It doesn’t matter how great your product is if packaging isn’t sealed correctly. This is why many manufacturers turn to an induction cap sealer.
An induction sealer uses a coil to emit a strong electromagnetic field that generates eddy currents in the aluminum foil liner of the inner-seal. This heats up the wax layer to bond with the extreme opening of the cap.
Tamper evident seals are an important tool for ensuring the safety and integrity of packaged products. They discourage product tampering by alerting customers when a package has been opened or altered. They also help prevent food spoilage and fraud.
These security seals are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to meet your specific needs. They can be self-adhesive, snap or bolt-on. It is important to consider the level of security you require, as some industries have regulations that call for high-security ISO certified seals.
Delivery tamper-evident seals are one of the best ways to ensure the safety and quality of your packaged food items during transit. These seals are designed to break apart easily when tampered with, leaving behind a clear indication that the product has been tampered with. They can be applied to any container or package. These seals are ideal for packaging food, cosmetics and other personal care items.
Enhancing Safety and Freshness in Food with Induction Cap Sealers
In the food industry, there are many things to keep in mind when it comes to safety and freshness.
Packaging plays a significant role in all of this and ensures that foods remain fresh from production to consumption or sale.
Induction cap sealers use non-contact heating to create a hermetic seal on the mouths of bottles and containers. When a bottle is capped, it is passed under an induction coil that heats the aluminum foil liner within the cap. This result in a secure, leak proof and tamper evident seal that can be customized to include logos or branding elements.
Bhagwati Labeling offers the Super Seal Touch continuous induction cap sealing machine that is ideal for packagers who need more power, advanced features, and higher production speeds than previous air-cooled systems. Its hermetic induction seal prevents leaking, provides tamper evidence, and extends product shelf life. This system is also capable of adding a label to the cap that displays ingredients, manufacturing dates, and more.
Safeguarding Freshness and Preventing Leakage in Packaging
If your packages are not sealed tightly enough, they can be subjected to air and moisture damage. This can wreak havoc on the product and shorten its shelf-life. This is why manufacturers rely on hermetic induction seals to prevent leaking and preserve freshness.
Induction Cap Sealers use a non-contact heating process that creates a hermetic seal on the container’s cap. They are versatile and work with a wide variety of caps. They are a good choice for food, drug, and chemical industries.
The heating head in an induction machine generates an electromagnetic field that heats the foil liner without contact. The melted under-coating bonds with the cap lip to form a hermetic seal. Some liners have a foam or pulp board layer that remains inside the cap to provide improved resealing.
These systems are fast and easy to operate, allowing production lines to keep up with demand. They also require minimal maintenance to continue working effectively.
Induction Seals: Ensuring Protection and Product Integrity
Induction seals provide a hermetic seal that protects bottles and jars from leakage, tampering, and other damage. They also help extend the shelf life of food products. Induction Cap Sealing Machines utilize electromagnetic induction to transfer energy to an aluminum foil liner, causing it to melt and bond with the bottle’s cap.
The induction process works without anyone ever touching the package, so it can be used for any type of container, including plastic or glass containers. The foil inner seal lays flat between the lid and the cap, and the pressure of the capped bottle and the heat from the induction process fuse it to the cap opening.
When a product is sealed with an induction seal, it’s not possible for anyone to open it without destroying the seal. This powerful pilferage protection helps deter theft of products from retail stores, and it gives consumers confidence that they’re buying a genuine product. It also prevents leaks during transport from the manufacturing plant to a store, or from a store to a consumer’s home.