Induction Sealers

Written by Sierra Rein
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Countless food, drug, chemical, beverage and petroleum product manufacturers utilize induction sealers in their packaging process. Induction cap seals are safe and ensure freshness to any product. They also prevent breaks and leaks that can spoil food, endanger customers with toxic fumes, and costly production errors down the line.

The idea behind these sealers is to use electromagnetic radiation to put a tamper-proof seal to the mouth of the bottle under the cap. Some machines use aluminum foil as a medium to do this, while others utilize a high-density polyurethane foam instead. Once the inner foil or foam is broken through an outside force, the customer will know it has been tampered with before she buys it.

This is particularly important for pharmaceutical and drug companies who need to hold their products up to high foolproof customer demands. Luckily most induction sealers can process cap sizes between 28 cm³ and 75 mm at speeds from 40 to 120 bottles per minute. Each induction sealer can be independent of any other machine, or become linked to a long assembly line of fillers, counter, lidders and cappers.

Induction Sealers Allow International Distribution

Any large business must consider economic marketplace growth into the international spectrum. However, many import laws require that a tamper-proof seal be locked on all food, chemical and petroleum products to ensure that they have not been opened and affected during transportation from the manufacturer. It is thus an extremely good move for even a smaller company to purchase induction sealers, as they may aid in broadening the company's marketplace horizons and lead to a more productive future.


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