Packagers who Achieve a Perfect Seal understand the core principles of induction sealing (heat, pressure & time); ensure materials are compatible (caps, liners, bottles & products), and define the cap sealing operating window that is best for their application.
PREVENT LEAKS, PROVIDE TAMPER EVIDENCE, & PRESERVE FRESHNESS
LEARN HOW INDUCTION CAP SEALERS CREATE HERMETIC SEALS
FIND OUT HOW CAPS, LINERS & CONTAINERS INTERACT
DISCOVER HOW AN OPERATING WINDOW OPTIMIZES SUCCESS
SEE CAP SEALER TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
Is the sealer on?
Is there a liner in the cap?
• Cap Torque
• Line Speed
• Power Level
• Sealing Head Gap
Material Change Causes
Low Application torque
Output too low/line speed too high
Caps not centered under sealing head
Caps cocked or cross threaded
Sealing head not level with conveyer
Saddle or ridge in land area
Liner/Container compatibility issue
Caps bottom out on shoulder of container
Too much sealing power
• Sealing output too high
• Line speed too low