with good adhesion during the induction sealing process. This is also brought about by the glass itself, which is a difficult substrate to adhere to due to its properties. In some circumstances, an oily or wet product will not seal well in the glass but will seal well in plastic. To maintain the quality. look, and feel of the product. the manufacturer can use a plastic container, use capless induction sealing, and then apply metal caps.
Capless Induction Sealing
With the SealerOn™ Handheld Induction Sealing, however, these challenges have met their match. With the machine capable of providing custom-made products to fit all of your induction sealing needs, even the most challenging tasks become a breeze—even the fatty and oily kind. NOTE: Subject to tests – (not all combinations will work).
The sealing process may be capless and lessening the burden on the manufacturer and the consumer. Besides this, it may be used with a variety of containers, including but not limited to, those used for food, cosmetics, inks, agricultural product storage, chemical products, and more. It also provides versatility with the number of product containers it can use, including PET, PS, PP, HDPE, acrylic, glass, ceramic, and more.
Capless Induction Product Application
The SealerOn™ Handheld opens you to a new world of possibilities with your product sealing needs and is your one-stop shop to surpass any conundrum that comes your way.