Induction sealers seal an aluminum laminated liner to the top (bunghole) of plastic containers and/or glass containers with flat threaded caps. This lining consists of several layers of materials typically one metallic layer over a thermoplastic layer. When the container is positioned next to an active induction head, one or more induction coils excite the metallic molecules of the metallic layer. This ultrahigh frequency vibration causes the metal layer to heat up, which in turn melts the thermoplastic layer of the lining causing it to fuse to the top of the container. This seal is hermetic and impermeable to gases. In effect the lining becomes part of the container. From this point on nothing enters or exits the container until the lining is punctured. For this reason induction sealers are used widely thought many industries. The process is extremely simple, and can be accurately repeated time after time.
Advantages of Using Induction Sealer Systems:
Protection from the elements and airborne pollutants
Keeps humidity levels stable
No product leakage
Extended shelf life
Improved product perception & excellent appearance
Seals product aroma
Seals in flavors
Keeps out odors
Seal Containers with Barrier Laminations
Extremely easy to operate.
Machine Inserts into customer packaging line.
Production speed depends on customer system speed
Simple to use with minimal operator training.
Rolling casters and adjustable height feet. (Approx. Range: 2 Inch)
Quick adjust container size system (Tool-less adjustment)
Forced air cooling system
Stainless steel construction
Machine status strobe display